I’m 47 and have been divorced after a marriage of 4 years, followed by a 2-year serious relationship. I have been single and dating, on and off, for four years.
My marriage was very lonely and sad, although he was a good, decent man. My next relationship was with a woman who turned my life upside-down. It was the most passionate relationship I’ve ever experienced. With hindsight, I can see that it was abusive and damaging, but in the midst of it I was giddy with love.
Since then I’ve dated men and I’m very self-contained, rarely lonely, confident, and I am seeking a partner who either blows my mind – a big love, like my last major relationship (without being abusive) – or who brings something to the table such as joy or new exciting challenges
|Ethnic Origins||Native / Aboriginal|
|Home Location||Dayton, Ohio, United States of America|
|Height||3.12" (121 cm)|
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I am not just seeking someone to ward off loneliness. Every person I have dated has wanted to become very serious very quickly. I find this incredibly off-putting. There is a desperation among the people I have met to just couple-up quickly and get on with watching television in companionable silence
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|Interested in||Men, Women|
|Aged between||45 - 85|
|Diet||A careful diet|
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