Hello, Rich. Normally, I’m not the type of person who would reach out with a question like this, but I need some clarity. I’m a big fan of your channel, and what I like about the way you present your information is you do so in a completely objective, matter-of-fact manner without any biases or emotion. However, I’ve been dating a woman for the past 3 months, and it seems like she’s the perfect fit for me. This is some thing that not only has never happened to me before, but I never expected it would happen at all. I’m 36, she’s 31, and both of us know we never want to have any children and we’re on the same page with regards to pretty much every aspect of life, including hobbies, political views, ambitions, personal tastes, etc. This feels like the she’s the right person at the right time. Like most people, I’ve had crushes, felt infatuation, and I’ve experienced sexual urges, but this is something completely different. Whenever we spend time together, it’s always great conversation, great sex, and an overall comfort level I’ve never felt. My question is what would you recommend as far as a long-term situation that does not involve marriage? I truly believe this woman is special and I don’t want to lose her. However, I have read your book, and I’m extremely red pill aware, especially as it pertains to the potential pitfalls awaiting a man if he chooses to get married. I would really appreciate your perspective on this and thank you for taking the time.