Don't know why I am even writting this.. I don't know what's wrong other than since my wife asked for the divorce I am VERY much alone. She was my only friend and partner to do things with being I moved here from California to marry her and I really know no one. I find that my life is one big circle of work, sleep, work, sleep. and when I get home now that we both are living with her brother till we find our own places to live and lossing our home to foreclosure thanks to her all she does is nag and has no time for anyone but herself and her new boyfriend. I get lots of ladies (mostly here) tell me what a nice guy I am yet I can't find a lady that wants to be with me. I want so much just to be with a lady for companionship. There doesn't need to be any sex involved even though since it has been over 2 years it would be nice. I would welcome just a nice time watching a movie, walk on the beach, give her a foot massage.. anything. I just want that void in my life of having someone to love and be with filled. Some say I am rushing it but being it's been so long already since my stbx has really paid any attention to me I am just real lonely. So I turn to my friends.. What do you think? Any ideas? am I rushing it? I think this is all part of the stress hives I am having. I just need companionship.
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