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I have no Idea anymore!

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Michael820 - 41-45 years old - male

Posted by Michael820
on September 21st, 2011 at 12:56 AM


    In all honesty I have no idea anymore on anything. I am a middle aged man with no clue on life. I am adrift in a sea of people all who are wanting to live their lives the best that they know how. My relationships with my family, friends and those I love are at best a long stilted conversations as we try to find common ground. I sometimes wonder if taking vows to join the priest hood would not make more sense. I have no clue where my relationship with my second wife Andrea is going, we first seem to split apart only to get back together again. I cannot explain it, or reason with it. We are miserable together as we are not exactly what the other wants, but when we are apart we are even more miserable apart. We make do, but somehow it is not enough. When we just let things be, let it lay and just happen it is good and wonderful. But sadly we just cannot let it be. I am tired, I am lonely and ultimately I am going to be alone.

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  1. meezkite - 51-55 years old - male

    Posted by meezkite on February 25th, 2013 at 3:14 AM

    I think a lot of people are in the same situation as you are in - to some degree or another. I wouldn't worry too much about it, you seem to be getting on with your life.



    The only suggestion I can come up with is if you could explore and examine how life can be more rewarding and meaningful to you. If you want your relationships to improve, you must understand that takes some work. Open up and communicate with others ... don't just chat, have some deep conversations with the people closest to you.



    Good luck!

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