Lin_in_Cave Creek Posted May 20, 2008 Report Share Posted May 20, 2008 Another BAD day! I can't get past the lonliness. Everything I do, I do alone. Everyone, except me, has moved on with their life. I miss doing the little things with him...talking about the day, working around the house, gardening, getting a bite to eat while shopping, last minute dinner dates. My teenage children are here every night (mostly playing video games), so it's not the same. I'm only 50, and sometimes I think about meeting a widower who is just as lonely as me. Would it be wrong to develop a friendship so that we could do all those things we did with our spouses. Do such relationships exist or does there always have to be intimacy? Is it "too soon?" I feel horrible for thinking about another man, but sometimes the lonliness hurts more than the missing, and when you put those 2 things together, there is such a big void in my life. I live 2500 miles away from my family, and the friends that I've made since moving here 10 years ago, hardly have time for me. I'm not even sure if this is what I want, but I do know I am very lonely and it sucks! Lin Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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