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RazzleCat Donating Member (336 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-13-06 08:47 AM
Response to Reply #25
27. I don't see it again
In my case, its mostly too hard to adjust to a new person in "my space". Marriage is a series of compromises, which is OK, but hey near 50, don't want to compromise on lots of stuff again. I like guys, involved with one right now, but I think for me the ideal situation would be side by side houses where we could go visit on a daily basis, yet have our own space. I find the silly arguments that you get into way to exhausting now, you know the ones, how many blankets on the bed, window open or closed at night, who's turn is it to walk the dog. It's sounds so trivial when I type it out, but I swear its all these small things that make me nuts in a marriage situation. Not one of them is a big deal, but when you add them all up you build up a lot of small resentments that just make the relationship suck. So don't see another marriage in my future, but hopefully will continue to have male friends.
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