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Hey Miggy, you're a sweetheart and a genuine person, wish I lived closer so I could meet you. If that's your pic at age 48, you look a heck of a lot better than 90% of the 48-year-old women I see!
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Mig, its the season for feeling down. A lot of us going thourgh it. The world sucks. It just does. One day at a time...
I know how you feel. I am 53. Seems all crazy, all nuts.
Its the way the world is now. Live one day at a time. One step after another....
And know the return of Him is soon to come.
Meet you on the other side!! And will give ya a hug.
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Hey Miggy, you're a sweetheart and a genuine person, wish I lived closer so I could meet you. If that's your pic at age 48, you look a heck of a lot better than 90% of the 48-year-old women I see!
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Hey Miggy, you're a sweetheart and a genuine person, wish I lived closer so I could meet you. If that's your pic at age 48, you look a heck of a lot better than 90% of the 48-year-old women I see!
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I hope your not just a bastard trying to get laid. I am so sick of those kind of people.yoda
Leave the girl alone please!!
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I see them at work. Its all they think of it seems. Porking some one anyone. It makes me sick to know them. So sad what we have become..

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20 elementary school children were just slaughtered and this is what's on your mind?

Here's my advice. Don't date. You're a psychotic piece of crap.
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You're an ass.
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You don't need advice Miggy, and you know it in your heart. Just be yourself specifically- 'be the love that you are'.hf
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Hi Miggy,
Lake Hamilton Bible Camp has a women's conference in February. (15th -17th). This conference is specifically for women and the ministry is by women to other women. The camp is located in Hot Springs, Arkansas. If you can't attend the camp-meeting, please watch it online at; [link to www.lakehamiltonbiblecamp.com]
I have admiration for you, based on your previous posts and responses, I can tell that your heart is very good and your thoughts and reasoning processes are outstanding.
I am sorry that you were attacked as quickly as you were when you posted asking for advise.
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I lost my wife five years ago. Complications from MS. I've been feeling pretty down for most of this time. met a wonderful girl in September. We really hit it off.
I wasn't looking for anybody, It just happened. Your an attractive and smart girl. You will find someone. Just be patient. If it happened for me it can happen for you!
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you should visualize a time when you were at your happiest with a man, any suitable man.

Imagine a time in the future where you will be happy again with another man.
Do your absolute best and the rest is fate.
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Hey Miggy, you're a sweetheart and a genuine person, wish I lived closer so I could meet you. If that's your pic at age 48, you look a heck of a lot better than 90% of the 48-year-old women I see!
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I hope your not just a bastard trying to get laid. I am so sick of those kind of people.yoda
Leave the girl alone please!!
Edit to add..
I see them at work. Its all they think of it seems. Porking some one anyone. It makes me sick to know them. So sad what we have become..
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You read THAT into my post? Good grief. I give her a compliment after all the insulting posts on this thread and you tell me to "leave her alone?"
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Miggy

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Miggy,it sucks learning about your EX on facebook. I had to quit bc it often kept me tethered to people from my past that are not relevant to my current life. I know it helps us feel connected, but the connections were very shallow for me.

I have had times when I have heard my x was doing something with their new partner that was something we did together, and it stung. Like you finding out they got married in Cuba. It hurts to feel replaceable.

I say it is time for you to move on and there are good suggestions here. I would also look to building up from within and not focus so much on the outer world.
What are the qualities you would like in a partner?
What are the activities you would like to share with them?
Sometimes considering these things helps to draw people with these qualities to us.

You seem like a kind person and I hope that you will share soon that you have met your match. I say let go of the fear of judgement from your small community and embrace that you are a part of a bigger community who has accepted you as you are.

Good luck, I am thinking of you.
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I'm reminded of Thornton Wilder's play Our Town. In it, a man is relating terrible advice that was given to him from his father on how to have a happy marriage. He decides to ignore every bit of his father's advice, and that's why he had a happy marriage!

