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well, everyone seems to be quite unified in saying that you should run away. yet, 7 years is a *long* time, and if you're still in love with her after all that (and her children are soon to exit the picture)... the answer's a lot less clear-cut.

more questions to ask yourself: Are you concerned about the impact of her financial decisions on yours, or are you concerned about trust/openness issues? Would you consider giving her an ultimatum, to see if she loves you enough to change?
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