For over a year and a half I dated an amazing women the only problem is she was an alcoholic. She abused, cheated and hurt me in every way, shape or form. I was so head over heels in love with her. One day in October our relationship took a huge turn. I bumped into an ex of mine before I admitted I was gay and we became friends. What I didn't realize is he viewed us as more than friends. Needless to say I lost the love of my life Jenn and now she is sober and is the amazing person she always was when she was sober. Now I have this guy that I am now supposed to marry and I know deep down inside I do love him but not romantically I am just marrying him to help me move on and so then that way I don't have to be alone I am not quite sure what to do I know I am getting married for all the wrong reasons but still I dont want to be alone and I can never get Jenn back any advice?
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