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My boyfriend refuses to talk about the future. He says he doesn't like the pressuring questions. What do I do?

I am dating my boyfriend who is divorced for a year. He refuses to introduce me to his kids or to meet mine. When I asked him about the future, he panicked and turns white. He said he needs time and doesn't like being pressured. What do I do? He is recently divorced with three kids. There were no divorced questions.

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