In November, my husband of 43 years left me. No warning, no fights. He told me that he didn't love me anymore, but that he DOES love another woman. Of course, he said I own part of the blame, but since there was no apparent problem (he HEVER complained), I refuse to accept ANY blame. He filed for HIS divorce in January. Anyway, now I guess I have to go on. At my age (63), it's a lot more difficult than if I were younger. I've never held a full-time job, our kids are grown and gone; I'm pretty-much alone. How to I rebuild?
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