I have been dating this man for 8 months. He cares deeply for me and I care about him. I started dating him only one month after my husband divorced me after 27 years of marriage. I seem to have big problems with close relationships whether romatically or family. I love and need this man, but I am terribly afraid of making a huge mistake. He is a Christian and so am I but they are different denominations. He is going to church at my denomination right now because he loves me and wants to be with me. He has lots of health problems and gets divorced but he is not bipolar. I really need to know whether to continue this relationship or end it. I don't want to but I think about him a lot and feel like I get too distracted from work stuff, etc. I do not want to move in with him because of faith and family but I do not want to marry him because I am afraid of the consequences. I need advice on this subject. I get so confused and I don't think my family likes him because of his health problems and he is not very financially well off. Any comments, suggestions. I have tremendous problems in personal relationships and have printed out some stuff for him to read on the subject, but I am still afraid and have trouble with moving on in my life. Please tell me what you think. Thanks
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