There's some truth to that. Advice is cheap and usually worthless.

While we've disagreed on a couple of occasions on Christians and preparedness, I wanted to send you an encouraging word. At first this was a long post, but I'll sum it up.

You're gorgeous. You seem pretty sweet, not ridgid like many Christians, but there's a limited pool of available guys in your small town.

There's lots of ways to meet people on the Internet. There are dating sites for Christians. There are inexpensive ones for dating people in your age group. Lots of people are willing to write you and you can meet them slowly by writing back and forth.

This gives you a chance to pursue the ones that seem encouraging or interesting, and to simply ignore the ones that don't seem to be good matches. Why not try that, and see if there's someone in a town that's not too far away? The most you have to lose is time.

If someone seems interesting, you can always run a background check on them prior to actually going out. It's a wise idea when dating a stranger.

Seldom can your friends hook you up with a decent person. They mean well, but they usually do a terrible job.

Don't give up hope. You have a long life ahead of you. There's lots of guys who would enjoy meeting you and having a pleasant night of conversation.

One final thing....consider going away to a seminar for Christians somewhere, one in which you'd meet people of your mindset, but having an adventure together. You'll probably have a fine time meeting others, and who knows, maybe you'll meet someone special and be able to write back and forth. Taking a couple of these a year, maybe four or so will give you a chance to encounter some people that you wouldn't have met otherwise.
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20 elementary school children were just slaughtered and this is what's on your mind?

Here's my advice. Don't date. You're a psychotic piece of crap.
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Children are slaughtered EVERY day stupid this time it just happens to be in your neighborhood and suddenly you care? Stfu the world will keep spinning regardless, she's not a psychotic piece of shit you are.

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Be careful out there Miggy -

It's much safer here at GLP.

Judging by your avatar you'll have no problem attracting men. The problem is that most of them won't be what you're looking for...

I always tried to go by my own advice... Which is: If you want to find someone you'll want to be with, go someplace you really want to go, and do something you really want to do... Odds are that you'll find that person there, doing that same thing.

Of course, I always seem to cave on that, lol... and opt for the bar, or the church, or the online dating scam.

Best of luck in your search...

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Soul mates are one thing but it sounds like you need s e x !
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Hope it works out for you...it doesn't always, you know...but it can...hf
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bump for a good soul
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Guys, you've always been a source I feel I can come to if I can't work through something and I'm wondering if you can help me through a predicament. 1dunno1

It's hard to believe I'm 52 years old and am going on five years now of having no desire to form relationships with men. scratching


I dated heavily during my 20's and 30's before finding the man I thought was my soul mate. I have been loyal to him for the past twenty years, even though he pretty much moved on in 2009. I kept thinking he would return to me one day and so I've waited. hiding

I learned yesterday (via that evil FaceBook) that he got married in Cuba last weekend- something we had always talked about doing. dcomp

I'm kind of sick to my stomach this morning but feel if I don't soon address this issue and FORCE myself to go out into the world and even just attempt to socialize then I might as well just hang it all up. bricks


The problem is that my self esteem is pretty shot these days. I'm still the same person inside but I'm certain I don't project the positivity I used to feel and display. cheer

I never used to have a problem going out alone for dinner or even to a wine bar to listen to a little jazz by myself but the thought of doing such things now absolutely terrifies me. uhoh

Fortunately, I don't have the money to do so now anyway. tounge

But there are plenty of places I could venture out to over the next several nights if I could just get a boost of self confidence. 885



Is it even worth it? I mean, does a 50+ year old woman even have a chance in HELL of ever getting married one day? Could my REAL soulmate still be out there wondering where I've been all of his life? Is it pointless for me to even TRY at this late age of life? wtf


I raked leaves yesterday and was given $20 which is a LOT of money for me- especially to BLOW when I could really use it for groceries.

