I got stuck here by mistake!
I am in this situation right now My bi clock is ticking and I am older than my BF and he has one kid with his ex. He has stated he doesn't want another child because its too hard to raise the child he has. He has had some issues with his child's behavior and he also seems to think that his child should be good enough for me to have. Some other womens child he had with is just not the same thing as having a child of your own with the guy you love. His child doesn't even live with him so I don't see him often. I have no part in raising this child and he sure doesn't respect me as a mom. I do what I can when I actually see him and I try to be his friend, but that is all I can do. Why wouldn't the man you love want to have a child with you? He loves me and I love him, its getting worse and I'm starting to resent him for trying to make me miss out on motherhood. I'm slowly becoming more distant from him and I'm wondering how hard its going to be to get back out there at my age and try and find someone again not to mention marriage and children and there still is no guarantee i will find anybody. It sucks and im depressed as hell!!!
One of my favorite quotes about love and marriage comes from Oscar Wilde: A Man can be happy with any woman as long as he does not love her. While that saying makes me laugh, Wilde is also getting to something important: Marriage is tricky. And in today's society where the martial woes of everyone from the Sanfords to John and Kate Gosselin are headline news, we are presented with every reason in the world to give up on our relationships -- and fewer and fewer reasons to stay. While researching my most recent novel, I sat down and spoke to women, men, and married couples about why they do stay. And, sometimes, why they wished they had. This is the best advice I've found. 1. Love is a decision Watching Governor Sanford stand up over these past weeks and speak about how he found his soul mate in his Argentinean lover reminded me of something Pema Chodron, a Buddhist nun and author, wrote about Sweat Lodges. She wrote that the only way to be in a Sweat Lodge -- to experience all that
Just be good at what you so or at the least express your thoughts PLEASE
My stubborn over-protective mother will not let me have a normal love life...
actually its more of a frontal assault on your sense. You are the ones that choose this drivel and Im bored so I think Ill assault you, from afar.
In the mish-mash of different people, cultures, religions, etc. that we have in this modern world, is traditional romance still valid? Is it dead? Or does it simply have a new face in the 2000's?
Slap on some lipstick