Good Morning Morning Show Family! Dear Steve and Shirley, I am a 40-year-old single young mom. I have been seeing a 42-year-old young man for about 19 months. We are in a long distance relationship about three hours away from each other and we see each other as much as we can. I have a secure job and I do not feel comfortable leaving where I reside to find a job but we do have a place together in the city where he is. This is where the situation becomes challenging. My boyfriend has had some issues in the past with the law. He is an ex-convict however, I knew this when I fell in love with him. We intended on being together and the transfer that I put in for didn't come through. So my boyfriend and I have a place where he resides. Due to the fact that he can't find secure employment, I take care of the expenses. I do not feel he has taken me for granted but I do feel disrespected and I CAN NOT get him to understand why. Within the past nine months he has created a business that deals with the entertainment industry and when I am not there - other females are. They have become bold enough to take pictures in MY house! I have discussed this many times and he claims to address the situation but apparently not to my liking. Steve and Shirley, we have talked about getting married. Am I making too much out of this? Or have we come to the end of our road?
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