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It is freeing." " Lost my hubby in a sudden at a young age, I was forced to live in solitude.Living alone is not my choice, though it has lots of advantages. Though I am quiet and can entertain myself with indoor hobbies , sometimes I do need to share my days with a trustworthy man than wasting the beauty that life brings me. When I encounter the nice neighbors, it's just small chit chat." " I can't identify recent post in this site, I would be glad if any single lady can contact me. I have been a widowed for years and willing to welcome a kind understanding woman to fill in the lonely space in my life. I'm about to retire from my current post job and promise to take good care of you. it would be so very nice to have a friend as I love traveling to see places/countries which I definitely cannot do all alone.

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On average, Americans now spend half their adult lives outside marriage - many living alone.50 percent of households in Tokyo comprised of only one person in 2010 and 46 million people in Europe live by themselves.In Australia the number of women living alone rose to 13 per cent in 2003 from 11 per cent a decade earlier and 46 million people now live alone in Europe.God designed my life to live with suffering, loneliness. Living alone is not fun, no one to talk to, no one to share your day with, solo travel is unconfortable and lonely.Seeing friends, acquaintances with their partners makes me more lonely.(I did notice one, but that was merely because the poster had included it in the main body of his message.)Its difficult to know if one should write to someone, or if doing so is no longer appropriate or applicable, i.e., for various reasons, including the possibility they were of such an advanced age at time of writing, they may well have passed away by now. At first I saw a complex that I thought I would like better than where I am now.

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