He's very well off has a really good job and earns quite a lot of money, in my case my family really doesn't have a lot and I can't really get the things I want.
I admit that I do find him attractive and the way he treats me and the way he talks to me, I love it as well.
Is it wrong for me to date him? He knows that I don't really love him, I've told him that before but he said he doesn't mind that.
He's single so there is nothing there to worry about.
I must admit I'm really attracted to the idea of being able to get all the things I want to get...I just can't decide whether this is wrong or not.
If he wants to buy me stuff, is it really wrong for me to date him so that he does that?
I'm stuck with this really.
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Of course this is wrong. Seriously, do people not have morals these days anymore? Cut it off with the guy, before it goes any further. Sure, you’ve told him you aren’t interested – at least for the moment – as you’ve stated that it will “probably” never change in your response to another members answer. Yet, that “probably” gives the guy hope. Your acceptance of his gifts and the continued communication is doing little other than keeping him interested, in the hope that he can perhaps change your mind.
I hate it when people who’ve got too much try to work their way into the life of someone less fortunate… It’s pathetic. If there’s a connection, it’s there. If there isn’t? Just cut it. That’s not even to mention your age, seriously you’re not even 18 yet? Just because 16 is the legal age in your country – I’m assuming the United Kingdom – it doesn’t mean you’re an adult. You’re still under age for many things – again, assuming you are in the UK – you can’t even smoke or drink legally, let alone do half-a-dozen other things.
You don’t have the right to play with someone’s mind. His time could be better spent focusing on a relationship that could actually end up somewhere – not just in the gutter.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE