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Hello, thank you for the question.
I will get the obvious out of the way. You're 23 and he's 60? Do you see enough future in this relationship to remain involved in this messiness with his ex? You want to remain with this man when he has put a restraining order on you?
OK, so he clearly doesn't feel the same way.
I see this all the time. The older man hooks up with the younger woman and promises her the world, but then won't leave his wife because that would be an economic disaster for him. So the younger woman keeps waiting and waiting and waiting. Sad but true.
Is the restraining order from family court or criminal court? I assume the latter?
What have you got from the police or from him or his lawyer about a restraining order?
It strikes me that this was a "verbal warning". If there was a restraining order in the works, either in family court or in criminal court, you'd have gotten paperwork.
So here's my best recommendation: leave him alone, no texts or calls or emails or stalking, and forget about him. There's no order that you not be allowed to go to any areas, but the verbal warning is as a result of his complaints and it's meant to get you to back off.
You can work and go to college. Just give up any thought of having any contact with him.
Does that make sense?
I'm still here. Did my answer help you? Unless you've been served paperwork I think you'll be fine, as long as you stay away from him and have no contact.
You're welcome. Never listen to family and friends, they are trying to be supportive but they don't know what they are talking about.
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