Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-20 14:39:52
ID: 51875
I was married for many years, but now divorced not by my choice. I loved every minute of being married. But now that I'm divorced I never want to remarry again, simply because if it doesn't work out I don't want to go through the heart wrenching process of divorce again. I'm still in love with my ex and wish we were still married but that's behind me now. I'm hoping to find love again and have a new partner to go through the rest of life with. I don't even want to live together, but it feels so good to have that special person to be there for one another. I would never tell someone not to get married because all relationships are very unique. There is no way possible you'll know if a relationship will last forever, or not. It's basically a crap shoot, but that's a decision everyone has to make for themselves. It's complete bullshit to say single, widowed, divorced, are happier. There are plenty of happy married people.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-20 05:36:13
ID: 51883
i know a woman who's husband recently passed away suddenly less than two years ago. they were both in their 30s and they were married for about 7 years, together for 10. while he was a good husband and she misses him terribly, i've noticed that her quality of life has actually seemed to improve within the past months. before she was overweight, stayed at home a lot, and didn't really do anything besides take care of the house and pets. now she's gotten herself a job that she enjoys, she travels, she socializes more, she eats healthier, she lost the weight and her skin is glowing. she's ambivalent about ever remarrying.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 23:30:56
ID: 51879
My grandma's been a widow for 14 years and she loves being single now. She did love my grampa, but they had a really traditional relationship and my grandma had to do all the cooking, cleaning, laundry and he even expected her to make all my dad's and aunt and uncle's clothes. Craziness. I don't blame her for loving the single life. Now she travels, hangs out with her friends, drinks coffee and quilts all day. I hope I'm as happy as she is when I'm 87.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 16:23:48
ID: 51870
In response to a confession. i work in a place that employs a lot of women and by far the ones who are the happiest and most content are either widowed, divorced, or have never married.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 15:13:55
ID: 51869
In response to a confession. I agree about not getting married. That's why a lot of women who are widowed never get remarried.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 06:39:54
ID: 51788
In response to a confession. Technically the part of a woman's body that is licked isn't hairy either, since hair typically doesn't grow on your clit. Unless they're going to town on the pubic mound, in which case I'm sorry.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 06:26:01
ID: 51804
There is an article going around called '2.5 things I want in a partner'. It basically says the writer just wants someone emotionally stable, and smart (as in critical thinking), and hopefully also is their friend and makes them laugh. Several of my friends are commenting on it, and saying how perfect it is, and that everything else isn't important. Does this seem insane to anyone else? I feel like those things are so basic they aren't even worth mentioning. All of my friends hit those basic qualifications, they wouldn't be friends otherwise. What I want in a partner is a heck of a lot more than that! I want love, sexual compatibility, financial compatibility, similar nurturing instincts, similar goals in life... And that is just off the top of my head!
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 04:06:10
ID: 51863
single woman hear me out. I know you probably won't listen but DO NOT GET MARRIED; ENJOY YOUR SINGLEDOM! there are numerous studies showing that women tend to be less happy in relationships than men, regardless of how "egalitarian" the relationship may seem. i totally regret getting married and i have what most would consider to be a "good" marriage. i was much more happier and fulfilled when i was single. sure i had some bouts of loneliness but i would totally trade my marriage in for those again. my husband isn't a bad guy and i do care for him but if i could snap my fingers, go back in time, and never meet him, i would. and while i know there are always exceptions, the research doesn't lie. i'm currently figuring out how to file for divorce and be forever single. marriage is for the birds.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-19 01:58:19
ID: 51855
In response to a confession. I doubt that was the first time he's had a queef happen. I know it's embarrassing, but it happens to all of us at some point. It doesn't mean you're gross or loose. Like the other poster said, sometimes a quick "out and back in" can allow air to get in.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-11-18 21:11:33
ID: 51763
In response to a confession. Same here. Sometimes, though, an orgasm is the only thing that helps my cramps.
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