At what age did you realize that now, you need a life partner?
Since I was a kid........... I had dreams about a loving husband.
I was 17 years old when I realize that I would like to be in stable relationship.
When I was sixteen I started to think how wonderful it would be for someone to love and be loved in return.
I've always thought myself to be an independent person.
I only got to admit to myself that I need a life partner in my late 40's.
I think most people have the idea early on in life, but ladies generally start to think about it more seriously in their later 20's and men in their early to mid 30's. For me, maybe around 30.
I don't know that I NEED a life partner but I like having one. I feel very fortunate to have found a loving husband to spend my life with and I am grateful for that every day. I also know a lot of people that are single for one reason or another and many of them are very content.
by Chitrangada Sharan 6 years ago
How to you define an ideal life partner?
by Bukan 9 years ago
What type of partner you are searching ?
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by Vandana 16 months ago
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by Larry Horton 6 years ago
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by Jonathan Janco 7 years ago
I know a few of you out there are familiar with postulating and a hub I read recently inspired me to start this thread. Those of you who know me a bit already are aware that I am somewhat commitmentphobic and have steadily avoided commited relationships over the last several years and have even...
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