DEAR AMY: My fiance and I are in our late 50s. His late wife (the mother of his 10-year-old daughter) died suddenly and unexpectedly - six years ago. His wife was younger than he, and he has not dated anyone since her death. That is, until me. Before his wife died, she shared a bed with their daughter. He slept alone. After his wife’s death, he began sharing a bed with his daughter. Nothing inappropriate goes on, but the girl cannot - or will not - sleep alone. This means that he and I can only be intimate when she is not home. We’ve talked about this issue as an impediment to getting married. For many reasons, I refuse to sleep in the bed with him and his daughter, as he’s asked me to do. I
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