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Re: tolerance of lack of same/ alone

Hello Kitty,
    I found that the longer one lives alone the more difficult it is to form
a relationship where the two of you move in together, marry or what ever you
choose where you live together *all the time*. Whew!! The changes, the
adapting to taking another into consideration if you simply wanted to go to
the bathroom by yourself. Been married for a bit now and still have trouble
once in a while with two people in this house at the same time. Does not
mean I care any less for who I am married to.... but... somehow it is all
worth it at the end of the day.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message ----- > Pam,
> Living alone is not unusual.  Lots of people do.  As long as it works for
> you and you have the network of friends you want and need (including
> there is no need to feel odd-man-out.  I've been alone since '89 and
> these 14 years have been much better for me than the previous 14.  I don't
> understand why anyone would give you a hard time for being single and
> orientation is nobody's business.
> Kitty

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