I know exactly how you feel. I broke up with my wife of 10 years almost a year ago and I still miss her like you would not believe. I can't sleep and I'm constantly thinking about her. We still see each other frequently, but we cannot live together to make it work. PLS seek professional counseling in this matter becuase thoughts of ending it are not healthy for the mind. God forbid something triggers you and actually go through with it. Your local church or house of prayer are a good place to start, and also take shelter in your home and children......keep it together....for them especially
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RE: Older women younger men!
Speaking from experience....I met this lady at work back in the mid 1980's. She is 19 years my senior we dated and eventually moved in together. We stayed together for close to thirteen years and it's probably the happiest/worst times of my life. We ended apart becuase she REALLY wanted to get married and make official. I could not get past the fact that she was so matured for me and turned her down at every request she made at marriage. I personally would advice you against this relationship. The age differential will always get in the way and also, YOU must think about your future when you retire; he'll still be in his prime out there in the trenches day in and day out (think about that!)