I was together with my wife for almost 9 years. Over that time, everything we had was together, including friends. Now she has decided to move away and be on her own. I lost my step-daughter (who I always considered to be mine), all my friends, and the person I always turned to talk to. Now I am left here with no-one to talk to or support me, because my wife was always that person. I turn to God and that makes me feel better, but I still need that personal interaction. I am shy, I feel old, I am not sure how and where to meet people. I prefer female friends (my best friends even in high school were girls), but they always think I am out to get them in bed. If I could just meet people willing to talk to me and go out and do things I would be fine. How do I do that, any suggestions?
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