But I feel like it's an investment into my future, as silly as that seems. flower

I'm not expecting to meet anyone really but I feel I must MAKE myself venture back out there. And I HATE the thought of doing this. question

It's further complicated because this is such a small town I live in. Believe me, if I go out in this conservative town alone tonight it will be the gossip at the local Walmart all day tomorrow. secrets

I don't have enough money to get a haircut or anything but I've still got nice clothes, makeup and a killer perfume. ratdance

Thank GOD for dark bars and a $3 lass of wine! wine

Anyone know of a killer, quick course on self-esteem or a motivational pep talk of some kind I can watch? woohoo

Any ideas on what I can do? Where I should go? What I should do if I suddenly have a meltdown? gaah

I am a Christian but I enjoy a laugh-filled evening over a couple of beers as much as anyone. drinks


Please be kind in your comments. I'm feeling a bit fragile at the moment. naughty

Bless you, my dear friends on GLP.

hugs hugs hugs

Miggy

PS. If this works out I'll have a friend snap my photo before I go out and change that awful 4-year old photo of me. You won't recognize the "new" Miggy. On second thought, I'd better keep the older one (taken in better days) up. chuckle
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Oh please, do you have any idea how many older women have it way harder then what you are describing. The ones who can not afford a $3.00 glass of wine or ever go out to dinner. Looks and men aren't everything in life.
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Hello Miggy,

I tried to respond back...but, it looks like my post was deleted. My post was meant as humorous, but the point would be the same. You are down on yourself and you should not be! There is definitely somebody out there for you! Trust in God. You are better off without the loser!

God Bless!
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i'm watching this thread.
closely...
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I watching you pretty closely because you are "smokin' hot
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Guys, you've always been a source I feel I can come to if I can't work through something and I'm wondering if you can help me through a predicament. 1dunno1

It's hard to believe I'm 52 years old and am going on five years now of having no desire to form relationships with men. scratching


I dated heavily during my 20's and 30's before finding the man I thought was my soul mate. I have been loyal to him for the past twenty years, even though he pretty much moved on in 2009. I kept thinking he would return to me one day and so I've waited. hiding

I learned yesterday (via that evil FaceBook) that he got married in Cuba last weekend- something we had always talked about doing. dcomp

I'm kind of sick to my stomach this morning but feel if I don't soon address this issue and FORCE myself to go out into the world and even just attempt to socialize then I might as well just hang it all up. bricks


The problem is that my self esteem is pretty shot these days. I'm still the same person inside but I'm certain I don't project the positivity I used to feel and display. cheer

I never used to have a problem going out alone for dinner or even to a wine bar to listen to a little jazz by myself but the thought of doing such things now absolutely terrifies me. uhoh

Fortunately, I don't have the money to do so now anyway. tounge

But there are plenty of places I could venture out to over the next several nights if I could just get a boost of self confidence. 885



Is it even worth it? I mean, does a 50+ year old woman even have a chance in HELL of ever getting married one day? Could my REAL soulmate still be out there wondering where I've been all of his life? Is it pointless for me to even TRY at this late age of life? wtf


I raked leaves yesterday and was given $20 which is a LOT of money for me- especially to BLOW when I could really use it for groceries.

But I feel like it's an investment into my future, as silly as that seems. flower

I'm not expecting to meet anyone really but I feel I must MAKE myself venture back out there. And I HATE the thought of doing this. question

It's further complicated because this is such a small town I live in. Believe me, if I go out in this conservative town alone tonight it will be the gossip at the local Walmart all day tomorrow. secrets

I don't have enough money to get a haircut or anything but I've still got nice clothes, makeup and a killer perfume. ratdance

Thank GOD for dark bars and a $3 lass of wine! wine

Anyone know of a killer, quick course on self-esteem or a motivational pep talk of some kind I can watch? woohoo

Any ideas on what I can do? Where I should go? What I should do if I suddenly have a meltdown? gaah

I am a Christian but I enjoy a laugh-filled evening over a couple of beers as much as anyone. drinks


Please be kind in your comments. I'm feeling a bit fragile at the moment. naughty

