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Here is what single women want their married friends to know. Yes, it can be tough to be single in midlife There clearly are challenges to being single in midlife, from the merely practical to the more deeply personal.

Some daily tasks are just plain difficult when you live on your own.

The woman felt guilty, so she sent Melissa screenshots of the texts.

She gets mad and say I'm cheating don't this and that when I don't want to have sex. All them years days and time she rejected my played my face. but she seems to prefer spending time with it than me. Wellllllllll yesterday he took me out on a date ...dinner and a movie still not much conversation but hey it was nice and I really felt like he was trying. Just when you get to that stage in you life when you can take a breath, you realize you feel empty. who awakens a woman's love with no intention of loving her" -Bob Marley I don't think one should waste their time on someone who only wants you around when it's convenient for them. Last weekend I cooked a special dinner...candles...trying to rekindle what we once had. I told him I had prepared a special dinner for him. She is very caring and friendly with everyone and tends to thier needs.

Stephanie* explains: "It is harder to get stuff done around the house; there's just as much work but only one person.

elissa* and her husband got together when they were both 19 years old and married when they were 28.

Married men are healthier, more likely to be employed and more responsible: infinitely more appealing than some guy who still lives at home with his parents, gets his washing done by mum and is still ‘finding his feet’ career wise at the age of 35.‘Mate poaching’ is a contradictory phenomenon: you’re attracted to someone because they’re capable of commitment but if you’re able to seduce them, they’re clearly not capable of behaving in a committed way.

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She told The Huffington Post that the two of them were whispering to each other and getting "a little too handsy." Both of them had their phones out, apparently texting one another.

Melissa confronted her husband that night, but he denied it.

Their marriage had its ups and downs: They went to counseling several times, and Melissa always suspected that her husband wasn't entirely faithful.

Last year, shortly after the birth of their second child, Melissa, now 36, finally caught him in the act.

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