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"Nothin' But A Heartache..."  

LufkinWriter997 66M
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7/5/2022 7:26 am
"Nothin' But A Heartache..."

The world is a wild and crazy place. It's very often a lonely place. Even for people in relationships, it can be lonely. The longer the relationship the greater the chances of life taking each person in a different direction, mentally, emotionally, and/or physically. In other words, people drift apart. When that happens, there's heartache no matter what, whether the couple stays together or breaks up.

With long-term relationships there are responsibilities. It's not easy or even always possible to totally break the bonds. There may not be any love or emotion or passion left but there is usually friendship and concern. Unless someone is entirely devoid of emotions and cold as ice they can't abandon friendship. So there is the dilemma.

When a man (or woman) finds himself in this situation it's exceptionally hard to figure out where to go or what to do. He wants all the things that used to exist at home. He desires passion and romance, attention and affection. He doesn't have it.

He looks elsewhere but finds so few women even want to be friends because the great wall of "marriage" stands in front of him like the Great Wall of China. But still, he hungers for a kind of love he no longer has. How does he breech the wall?

All of life is a melancholy experience. There's little bits of joy interspersed with many days of simply surviving with wrenching heartache and disappointment thrown in just for 'fun.' We try to find a way to have more joyous days an fewer heartaches but the truth is that many times in seeking joy we're also letting ourselves in for more heartache.

So what do we do? Do we simply let the painful parts of life bury us? Do we give in to depression and self-deprecation and loneliness? Or do we reach out and grab a handful of joy wherever it is? I choose the latter.

The friendship I have at home is comforting but at the same time my life is unfulfilled and unhappy. My wife and I have become so very different and for whatever reason she no longer finds me attractive or wants romance. I still do. So here I am, breaking all the rules. Rules were meant to be broken sometimes.

All we have is this one little lifetime. We should not waste it. We should not sink into depression if we can help it. We should push through it. That is what I am doing. "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!" Marines say, "Pain is weakness leaving the body." I think this applies to emotional<b> pain </font></b>too. Accept the<b> pain </font></b>but push past it into something better and something fulfilling.

I'm a passionate, loving, funny and sensual man. I love to make a woman happy. I love to hear her moans and shouts when we're having pleasure and to see her satisfying smile when we're just being together. I can't find that kind of relationship at home so I am looking for it here.

Judge me if you want to. Call me a 'cheater' if you choose. So be it. You have not walked a single step in my shoes. Until you do, you should hold your judgments.

I don't need a whole tassel of beauties. I'm no sugar-daddy. I'm just a guy who wants and needs to be with a woman who feels as I do. Not too much to ask, I don't think. Do you?

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