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I received the message below from Mike, a 53 year old guy who has been both widowed and divorced, and who has some words of wisdom for men over 50. If you water your own grass, it won’t be greener on the other side of the fence. I don't see that changing and worry and almost hope it will not survive.
Thought I would share, and in italics below are my comments. Jackie, I wanted you to know that I loved your piece from Sept 3. I crossed that personal Rubicon in 2012, and can say with certainty that I’ve learned more in the past 3 years than I did in the previous 50. I imagine a life without them as stress free and adventurous but also lonely, hedonistic and even self-destructive.
I have been married for 27 years and have two grow children. Reply I hate the divorced lifestyle and culture especially at 52 and only 5’6”.
“…only someone who is ready for everything, who doesn’t exclude any experience, even the most incomprehensible, will live the relationship with another person as something alive and will himself sound the depths of his own being.” Rainer Maria Rilke 11. It's kind of like hanging out with your platonic female divorced friend and hearing her perspective on your divorce and your love life issues. I'm heading into the permanent separation stage with the outcome being divorce. However, she does not want to proceed until my divorce is finalized. Should I forget about her or text her from time to time?
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While it’s natural to be curious, don’t be too pushy.After a divorce, everyone moves on in different ways.Some people focus on their careers or children, while others prefer to immediately dive back into the dating scene to try to meet someone new.I’m not sure, though, if that means I’m a life-long learner, or just really slow on the uptake! Both experiences were bad, but in very different ways. I’ve learned that the letting go is easy – but it’s often harder to move on. I still have all my hair, it’s not gray, and I don’t need glasses – This amounts to trash talk for me now. I can't imagine ever wanting to have another meaningful relationship, building anything real or (god help me) blending families or playing dad again.So I just thought you may like to know some of the clarity that an additional 3 years of life could possibly provide ☺. I’m not sure I know the difference between letting go and moving on, but I have never had an easy time letting go of things-especially when romantic relationships end. I imagine fading into nothingness with both an evil grin and a tear in my eye. Reply I am 55 years old and my son just graduated and turned 18years old.
All of my single friends; both men and women have met someone. My marriage is good enough, but we are just going through motions to finish the job and it's been extremely boring and predictable for long time now.