rm_babywhale23 80M
4 posts
4/14/2006 5:27 pm

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On 06/01/06 my long suffering wife and I will have bee married 49 years. In that time Ihave treated her very badly, acting like a single man and all that thatimplies.
Two years or more ago she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and dementia, to such a degree that she is now permanently in a care home. My chickens are actually vultures, waiting for me to be off guard.
I visit her and find I'm no longer in her 'little world'.
I am legally blind, have Parkinson's disease, depression but am the eternal optimist.
I get my support from friends of Bill W and Dr Bob....thus I'm alive to tell the story.
geoff g

willgivesex4U 63F
21 posts
4/20/2006 9:47 pm

geoff....there is good and bad in life...we do the best we can....not all of our decisions work out for us or the others in our life...but we try....being an optimist is the best that we can do in a world like we's the best way to get through it.....good for you...sorry about your wife....alzheimer's is very tragic indeed...I know because my grandmother had it.....but keep your chin up....she is getting care and that is the best that can be done for take care of yourself....if you need to break with the loneliness...act like you are single again....feel a woman's body next to yours.....taste each other....and enjoy the delites of being together.....

rm_babywhale23 80M

4/21/2006 3:29 am

Hi my American friend. Yes it's been very difficult but our marriage was more or less barren.
I feel very encouraged by your comment. Tnank you very much, for your caring and warmth. x x

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