Bless you, my dear friends on GLP.

hugs hugs hugs

Miggy

PS. If this works out I'll have a friend snap my photo before I go out and change that awful 4-year old photo of me. You won't recognize the "new" Miggy. On second thought, I'd better keep the older one (taken in better days) up. chuckle
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Oh please, do you have any idea how many older women have it way harder then what you are describing. The ones who can not afford a $3.00 glass of wine or ever go out to dinner. Looks and men aren't everything in life.
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That's funny because I'm looking for a 50+ woman to be with me, and I don't see any. Do you know how I can find one?
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Guys, you've always been a source I feel I can come to if I can't work through something and I'm wondering if you can help me through a predicament. 1dunno1

It's hard to believe I'm 52 years old and am going on five years now of having no desire to form relationships with men. scratching


I dated heavily during my 20's and 30's before finding the man I thought was my soul mate. I have been loyal to him for the past twenty years, even though he pretty much moved on in 2009. I kept thinking he would return to me one day and so I've waited. hiding

I learned yesterday (via that evil FaceBook) that he got married in Cuba last weekend- something we had always talked about doing. dcomp

I'm kind of sick to my stomach this morning but feel if I don't soon address this issue and FORCE myself to go out into the world and even just attempt to socialize then I might as well just hang it all up. bricks


The problem is that my self esteem is pretty shot these days. I'm still the same person inside but I'm certain I don't project the positivity I used to feel and display. cheer

I never used to have a problem going out alone for dinner or even to a wine bar to listen to a little jazz by myself but the thought of doing such things now absolutely terrifies me. uhoh

Fortunately, I don't have the money to do so now anyway. tounge

But there are plenty of places I could venture out to over the next several nights if I could just get a boost of self confidence. 885



Is it even worth it? I mean, does a 50+ year old woman even have a chance in HELL of ever getting married one day? Could my REAL soulmate still be out there wondering where I've been all of his life? Is it pointless for me to even TRY at this late age of life? wtf


I raked leaves yesterday and was given $20 which is a LOT of money for me- especially to BLOW when I could really use it for groceries.

But I feel like it's an investment into my future, as silly as that seems. flower

I'm not expecting to meet anyone really but I feel I must MAKE myself venture back out there. And I HATE the thought of doing this. question

It's further complicated because this is such a small town I live in. Believe me, if I go out in this conservative town alone tonight it will be the gossip at the local Walmart all day tomorrow. secrets

I don't have enough money to get a haircut or anything but I've still got nice clothes, makeup and a killer perfume. ratdance

Thank GOD for dark bars and a $3 lass of wine! wine

Anyone know of a killer, quick course on self-esteem or a motivational pep talk of some kind I can watch? woohoo

Any ideas on what I can do? Where I should go? What I should do if I suddenly have a meltdown? gaah

I am a Christian but I enjoy a laugh-filled evening over a couple of beers as much as anyone. drinks


Please be kind in your comments. I'm feeling a bit fragile at the moment. naughty

Bless you, my dear friends on GLP.

hugs hugs hugs

Miggy

PS. If this works out I'll have a friend snap my photo before I go out and change that awful 4-year old photo of me. You won't recognize the "new" Miggy. On second thought, I'd better keep the older one (taken in better days) up. chuckle
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Oh please, do you have any idea how many older women have it way harder then what you are describing. The ones who can not afford a $3.00 glass of wine or ever go out to dinner. Looks and men aren't everything in life.
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That's funny because I'm looking for a 50+ woman to be with me, and I don't see any. Do you know how I can find one?
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I'm not looking for men myself but ask OP.
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Haven't been in a relationship yet since my divorce in '08. I've dated. Had the occasional one nighters. In the end, I really just can't find anyone to have a relationship with. Or I'm just not relationship material. The fact that I am on GLP speaks volumes about me. I'm not mainstream and most women are mainstream. My family says I am a great catch and wonder why I am still single yet they also say I am difficult to have a normal conversation with, eccentric, and they just don't get me. See the irony? I've kind of given up on the whole idea of a relationship and true love. I'm 41. Easier just to do my own things, raise my daughter, and take life one day at a time. My point is that you need to ask yourself if you are really relationship material.

