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... I am sitting here crying at the computer and tomorrow is my 50th birthday. My husband is in his "cave" where he likes to live now. We have two teenaged daughters, 15 and 18. He realizes too that we have nothing in common anymore. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you all for the thoughtful responses. You have given me a lot to think about. Pendulum, no, there is not anyone else. I can't even imagine another relationship. I am not interested in another man. ... (15 replies)
... We have been married 16 years, no kids due to infertility. We have grown in different ways. We don't argue, we have money, but I am emotionally unfullfilled and I'm sure he is sexually unfullfilled. ... (15 replies)

... I see myself heading in the similar path. We, though, have two children and it seems ti's all we have in common, them. We care about eachother yet I feel as though I just care for him as being the father of our girls. He's terrific with them. ... (15 replies)
... How was it like in the beginning? ... (15 replies)
... If you do not try to save your marriage before throwing in the towel, you might find yourself somewhere down the road wondering "what if? ... (15 replies)
... The worst feeling is to be in a marriage where the trust is totally gone. After being married a 7 months, my husband decided to go outside the marriage. For me it's over with. ... (15 replies)
... You are bored and you feel unfulfilled in the relationship. You are not feeling loved, I presume. ... (15 replies)
... I am asking you this, because I think that if you divorced from him, save from the daily habit of seeing him and talking about ordinary things, you would have no more reason to meet him again. It wouldn't make any difference if he lived on Mars or next door, would it? ... (15 replies)
... I would suggest counseling as well... the simple fact that if you state your husband... "I'd like us to attend counseling because im really feel unfulfilled in our relationship" that suggestion alone would probably open up a WORLD of honesty between you two regardless if the COUNSELING even is pursued. ... (15 replies)
... o persue some hobbies or dreams of my own while he enjoys his. I would like us to find a few "joint" enjoyments...maybe being a "big couple" ..i wonder if they have those? ... (15 replies)
... Being a big sister is a GREAT idea! There are plenty of kids who are in need of your heart. ... (15 replies)
... I hope that you can get your issues worked though and not have the pain of a divorce in your life. I wouldn't wish a divorce on my worst enemy! ... (15 replies)
... time. I have my master's degree and I really loved taking the classes. But, now I really do need to be more involved, busy with some other activities. I have even thought of volunteering somewhere, or becoming a "big sister" to a little girl. ... (15 replies)
... IMHO divorce is about the most traumatizing event in ones life short of losing a loved one due to a death! It's like a death in a way...except that in death you actually have closure. To me divorce is like an open wound that never seems to heal. 16 years of marriage is a lot a memories to keep reliving! ... (15 replies)
... I had a child at 43 and know a lot of women who had kids past 40. My good friend had a son at 45. Another good friend adopted a boy at 45 and another at 51. I also know women who had children at near 50 years of age using donor eggs. You are not too old. (15 replies)
... I have read a lot over the past few days of what people are going through. Even posted a few responses. I was looking for someone in a somewhat similar situation to get some help without actually having to share my own story. NO LUCK. ... (12 replies)
... I am so sorry Crimson that your friend has not only been slacking on the friendship, but also now is twisting things around and putting it on You! If it makes you feel any better, I think it's a common thing with married women. ... (4 replies)
... When the kids are gone, you two will have more time for each other. Giving each other time is a huge part of maintaining or rebuilding a relationship so prepare now to use it wisely later. ... (15 replies)
... This is such a long complicated story that I really dont know where to begin. I will TRY to keep it short but get point across. ... (9 replies)

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