Colorado Curiousity  

dcos 55M
12 posts
2/25/2005 9:04 am

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Colorado Curiousity

I know there are hundreds if not thousands of poeple on AdultFriendFinder that are dissatisfied in their relationships. What happend to us? There are hundreds of reasons for my personal story. But are they legitimate... On top of that the concept of finding some sense of connections in AdultFriendFinder other than mutual masturbation seems impossible..... I dont feel that different from the rest of the world but maybe I am...

PreCiousDesTinY9 53F

3/3/2005 12:55 pm

Well, u r not different from the rest of us when ur relationship just doesn't function sexaully but hey u know what when u can find it in ur partner u find it else where whether it be it be in AdultFriendFinder or on a mutual date...It is all about how u go about thing and what u r looking for....

Queensland1950 66M

3/22/2005 6:02 pm

I sure need some jo friends.

Scorpius_Rising 48M

4/10/2005 12:37 am

So, why stay in those relationships? Get out... live your life!!

monkey4956 60F

6/22/2005 2:43 am

I'm ok with husband except for the sex! Found out recently that I Miss passion...will find it elsewhere..

fat_bottom_girl 56F

9/9/2005 1:29 pm

Hey... I agree with Scorpius... You've waited long enough. Just remember that you could wait longer for the next partner. No guarantees. =)

fat_bottom_girl 56F

9/12/2005 11:10 am

In stead of mutual masturbation, can we masterbate together?

Angel_of_flight 41F
1 post
11/1/2005 4:39 pm

I have read your blog with the sadness in that I identify. I gave 95% in my marriage and he gave 5%. Not that yours is like this. I am leaving because I can't continue. I don't know how you stay, yet it is a very deeply personal choice. I chose to leave.

LusciousSpanking 59F

3/14/2008 1:35 pm

Good Luck to you dear man!!
For you seem like a great individual with lots to offer
someone and besides a very compasstionate attitude about life.
Thanks for your sweetness!


Lustyandcurvy 53F

3/23/2008 1:46 pm

Marriage, attachments, sex ... I have come to the conclusion that the majority of people marry for the wrong reasons i.e. they are young and pregnant (chicks side, I want him and this is how I'm going to get him - guys side, duty, honor and obligation), have been taught that safety and security are the most important thing, or the sex is great they are handsome and rich. All bad reasons. The important part is realizing that staying in a marriage/ that isn't working isn't healthy for either partner. If there are kids involved, staying together for their sake doesn't work, they aren't stupid and will realize that but unfortunately they will develope their attitude about how marriages work from yours, they do better from a broken home with two happy parents that support them than from a home that's broken. Unfortunately I learned that the hard way.

Finding someone special who just fits is possible, sometimes timing isn't ideal but you learn to work through it and if all the right buttons are there and it's meant to be then in the long run you will be happy. We don't choose who we fall in love with it simply happens but we do have a choice as to whether or not we are open to it.

KCgosty 60F

9/15/2009 12:43 pm

I have a different point of view, I divorced 17 years ago and by my CHOICE I remained celebate for 12 years, I singlehandedly raised tow wonderful daughters, moved cross country x2 and earned my Masters degree. I really grew up and found out who I am and what I want. No baggage either. I am now ready to get into an LTR with the right person for the right reasons. I don't need anyone to buy me a house, pay my bills or raise my kids...I have done that and feel the sense of would be nice tho to have someone spoil me for once. I really don't want to have to work until I retire...but am prepared to do so if need be...I worked for my is paying off

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