Run away from the people with kids and spouses.
Why would there be a void?<br />
The whole....... spouse children thing is not the only way...<br />
There are plenty of things to do that are far more fun and relaxing than being tied down like that. Not that I am against the whole kids and spouse stuff... but just that it shouldn't be something to rely upon or be desperate for.<br />
Think from a young age..... all the romance stuff.. all the relationship stuff on the tv..movies, songs...playing dolls at a young age...<br />
There is more to life than that procreate and love stuff that is sold to people their whole lives.
I used to travel, explore my interests, join clubs, take classes, shop, meet new people etc.,. Enjoy your free time. Marriage and kids are blessings, but loads of responsibility.
It very much depends on the person, some will perceive a void and some will not. I left my wife after our marriage because intolerable and then found my soul mate, only to lose her. I have kids, but I still perceive a void I can not fill. It is new and right now it is killing me. Time will help.
Dance and sing.
HI pakko<br />
haha! There is no void! What you see before you is the sea of knowledge!<br />
Well something like that:<br />
"I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me." Isaac Newton<br />
enjoy it!<br />
Best wishes<br />
Find a woman and rehearse making kids.
shop, eat out, and lots of web surfing.
I think the biggest way to fill that void is to love and be loved. Help others... whether it be volunteering or looking at the people around you... are they elderly and need help or just lonely and need company? If someone has just lost someone or had surgery, bringing them a kind gesture of food, means sooo much. Maybe you have neices and nephews to spend time with. My life is definitely most fulfilled when I am doing kind acts for others and I cannot begin to tell you how much I get in return.
Anything i feel like doing!<br />
feeling jealous yet?<br />
I at the moment am learing more about myself.<br />
And as the saying goes....you can`t miss what you have never had....so there is no void.
i agree with hoping1day. I felt happiest inside when i done something good for someone. thats the true happiness and fullfilling.
going to church and surfing the internet..works for me.
Well, right now I am playing with my new phone that I won (yay) in a competition.<br />
Its a Sony Ericsson X8<br />
Wow. cool, it can do that.<br />
It can tell me what I already know. It tells me where I live in the gps map.<br />
And If I do that with it...wait.....I will get it.......bugger........its got a built in compass. wow.<br />
I will never get lost now.<br />
I wonder if its got a spouse locator.
more time for foreplay...lol
i was marreid to my wife at age 13 and we knew up front we could never have kids the first 6 years were great as we had each other<br />
she was killed in 1967 and most of my life sense then i have spent chasing death so i could joy my wife and her mother in death<br />
i made a rpomise to never try and take my own life again i just forgot to get the promis from our mother<br />
she killed herself the same day her daughter was killed think i was also dead as i was report KIA the day before in a plane crash due to friendy fire
I have a beautiful friend who is unable to have children ,so she raises orphaned. Kangaroo joeys
we pay for you losers that have kids, your welcome
i weight train, run, weight train, vist friends run, weight train, visit friends i run, weight train, visit friends <br />
good lord im boring
I still don't have kids, but before I had a spouse I was single till my mid-20s. I agree with the comment that some people don't perceive a void at all but I was not one of those people. However, I had so many hobbies and interests that I couldn't possibly fit them all into a day/week/month/etc, and staying busy was a good way to not feel lonely. Plus, most of the activities involved other people in some way; it's impossible to feel completely lonely if you're not a hermit and have things you enjoy doing with people you enjoy spending time with.<br />
This being said, keep in mind that some people WITH kids and spouses still feel a void. It is never a good idea to look to someone else for your own happiness. Nobody will be able to satisfy that entirely...