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A Good Woman
November 1, 2001
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A good woman is proud. She respects herself and others. She is AWARE of who she is. She neither seeks definition from the person she is with, nor does she expect them to read her mind. She is quite capable of articulating her needs. A good woman is hopeful. She is strong enough to make all her dreams come true. She knows love, therefore she gives love. She recongnizes that her love has GREAT value and must be reciprocated. If her love is taken for granted, it soon disappears. A good woman has a dash of inspiration and a dabble of endurance. She knows that she will at times have to inspire others to reach their full potential. A good woman knows her past, understands her present and forces toward the future. A good woman does not live in fear of the future because of her past. Instead, she understands that her life experiences are merely lessons meant to bring her closer to self-knowledge and unconditional self love.

November 1, 2001
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....did "you" write this?

November 1, 2001
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that is really good, another tatoo, running out of space,

November 2, 2001
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No I wish I wrote it. It was sent to me from a friend and it is by that great author anonymous:-)
I just thought it would br good to share, but I should have tacked on the anon byline so as not to touch into plagerization. Thanks ladies!

November 2, 2001
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I've read the banter between you and Ladeska on my other thread and it seems that BlondieNYC is working very hard at it!! Be proud to be who you are!!!

November 7, 2001
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I'm writing but not sure why. I've read all that was written and enjoy everyone's comments. I'm a Boston lady. I'm 50+ and I'm guessing I'm the oldest one on this site. One thing is true though, we all have the same feelings and thoughts no matter what our age. I was in a relationship with a wonderful man who has a lot of problems. I convinced myself that I wanted to marry this man and that he had all the qualities I wanted in a partner. The good ones. He is thoughtful. He is funny and kind. He is very helpful. He will fix anything that is broken around my house. He does all kinds of errands for me. He is always there for me. He is handsome. He has a good job with a decent income. He loves his grown children and mine. He pays for every meal and we go out to eat a lot. He is very active and healthy for his age. (62). The bad news. He is an alcoholic, that drinks maybe once a month for one evening then stops, sometimes he stops for 2 or 3 months. He has lied about his drinking many times. He has been married twice and said he can't marry again for fear it would end up in Divorce court again. He gave me a diamond one Christmas then I had to give it back when he wouldn't talk about getting married and was just trying to keep me from leaving him. He sold his home and moved in with me (this made me very happy) shortly after moving in he told me he wanted to buy another house and move out. I found out that the only reason he sold his other house was nothing to do with me. I had been under the impression that even though he didn't want to get married he did want us to start our life together and that was why he moved in. I was wrong and very disappointed. I had made up my mind not to force the marriage issue and wanted to be with him under any conditions. He told me he loved me and wanted to be with me forever. He said what he had was also mine. He just didn't want to be married again.
Well here is the kicker I've been with this man for 10 1/2 years. Most of the time we were together and for the few times we split up it was him doing it. Well he just told me that we are more like friends and that he thought it time to end this relationship. He did it a little nicer then this but I'm in acute pain over it. I know I'm the fool but I feel betrayed, abandoned and very scared to be alone. I don't feel like I will ever meet someone again at my age. It was helpful just to put this down in works. Any words of wisdom would be appreciated. I don't usually like critisism but if I get some I will embrace it. Thanks ahead of time.

November 7, 2001
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So, sorry... But be greatful for the little things, you don't have to loose your equity to him in divorce court. We see the signs and ignore them. There is no doubt that you are feeling abandoned, and betrayed. The being alone you will get used to, some of us are alone in our relationships, that is worse. Time heals all wounds, and please don't tell me that 50 is old, I hit 48 in 11 days, and am on the edge of a whole new life, job, location, and going to celebrate being alone. Doesn't sound like he put you through to much on his journey, as some men do, just up and went with a knock the wind out of you. Its the little things to be greatful for. Keep your self busy, perhaps you can seek some counseling to help you with your grief, and anger.

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