Personally I'm staying a widower, no one can measure up to my late wife. When you've been married to the best, why mess with the rest.
Me too, my second wife, Cindy, the love of my life, died of lung cancer 3 years into our relationship, 11 months into our marriage.Me too. I don't think guys like us have much to contribute to this thread. Besides wishing the OP the best of luck.
Sorry for your loss. That sting really never goes completely away.Me too, my second wife, Cindy, the love of my life, died of lung cancer 3 years into our relationship, 11 months into our marriage.
She had just turned 44.
I remarried, disastrously, once more, and had a few, uh, other skirmishes.
I am always glad to see it work out for others, though.
I know of many strong, happy, supporting marriages.
It can happen.
You're 70 and you've only had two relationship break ups?At 70 years old I just went through my second relationship break up. I don’t know what experiences you guys are having but dating is not for the feint of heart. I’m using online sites because you at least get some volume of potential candidates. If they are on the site they are looking for partners too. At any rate it seems that I can accept a lot during the first 90 days. After that the small differences become more noticeable. The next step seems to be are those differences tolerable. I don’t seem to get past the final step. At any rate I’m not good alone. I need a partner and companionship. So I’m back at the dating site. Breakfast date this morning.
Get a dog or cat. They will accept that at this age (I'm 75) you are set in your ways.
Being a widower no woman could ever pass my expectations. Just date if you need human companionship.