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He was a single father raised by a single mother, and he never complained that my two boys always came first. My own Ron Paul (though my version was tall, dark, and handsome, with intense green eyes) was also a writer.
We were the same age, both single parents, and we both consider "Yo, what's up? We seemed to know all the same girls, the same guys, the same music, the same lines. They told me about the girls they'd only sleep with and the ones they'd like to take home to meet me, their mom away from mom.
I found myself single after my almost-17-year relationship disintegrated. Period."I could have sworn I spied members of the male persuasion on L. That is, if you like your men hairless and sweating in yoga class, grunting through their vinyasas, dragon tattoos on their waxed calves, or perhaps speeding past in their silver BMWs, sporting Bluetooth sets, shaved heads, and glinting veneered teeth. Numbers were pressed into my hand and texted from Black Berry to i Phone. One evening over dinner, my older boy, Thug Number 1, asked if I'd ever get married again. My dates became "candi-dates," and I designated delegates (friends) and superdelegates (family) to help me vet them. He was sweet and funny, with an adventuresome nature; he thought up fun, original dates like a night on the Queen Mary to celebrate Mardi Gras with about 10,000 gyrating, feather-boa-wearing Brazilians.
I had women pull me aside and, in hushed tones, tell me about "the Egyptian" — a mysterious, swarthy Pan. The last time I wasn't half of a couple, Boy George wore eyeliner. My adored nephew Frankie, who moved in with me after my adored husband moved out, learned on his 22nd birthday that he had cancer.
We've had it all: careers, marriage, kids, divorce. So, as my mother always says, about everything: "What could be bad?
We have paid the price for our lousy choices and are crystal clear about what we've learned from our mistakes.
The power of dating over 40 We are finally, finally, our best selves, desperate for nothing and no one, open yet wise, generous and compassionate yet sharpened and clarified by life's betrayals. When you think about it this way, when you look at the whole picture of who we are, where we've been, what we want, who we've become, how can we not feel like the possibility of dating should be fascinating, interesting, full of tingly possibilities!? We can say, 'I'll give it a whirl.' We can throw caution to the wind. We don't' have to say yes to anything or anyone we don't want to say yes to.
Why Divorce Sex is so Good and so Bad 15 Tough Truths about Divorce Can Divorce be the Best Part of Your Marriage? Good men are snatched up fast and if you find one, he had grown wiser and more selective with age. It's not really unfair, its just men's turn to have the attraction advantage. It's his money he can have it and rot for all I care.
10 Tips on remaining sane and humane Who Gets Custody of the Friends after Divorce at 65, I cannot even find one man I would like to be friends with. I am a dancer, singer, writer, poetess, veteran and Freshman (psychology) at age 65, because I wrote about my life and won a scholarship. No, it isn't easy for middle aged women, its not impossible, but it is not easy. We have it all, but it's time to get a little more. But the starter husband bored us and it was time to move on. Okay, so we devastated and destroyed husband, and now he's living in his mom's basement and working on his depression issues. Declined alimony and equity in the house as well as some of his retirement with its avail. Dating over 40, for me, is so much better than when I was younger.
The fear of youth Because you've got nothing to lose! We were hunters - aiming for the career, the guy, the condo, the essential pieces of that elusive Real Life. Women and the blessings of aging We've finally made peace with all the enemies of our younger selves - our parents, our exes, our bodies, our limitations, our life choices, all the stuff we thought we could control but couldn't, our mortality, our unique strengths and magic, our maternal and womanly wisdom we no longer ignore but allow to guide us.
The stakes are so much lower than when we were in our 20s, juggling careers and the relentless anxiety of the have-it-all culture we were promised. We got the career, the husband, the house, the dog, the kids the All in Having It All. Now we've got older kids who turned out far better than we could have ever hoped; a cool job we finally feel challenges us and is worth our time; a fab circle of righteous and hilarious midlife BFFs we don't have nearly enough time to see.