The week holds promise.....  

AusTxman032 51M
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1/16/2006 7:26 am

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The week holds promise.....

Bloggy Mondays to you all!
I finished out a somewhat uneventful weekend...but that leads into a weekend where I think it may be life changing.
I am going to try and meet with some of my friends this weekend. Hopefully for a romantic evening of kissing...and who knows what else.
After this weekend, I think I am going to sit down with my wife and explain what I want to happen. I have been reading about divorce and seperation...the good ways it can be done and I am encouraged.

My kids long term emotional well being is the most important thing to me...and I think they will be ok. The best thing my wife and I ever did was have them....but they are also the only reason we are still together. I realized this weekend that my wife is a good friend and we need to support each other to make these kids grow into young adults without wanting to impale us with a knife or something.
I also realized that my feelings for my wife are just NOT intimate and romantic the way they SHOULD be in a marriage. I have known this for many years but have shrouded it in my own guilt..and thinking its all my fault...No MORE>

My alcoholic parent is gone now...along with the issues she brought to the table..and I need to move on to the next stage of my life.

Wish me well this week.....we will see!

Take care ---play hard and play safe!

MisssCuriousity 57F

1/17/2006 6:34 pm

Seems well thought out, although somehow it never actually goes as planned. Mine was spur of the moment decision, based on 6 years of knowing better. I can honestly say i dont regret it a bit. Parting as friends can be a really great thing. Kids learn alot by watching parents start over in a positive way.

I think that year i spent in celibacy was the best idea i ever had. I realize that could be an eye opener coming from someone on a site such as this. I didn't do it out of saddness or loss, but rather in a regrouping tactic. I THOUGHT i knew what i wanted in life.. and that changed drastically when i was hurled by my decision into a single lifestyle. Again.. no regrets

Take time to breathe.. .. afterward and often. It has taken me 2 years to discover what it is im actually searching for.. hell, and i thought i had half a mind..

AusTxman032 51M
62 posts
1/18/2006 5:35 am

Thanks to both of you...the advice is taken. I know it will be diffrent...I have never lived on my own...always either had a roommate..or my wife. I think I need it to truly build a life for myself. I have met several people that want to support me. I love being around ppl, I think thats part of it.

I dont think I could deal with being celibate for a year...but I see where your coming from Miss....I do need to make sure...that kids are taken care of and I am taken care of.

I may just drown myself in Work...I rent Margarita Machines on the that is always fun...hehe.

Bye the are both stunning...thanks for the input!

Geoff aka Fuzzy Tummy

MisssCuriousity 57F

1/19/2006 5:00 am

Enjoy learning to live alone.... i never had either.... you can learn the steps, but its still an aquired taste..

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