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I look forward to your response. My last ex husband was a highly sophisticated AC of the PA type. He knew better than to tell tales with red flags. He had nothing bad to say about his ex wife and he loved his mother, two things which I viewed as positive. There was nothing further to add — ha!
Seven years later, I was so fed up with him that I got up the nerve to compare notes with his ex and we had a lovely afternoon. It clarified a lot. It took me another three years to line up an escape route. I left my wedding ring on top of a note before I went out the door. Here is something that you might want to print write out and stick it up on your wall where you see it every day!
I was operating out of this sick premise. I guess I just needed to really, really learn this lesson. After this article, I am just wondering if I have picked another unavilable male because I am still so unavailable. I wish you all such blessings in walking this path that is so HARD and takes a lot of courage. You have been spying on me again Nat!!!
The Object of My Affections has been blowing hot and cold. I know, I really do, that he is interested, but he pulls me close and then pushes me away again. He has been divorced for many years and has minimal contact with EXW as kids all grown up. I just wanted to say after reading your post, this person is definitely an EUM. I just posted an update see earlier near my original posts. He broke up with me, I am just beyond devastated.
I want him to want me— even after he heals, but there is no such guarantee…. I am a great woman- he does know that- I just feel like maybe I could never quite compare to how hr felt about her— and that is very tough to swallow given the emotional abuse she subjected him to during their relationship. Some are comfortable in this environment, as its what they know. This guy has a boatload of problems, and is not over the ex.
There is no room for you in his life. Give yourself some time, and look for someone who is attracted to healthy. This man cannot provide it. I wish this article was penned a few months ago.. LOL because this article felt like it was meant for me to read.
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We dated for 4 months and shortly after started to show the signs which I thankfully recognized before I found myself in the FWB category. Its quite fresh and there are even days when I would like to call him but I think its best for me not to do this, he needs to figure this out on his own and I will not be anyones shrink he was a great friend but I want more. Thanks NML all the best with the show!!!!
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I suppose because they are in shorter supply, and we older chix are in excess, they really feel no need to get their act together as some chick is always there desperate enough to take them as is. Seems to be a lot more allegedly available guys that have major emotional issues, financial issues, addiction issues. I find this really alarming as I am a very overedumacated sort and am not hanging out in crappy bars, hook up singles venues, anywhere remotely trashy and still encounter dudes rife with these problems including attachments to exes, using women as rebounds etc. Methinks our society is headed in a very bad direction.
I am finding men at my age 65 much nicer than when I was younger. I avoid the traditional types: We all need time to recover from disappointment and loss, but some men do not have the will or energy to build their own lives. The widower did fear he would be stuck there, was ready to clean out the house, remove his wedding band, etc. He was Taking Steps. Or at least I did. It was the same with the ex. The wife, the kid, the this, the that…I was third on the totem pole, our needs as a couple came last. I made up my mind, through BR, that I was never going to devalue myself like that again.
The creatives I meet seem sensitive, concerned, and readily accept that relationships start as friendships…with a click. Maybe because creative roles require them to be imaginative, practical and in the moment? Noquay—yea, my target age group is 40ss. I do think available men get taken off the market quickly because there are more women around.
I tend not to focus on that too much, because all it takes is one good guy, right? Swissmiss It probably has a lot to do with the part of the country I now reside in. Although I am educated in the sciences, I am also very humanitarian and creative. It seems as though these dudes just want to watch life on TV rather than living it daily.
I miss the exchange of ideas, the in depth looking at issues; most of my colleagues just want to talk shop. At least you give me some shred of hope that maybe in my 60s, when I retire, I will be able to leave this area, though I will miss mountains and mountain lions, and be able to travel a bit beyond my home base up north and find such men.
Is it an Anglo culture thing or a post-industrial thing? Love what you wrote. I think that because men think with their private bits — we will have to renew and make major societal rules similar to what was going on in the s in the USA — in part, family ties, dating, monogamy, and no sex before marriage. Divorce was not the norm it was disgraceful. So many women suffered depressions, shock treatments and were committed by their husbands into asylums.
