- Falling in love – with the “wrong” person
Posted 1 month ago
A woman half your age at the other side of the world will be after one thing only,your money.A woman here half your age will also just be after your money. A very good looking woman who gives you the time of day and is way out of your league will also just be after your money.
Take it from a woman who has lots of women friends who have really rinsed men.madmechanistSubscriber
1 in 10 are physiologically or cognatively impaired or damaged…like ME..but love is something no one else knows better then you..I actually after 4 years patched up an old relationship on the ‘just give it a go method..’..I wouldn’t be breating if it wasnt for that move..3 breakdowns and a lot of struggling later I’m a largely happy human being who’s virtually off the medication used to stop suicidal tendencies..and to boot I’m actually not that guarded anymore..admittedly no age gap bar 6 months… all these things were judged as ‘unfixable’ before hand ..medication for life etc..but I proved it’s not ‘impossible’…
But no one can feel ‘that’ feeling for you ..I went got it and turns out I would have lost everything without..so go for who give a **** what anyone else thinks..Posted 1 month agojohnx2Member
A woman half your age at the other side of the world will be after one thing only,your money.A woman here half your age will also just be after your money. A very good looking woman who gives you the time of day and is way out of your league will also just be after your money
My wife’s pretty much my age but is definitely after my money. So that’s 30 years and counting of disappointment…Posted 1 month agophiljuniorMember
Well skipping all the other comments…
I fell for another woman when I was engaged. Nothing *much* happened, considering (well there was one night but…). Really liked her, really wished I’d met her first. Didn’t leave the girl I was engaged to as I didn’t want to let people down (who, looking back, would’ve quite quickly got over it). Now I’m getting divorced. She revealed that she really thought we’d end up together (she had a bf at the time, now married to him with a child.).
She was a bit younger, almost 10 years. It didn’t matter.
Anyway, I’m happily living with an girl who rides bikes who’s very nice these days. Can’t wish I had done anything different as I have 2 lovely kids with the girl I married, too. And I think I learned a lot of lessons about myself and relationships!
So even the wrong choice can work out pretty well.Posted 1 month ago
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