Dating delimas for 58 yr old men
I love them and consider them my closest friends and, even though I don’t do it, I feel that I could call on them in times of need. But I still feel we have a bond that has lasted through the years and, even though I don’t see them that much, I believe we are all very close. It’s the classic case of school’s out, boy meets girl, boy and girl get married, boy and girl have baby boys and girls – life moves fast and before you know it’s been years since you’ve had time for your mates.I am one of the lucky ones who can say that their partner is their best friend. I can think of no one with whom I’d rather spend time.It takes a great deal of effort to establish close friends and even more effort to keep them.Then there's the problem of close friends that move away, so you see them less often.and when the divorce went through he came back for a second lots.and financial gain sorry I raised my children all on my own with no financial support from him he was self employed.Add to that the 76 per cent of males who don't feel emotionally supported, and it becomes a glaring social issue.
If you have a woman, you have to guard against your close male friends from becoming too close to your woman.I'm saddened that he's moving and I know I will see less of him, and when I think of the amount of times I've relied on him for support in numerous ways, it makes me realise just how much a good mate means to you. Women (I am one) take advantage of financial settlement laws designed to soften the blow for them while men are cast aside, lost and lonely, so they just suck it up and suffer in silence.Well the key comment is his poor financial position caused by a bad marriage split so he has to move 300 kms away from all that is familiar. There are many reasons why mateship is almost a thing of the past.Have you lost a male friend or family member to suicide?What suggestions do you have for any of our members looking to improve their social connections?