Unless we women change and enforce new social rules including freedom of sexual preference.. Feels so un-natural for me to not be having sex on a regular basis. Angelface I wholeheartedly agree. I think women set the parameters on sex because we historically have had so much more at stake. We still do, but it got lost in the confusion of new found freedoms e. I wish the pendulum would swing to the middle already.
Noquay, I always empathize with your posts because you and I are in exactly the same boat. I was brought up in a world-class city and have always been torn between my need for the vibrant, cultured urban world and my deep love of nature. Very, very hard to find someplace that blends the two. The men I work with here are very interesting, educated, rather progressive and broad-minded people with many interests. Like me, they are all from other places, which is very typical in this field, and as transplants we have a lot in common.
They are my equals — and unfortunately all are already married. The only single men here are the locals. Because of its beauty, this area is also a prime spot for retirees and artists which did seem promising at first — but almost all of them come here as well-off couples who are enjoying a comfortable retirement with their hobbies and grandchildren. I have yet to meet one suitable man who has retired here as a single person. I am not going to find a partner if I stay here. Not quite sure what to do about this truth. Wiser—I live in a place like you describe Cape Cod actually.
I know a handful of singles who have all dated the same pool of online men and now will only date strictly off Cape. There are things here that meet many of my needs, but the man thing is pffft. Unfortunately Swissmiss, I am a very high activity, outdoor oriented person and despite my yearning for things cultural and intellectual, do not do well in any sort of urban and suburban environments. Lived in both and came close to killing myself. Lots of older, fit men come here for the races but find the poverty and trashiness of this town a turn off.
Dating a local and the horrid, humiliating situation with the at work AC has convinced me to avoid locals like a disease. I do a lot to try and help, even fix this community, but it is a matter of working very hard and getting very little in return which I guess is to be expected. I made a very wrong choice on where to live although I also realize that at the time, this seemed a really good choice, that I have a great job, most of my colleagues are awesome, and the financial analysis of my situation has shown that sticking it out so I can retire early while I am still vital and healthy makes the most sense.
I own my own homes, pay my own way in all things, and am very careful to protect my assets because of this very issue. Tis really cool to read the perspective of another older women and at least know I am not alone. Wiser, add mountains and Id swear your friend lived in my town. Yep, teeth are scarce and hygiene can be iffy or is that whiffy. I was raised to be wannabe white, wannabe middle class by my uneducated parents and bailed to the woods at 17 and worked my way through college as I was NEVER going to be sucked into wither wannabe or redneck values ever again.
MAN IS DATING SOMEONE EVEN THOUGH HE’S MARRIED. SOUNDS DISGUSTING, BUT I’M ON HIS SIDE.
Sadly, my home community, where I lived with my ex is more rural try people than here but also had a small educated, progressive community. I guess it is much harder to live in these areas when completely alone than partnered. Hi Wiser, If you are considering the giographical solution be sure to factor in all the effects of global warming in any area you might choose to live. Best to pick a place where you can earn your way, be safe, and find a mate. Does that place exist? Best wishes to you. Where you reside is definately a factor. I am not making excuses, but the X was the most exciting thing that happened to me there.
For him, too, although he liked that atmosphere. Gosh, it was dull. I have since moved to a major metropolis. Lots of stimulation and choices. One man gave me a huge hug on the first date. Forty years ago he would have hit the road. Maybe that makes a difference? I think the article overly presumptuous and unfair. I think it will be finalized next month. My ex has been purposely dragging his feet and our case is complicated due to the assets we own and the state of the economy which makes it difficult for us to liquidate them.
I am a self-confessed Virtual, and have been a Fallback Girl for an online guy who lives km away! I asked to meet up with him in-person, but he was too afraid because he claims we would eventually resent one another over the distance — it could never work. I stopped e-mailing him. I just want to stop, and move on, for good. It is a terrible feeling of being used and abused and they rarely, if ever, apologize or even see their maltreatment. I used to have a hard and fast rule of no divorced or separated men until I hit I realized I was going to have to relax my rule if I ever wanted to see daylight or nighttime with a man again.
