I am a widower 72 yrs. old. Was married for 46 yrs. Wife died of cancer 2 yrs. ago. I dated a new gal for 3...
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I am a widower 72 yrs. old. Was married for 46 yrs. Wife died of cancer 2 yrs. ago. I dated a new gal for 3 months, fell in love, bought her a diamond and was dumped. It hurt. Met another gal, dated her for 6 months, and she dumped me twice. That hurt even more. Now I've been dating a warm and lovely widow for 4 months and we really enjoy each other's company. The love is mutual but I haven't been able to forget the other ladies who dumped me. Please help. ... How do I forget the women who dumped me so I can move forward with the lovely widow? It doesn't seem fair to have a relationship with her while I continue to think of the others. Thank you.View Thread
Hi, I need to go over this again. I know what you said about recognizing our feelings and acknowledge how they make us feel.. I can have done that. But it is burying my emotions about others and their actions. It is hurting me living like this. I have developed such a block in my daily lifeView Thread
I'm taking a moment to remember the honored fallen today. I hope others take the opportunity too. And for those of us who get the chance to grill tasty things, I hope your burgers are extra juicy!View Thread
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