Female , 56-60
Feeling hopeful
I can't wait until football season is here IN EARNEST!

I am a 60 year old teenager who loves her music, her faith, her children &, most importantly, HER CATS!!!

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Member Since Nov 26, 2011
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I Fight Depression and Loneliness Everyday

Now I Am Glad I Lost A Job! A Cautionary Tale For Those Quick To Blame Themselves For years, I have beaten myself up for years over jobs lost. Especially my job with the country's largest full service bank. I told myself that who ever said that I am worthless... [more]
  • I Fight Depression and Loneliness Everyday

    Why Do Holidays Seem To Get Worse Each Year? I suppose in reality, one isn't really any worse than the year before, but maybe the sad feelings intensify the longer they go on each "festive" celebration.. Fifty two years is a long time to feel lo… [more]
  • I Fight Depression and Loneliness Everyday

    Here It Comes Again Yes, the second worse occasion, worse than Valentine's Day. New Years Eve celebrations. I only go for the booze & the buzz. Then at midnight, when everyone else is kissing, I find something to appear … [more]
  • I Fight Depression and Loneliness Everyday

    Discernment I have had to grapple with the fact that I'm extremely unattractive all of my life. When I was young & supposed to be at my physical aesthetic best.  I was at my most attractive period with a mediocr… [more]
  • I Fight Depression and Loneliness Everyday

    It's The Worse Time Of The Year Well, NFL season is officially over with the Giants taking the Super Bowl. Basketball is only interesting when it's NCAA playoff time/aka March Madness. All I have to look forward to is that pitchers … [more]
  • Venting Confessions

    Bucket List
    I have to admit to being depressed lately. It's as bad as it has ever been before and I have fought depression all of my life. I think about putting my life in order so that when the time comes, I can leave with no regrets. So, I started a bucket list. All it did was add to my depression, because I realized that NOTHINT on that list is achievable. I want to dance with someone, but not only are my knees so crippled now that I spend a lot of time in a wheelchair, no one would ask. I want a man to look me in the eyes and smile, to ask me on a date, to hold my hand and to not be ashamed to be seen with me in public. Not gonna happen. I want to know what it is like to have a conversation with a m… [more]