My first and critical mistake was allowing him to even sniff the steam off my pee never mind that I focused on the 2 years separated, him living in his own apartment for 2 years. There had been no emotional airbag in between so guess what I was? The buffer, the bridge, the doormat. Painful lesson and one I will never do again. The man is a Narc so his separation status is not the only issue at the fore and ironically, due to his selfish, self-serving treatment of me, I got out in a relatively short amount of time. In that respect, it was a win for me but a brutal victory. His selfishness was off the charts in every respect.
She seemed normal to me and she is. Hell, she worked and paid for everything while he mooched off of her. He feels entitled to it too. Did he ever give her any thought about what he was contributing and how to make her happy? Of course, he took zero responsibility no matter how many times 3 that I know of for sure I tried to ask him what he did or did not do to contribute to their divorce.
He left her with a 10 month year old child validated in obsequious ways to seek out his narcissistic supply on his website. No, his ex-wife I can only imagine is a co-dependent. It still steams me he cannot accept, own, apologize or make amends to me or anyone else for that matter.
I know better and I know what any woman who snags into him will get. Hope they enjoy the one-sided narcissistic relationshit he can provide and nothing more. Children do make it more complicated. Yet another aspect he was totally insensitive about. I wanted to wait and make sure we were solid before becoming involved. I thought that was healthy and mature. He is a user, an operator, an opportunist, a liar, a hypocrite, and a stand up right bastard.
He is an entitled little Napoleon with a shrimp dick and a false self to protect his fragile wittle ego. All I was to him was a warm body, an ear to listen to his grievances and his own aggrandizement. Being used and abused is the worst feeling, especially if the abuser is incapable of realizing the errors of their ways. He may appear willing and eager — wonder why?
I learned a lot of lessons but I think we sometimes tell ourselves this positive takeaway to explain or validate our experience s. Sometimes we just get unlucky and sometimes we get lucky. We try to make sense of it but I think we do the best with what is offered. The reason I say this is the separated Narcs brother met his now wife when he was newly separated.
So you see, it does happen. It happened right in front of me while I dated the brother who was the typical EUM we write about here. Some of us by hook or crook find ourselves with assclowns, while others who are far more ignorant land up with the princes we all hope for in the end. The things these men will tell themselves in order to sleep at night is astonishing. They will do mental calisthenics to avoid any shred of personal responsibility. But this horse manure of: Sadly, men have become so selfish and driven by their own agendas and desires, we are trampled on in their wake.
Not sure why we bother? Optimism in the face of reality where men are continually satisfied by online porn that satisfies only their needs by the way and creates a disparaging standard for regular women to aspire to, online dating and texting crap where every woman is merely an object or a function, but real care, compassion and devotion is too much to bother with. Desperate women will accept the unacceptable, the intolerable and the nere do wells in the hopes of rescuing, saving and fixing these boys into men keep doing ourselves and society a disservice.
The damage is lasting if not permanent. People tell me to be open and optimistic. Every single time I paid dearly. This from a grown ass man who pretends to be stupid when it suits but prides himself on being so smart otherwise. I have to agree with you…. I recently had a date with guy, who currently divorcing his wife…he told me on the first and only date, that his wife decided to divorce him after being with him for 20 years and 4 kids together, the yongest one only 4 years old!
Do I want this man, of course NOT, he definitely not ready to meet anyone, 5 months of separation is not enough! I recognise the hurt and anger in your post and I totally relate. I was sooooo desperate that I ignored the many huge red flags. Yes I know how stupid I was. It was only 6 weeks and I hardly saw him in the last weeks but I was hopelessly hooked.
So clingy and in need of love and affection. The damage is proving to be long lasting in my case, too. I only attract assclowns anyway. I do not understand why separated men think they are single it is mind boggling. I have a friend who is five years separated with no divorce in sight despite what he says. When my ex-husband and I separated we each met someone else within a couple of months.
