Do I have an ethical obligation to tell my partners before we have sex?
I am always safe with my clients, and, frankly, I don’t really consider selling sex to be any different from providing any other service.
I don’t know if this relationship is salvageable, but for the sake of a good co-parenting relationship, consider all of your options (couples counseling, living separately but in the same city, etc.) before moving out of state with your 3-year-old son. My dad has asked my brothers and I to keep his cancer a secret from my mom.
My broken-hearted ex wants to pay me to hang out with him: I’m a college student who, a little over a month ago, broke it off with a guy I’d been in a relationship with for 10 months.
There was no spark, and I felt like being single and exploring other options.
You fell for someone else, removed your romantic attention from your fiancé, and he grew clingy and insecure as a result.
Consider that it’s possible you two would fight and bicker less (or could at least fight better; not-fighting is not always the highest good) if you acknowledged he is not being paranoid about “something going on” and were honest about your feelings. : My parents are divorced and aren’t on speaking terms.
The short answer is: Whenever you feel ready to tell someone you work as an escort is the right time. There is something between this man and me that will never be fully realized, and I acknowledge that, but I feel like my relationship with my fiancé is faltering.
Our relationship feels like a safe bet, and the fighting and bickering is worsening.No sex, just “hanging out, the way we used to”—dinner, movies, etc.I’m not worried about the ethics of being paid for something like this (before his offer, I was considering using a get-paid-for-dates service, but I’d rather do that with someone I know); the problem is that I can’t shake the feeling that this is wrong for me to do with him and would only exacerbate things. It seems pragmatic and makes sense in theory—he misses me, so he gets to date me, and I get money for my travels—and he’s a grown man who can make his own decisions about what’s best for him, but I feel like it’d be crazy for me to take him up on his offer. A: I think “should I go on dates with men for money” and “should I go on dates with this man for money” are two very separate questions.I’ve been happy on my own but haven’t had a great relationship in a long time. About six months ago, I lost a close friend to a heart attack that was totally unexpected.I was friends with her and her husband for a long time, and losing her really hurt.Only you can answer the first, but allow me to handle the second: No.