I can't offer words of encouragement like many others have on this thread. Not my style. I prefer to be blunt (another turn off I hear). Right now you literally stink of desperation. Sorry, but true. You've got to knock that off and just live. The only time any of us really are 'in love' is when we are doing something we like to do. On another thread someone mentioned that depression is living in the past, anxiety is living in the future, and happiness is living in the present. When you go to a movie alone and feel depressed, it is because you are living in the past (remembering when you went to a movie with someone). Why not enjoy the movie and forget about the need to share it with someone? When the lights go off, it's not like anyone is really 'sharing' the show anyway. Live and let life take you where it goes. If you meet someone along the way, great! If you don't, great! Get it?
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Just wanted to say hey Miggy and that I'm sure you will bounce back.

Let the guys come to you, but don't be shy, and don't worry about what the morans at Walmart might be saying. None of their darn business.

Sounds like you have a lot to give, and I'm sure your life has probably gone the route it has for a reason and that's to get you to where it's taking you next.

Your destination.

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Haven't been in a relationship yet since my divorce in '08. I've dated. Had the occasional one nighters. In the end, I really just can't find anyone to have a relationship with. Or I'm just not relationship material. The fact that I am on GLP speaks volumes about me. I'm not mainstream and most women are mainstream. My family says I am a great catch and wonder why I am still single yet they also say I am difficult to have a normal conversation with, eccentric, and they just don't get me. See the irony? I've kind of given up on the whole idea of a relationship and true love. I'm 41. Easier just to do my own things, raise my daughter, and take life one day at a time. My point is that you need to ask yourself if you are really relationship material.

I can't offer words of encouragement like many others have on this thread. Not my style. I prefer to be blunt (another turn off I hear). Right now you literally stink of desperation. Sorry, but true. You've got to knock that off and just live. The only time any of us really are 'in love' is when we are doing something we like to do. On another thread someone mentioned that depression is living in the past, anxiety is living in the future, and happiness is living in the present. When you go to a movie alone and feel depressed, it is because you are living in the past (remembering when you went to a movie with someone). Why not enjoy the movie and forget about the need to share it with someone? When the lights go off, it's not like anyone is really 'sharing' the show anyway. Live and let life take you where it goes. If you meet someone along the way, great! If you don't, great! Get it?
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Great advice...hf
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Who's blocking you from changing your mind?
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Haven't been in a relationship yet since my divorce in '08. I've dated. Had the occasional one nighters. In the end, I really just can't find anyone to have a relationship with. Or I'm just not relationship material. The fact that I am on GLP speaks volumes about me. I'm not mainstream and most women are mainstream. My family says I am a great catch and wonder why I am still single yet they also say I am difficult to have a normal conversation with, eccentric, and they just don't get me. See the irony? I've kind of given up on the whole idea of a relationship and true love. I'm 41. Easier just to do my own things, raise my daughter, and take life one day at a time. My point is that you need to ask yourself if you are really relationship material.

I can't offer words of encouragement like many others have on this thread. Not my style. I prefer to be blunt (another turn off I hear). Right now you literally stink of desperation. Sorry, but true. You've got to knock that off and just live. The only time any of us really are 'in love' is when we are doing something we like to do. On another thread someone mentioned that depression is living in the past, anxiety is living in the future, and happiness is living in the present. When you go to a movie alone and feel depressed, it is because you are living in the past (remembering when you went to a movie with someone). Why not enjoy the movie and forget about the need to share it with someone? When the lights go off, it's not like anyone is really 'sharing' the show anyway. Live and let life take you where it goes. If you meet someone along the way, great! If you don't, great! Get it?
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great advice!

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