I was definitely done with my marriage and thought of myself as single. I eventually bought a house with the man I met and my exH is still married to and has a child with the woman he met back then. FX, your situation is unusual and pretty much the exception to the rule. The odds of someone getting involved with a newly divorced person and have this result are pretty low. That said, there are other factors to look out for before ruling someone out. We were all young. I think I was EU which is why I wanted out of my marriage and then left the other nice man with whom I owned the house.
I was probably truly single for the first extended time in my life and still EU, many years later when I met the AC who brought me to BR.
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From what my child tells me, her father and step-mother do not have an especially happy marriage. No AC stuff nor related to being divorced. Just the odds of life…. I will say that I think something my mother told me when I was younger is often true. I have changed so much, though, that, perhaps, I would enjoy it and do a better job now.
I also used to meet many more appealing men than I do now so it may be a moot point! Every single man who I have ever known in my entire life always said they wanted someone like me, but they never pursued women like me. This is why getting pregnant the oldest trick in the book is what so many women have resorted to. This is why, if I were ever o not be married again, I would never ever in a million years date any man from my ethnic group the men I have been talking about.
But I suspect that all men are the same. This article is amazing. When we met he told me he was separated for a few months. Then I found out it was actually just weeks before she left and I and him met. Now he has only one month till he leaves to his own country, and suddenly he announces me out of the blue that his ex is coming. He told me that and implied that we will not see each other during that time. NOt even for one night! This is the same guy who told me a few days ago he would want to have kids with me. Donno what to do next….
Dear Kate, if he is separated from his wife, why does she have her things in his flat, and why will it take her 10 days to retrieve them? This mess with men was never only a personal issue. It has always been societal as well. Unless a man makes a conscious choice to be aware of the messages in out culture, see how they are wrong,transcend them and evolve this is what we are stuck with. I dated two back to back married men. The first one ripped my heart out almost beyond repair and hoom here comes number two.
It was fascinating that I needed to replay the tape once again. The second one was used to heal from the first sick I know. Both ended in a disaster. First one goes back, second one gets a divorce after I leave him , never tells me and now is screwing someone new. The someone new will most definately be the fbg but it still burns the same.
I needed to learn this lesson twice and this time I did. Funny but all the stories relate to my ex AC and guess what?? Their only role models were their older colleagues, who treated women like crap and were heavy drinkers. Industry closes in the 80s, taking most supporting businesses with it including ranching, the railroad, etc. Those that as t this point are in their 40s or older, with zero education, their only job skills in an industry that no longer exists, addicted to alcohol, maybe drugs are stuck.
Anywhere else they go in the region is going to be too expensive with the growth of the rich people ski hills nearby or the wealthy couple enclaves in the former ranching towns to the south. Drink and drug more.
There is a large Hispanic community trapped in trailer parks, working slave labor jobs at the resorts downhill, then there is the yearly influx of us overedumacated racers, and us academics who still live in the town and try to improve things as we find stuff like domestic violence, falling apart housing, dead cars, hard core druggies, and mine waste a bit of a turnoff. We are also the folks that can contribute the most to needed charities, do most of the volunteer work, fix up our homes, clean up or restore our land.
The old guard, which is also my local dating pool resentsus uppity women bbecause we avoid them and we also, being both educated and gainfully employed out earn them by a considerable margin. In some ways, I feel sorry for these dudes, in some ways I zero pity for them. Instead they chosedrink, drugs, cheap sex we actually had many prostitutes here , and the ski bum life instead.
I had to leave a marriage andmy real home so I could be responsibly employed, pay my bills, provide for my own health care, save for retirement. I agree with Lisa. This article does seem unfair and one-dimensional. Divorce IS complicated and getting involved with a divorcee will add some difficult and challenging aspects to a relationship.
