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I don't date these over the hill party girls because as an adult male, I know why men go to bars and clubs and as a mature adult woman you ought to as well.
If you do know and still sit there every weekend you are trying to be something you aren't (young, unless you are a drunk) and I have no desire to be with a woman who lives in a fantasy world.
Hell, most women can't or won't cook a decent meal anymore and are as a general rule clueless in regard to the domestic arts.
If you have a lot of hangups about sex before we are monogamous, I pretty much see the writing on the wall after we have been together for a while.
I was married and against my wishes the marriage ended.
I loved my wife deeply, she decided she no longer loved me and she wasn't "happy". I didn't ask to be in my 40s and single, but reality being what it is I live with it. I might have a steady girlfriend if the occasion arises, but she'd have to be pretty damn spectacular for me to make that leap.
Happiness is an emotional response to external stimuli. If you are walking around looking like you have a beer keg stuffed in your pants, you don't give a shit about yourself, so I really don't expect you to give a shit about me in the long run.
I separated from my husband of 25 years a few months ago.I date for the occasional bit of company and to occasionally have sex, that's about it. Dog's are much easier to deal with than women at this point in my life.Call me shallow, etc etc whatever, that's fine with me.I know me a helluva lot better than anyone else does. Since I am not a horny, partying twenty something or a desparate to have kids thirty something these rules work for me.I think everyone ought to come up with what works for them, keeping the reality of their particular situation in mind. I never seriously date a woman who terminated her last relationship because she wasn't "happy".
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Maybe the other person was an abusive asshole or addict and the one who is single had to leave for any number of reasons. Keep breathing and you might find yourself there some day.