Every person is different. The longer you keep treading in those waters the more pain and loss of confidence in yourself, your own judgement, on the flipside… trust me, just under two years but I still feel pangs of sadness and remorse from time to time being reminded of him, which usually sends me into a low self esteem hangover and then here to Baggage Reclaim for comfort and consoling. Thanks for all the kind words! Hon, there is nothing to walk away from. This man is married and neglected to tell you the truth. He is a liar and user. I can be certain that the wife does not know of his relationship with you, as he is still with her.
Block and go NC immediately, or you will certainly be screwing yourself, and feel even lower, some months down the line! So sorry this happened. With widowers you can never get them to see past the dead wife who takes on sainthood status so they are a no go for me. My personal feelings are that men who end up single after many years have a rooster in the hen house mentality and like to bed as many women as possible to find what they want and ease their pain.
They then screw themselves up and sadly others in the process. More fool those women who are willing to have such casual sex. For myself it is a case of trust. I was deceived and cheated on. The cheating that I knew about was for the last 2. I am 3 years single in the jungle, 2 years divorced and the thought of a relationship now actually terrifies me thanks to the AC I have met along the way. If people are together a long time and one becomes ill that is different but taking on someone who is ill is not something I am willing to do.
Be happy, because he could have been doing the same. MRWriter I agree with much of what you say. Lots of folks looked askance at our 28 year age difference but we did well. When I tried to date after we broke up, it was a completely different and very ugly world. I will no longer date men my age anymore. The AC was my age; lesson learned plus so many guys my age have small children and my parenting days are over. Men like my best friend, in his 70s, hold doors open for me, bring in firewood without being asked, help me on with my coat when we leave a restaurant. Try getting a 50 or younger to do those things.
The AC was 10 years younger and had absolutely beautiful manners. Unfortunately, he set the bar high in that regard but also lied as easily as he breathed. I also expect to feel taken care of by a man in other ways, and, without that, my desire would not be piqued regardless of any other qualities. I think just like there are no hard and fast rules for how long it takes for someone to become emotionally available after the end of a relationship, there are also no age requirements for behaving like a gentleman.
Unfortunately, there are people of all ages — male and female — seem to have been raised by wolves no matter where you are! I have literally zero time, patience or libido to deal with bs! At 47 and living in the deep south as a democrat, arty, vegan it is getting really hard to feel like I am going to meet anyone. I feel so unattracted to most of the guys I meet my age because so many of them are arrogantly dealing with their post-divorce issues…or they are 70 pounds overweight with no hobbies. I wish that I just did not care at all to date but there is a part of me that is still getting out there.
Hopefully I can keep hope alive: They probably look at you as a Martian, as traditional as they are down there. Wish we were allowed to engage in how you detected that. Your comments and questions are always so direct. Brooklyn is where I grew up until 12yrs old when my parents built a home in NJ. Oh, I grew up in Bed-Stuy. It was bad then which is why my parents got us out of there. I def attribute a lot of my personality to having grown up in a place where there were The Bloods and The Crips, and really bad kids at school. You had to know how to fight or you were a sitting duck. I was never bullied, though.
How bout deal with your stuff… get yourself back and then begin something new. Its like being unemployed and trying to date…. U have a choice. Choose to be the best you possible. Why are you in a rush to be with someone else with this huge thing going on? But you are assuming everyone who gets divorced is traumatized bc of and during. Some of us became mentally divorced from the spouse years earlier. For us, the only issue is the hassle of waiting for and paying for the legal proceedings.
And there are plenty of never-married people and people who have been divorced for decades who are jerks. Lisa My husband has only just moved out, but we were separated under the same roof for two years. I am really far too busy to date, and very nervous about it too, but I feel that I have processed the failure of my marriage and a proper relationship would be possible for me. I can see that some men would view my situation as very off putting, as my husband lives close by and we will continue to have a lot of contact because of our children who are still young.
But that is the way it is and best for them. It is my observation, though, that generally speaking men find it harder to let go after divorce. My son is 19 and is an old fashioned gentleman, treats his lovely girlfriend well, knows he wants a good relationship, marriage and children, puts in effort and expects it back, thinks porn cheapens and interferes in relationships and that online dating is a load of rubbish. So, ladies, have faith in the future generations. As far as now is concerned, in a face of what you quite accurately describe as an attitude of a vast number of leftover pool we meet, I think gotta keep going forward with a firm idea of what we want in a man and a relationship.
Grace is right, belief is vital. How true it came for me. Everything else is trying to control the uncontrollable. Sushi Congratulations on bringing up your son so well. I fear I am not doing so well with mine. Who knows what my future holds but I remain hopeful that it may include a loving relationship with a man. Call me an idiot but I still feel that is possible.
Dancingqueen I too yearn for meaningful companionship, probably because having had zero functional family, practically from the get go and being in a place where my only friends are folks I work with and cannot really confide in, except for animal herd, I am horribly alone. I have to travel miles one way to be with a man who is educated, well read, responsible, and takes care of himself.
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Hard when you teach full time and run a small farm and live where winter driving can be deadly. Your dudes sound like mine with the addition of being unemployed and uneducated. These dudes thenthink we aare evil picky bitches because we reject the even though they hate our values and lifestyle. Thisiswhine about wantiwanting to kill all need for human compcompanionship in myself or just shoot myse in the head and be done with it. Hon, you sound as bleak as I feel. You are totally out of your element. I wish the best for you and hope that once you retire you will relocate and put into place all the things in your life that you are missing now.
The women I know take a hell bent pride in outing players and telling other women about them in the social club and dining club I am in. The flip side is that these players then have a string of women at their beck and call as if it somehow enhances their desirability. But these women were what would be known as slags opening their legs to any offer. I never believed this man was shy and so it came to pass.
No great loss then ladies and the ones who do take up with these men are the ones who have low boundaries that are easily busted. I will maintain my boundaries rather than accept any desperate, broken man that comes my way and remain happily single without all the drama and shit they bring. Sisters are doing it for themselves and I have had great companionship with other women. Attitudes have changed though and many men are very disparaging about women seeing them as little more than sexual objects especially with on-line dating. There may be a worthwhile man who has lost out on a woman who is honest, caring, giving, reliable, loyal etc.
My head rules my heart so that my BS radar remains fully engaged now. It is very true as Lisa said, we should look at people as individuals and not paint with such broad strokes. But most everything Mr. Writer says I feel is true also. It seems no matter what or how good it looks initially, they just HAVE TO have some serious unacceptable quality that makes it a deal breaker. Married men who play around, separated, etc.
When it ends, you were the worst bitch on the planet. Not one, not two, but three marriages! My daughter told me that probably as a young man and beyond he never learned how to love a woman in a manner that she could feel satisfied. I think I realize now that his feelings run only so deep. The ED certainly clouded the picture too because I attributed so much of his behavior to that issue. Yet, at the same time, I always felt that if he loved me as I loved him he would have been willing to make more effort with sharing affection, and not just cut it off altogether.
How can you be so cavalier if you really love me? Anyway, now, at my age like Noquay said the only options I have are those men who have been divorced. We were so right for each other. But I have to learn how to be because I have no choice. My best friend is getting married next year, and another acquaintance who met a guy on line is having a whirlwind of a time in which he takes her on trips all over the world.
I deserve the same. And,, for myself, as long as I want a man so much he will remain out of reach. I mean, do what you want to me, neglect me, but protecting your kids transcends all of that. Shared by BoosherCacow , this story shows how protective a man can be towards his little ones and how quickly he can fall out of love with his wife when he realizes she is a really bad parent.
Wouldn't you too if you realized your SO was so irresponsible he let your young kids play on the road where they could be run over by a speeding car? We know we would! We tend to fall in love with the one who makes us feel like we are at home, safe from the terrors of the world outside. The one who we know would have our back regardless of the trials and tribulations we have to go through. In fact, when life goes downhill, which it often tends to do, they become our rock in the storm, holding us steady as we weather the challenge. That's why the following confession is so heartbreaking.
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Jarrid Wilson is a husband, pastor, author, and blogger. And he has a confession that has everyone talking lately. You'll see why below. She's an incredible girl.