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Born in the 60s Discussions (9)

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Dating Again for those Born in the 60s

We can all understand the heartbreak others feel on losing their spouse, regardless of their age.  We know that the youngest, still overcom…

Started by Mary H

246 Jan 13
Reply by HockeyDogs

Sad and Empty Still

2 years and 9 months ago I lost my husband suddenly at age 58 (I was 56) and there are many things that I do that implies that I am doing o…

Started by going.on.slowly

1 Nov 22, 2018
Reply by Texas


Hi!    How does everyone fight the lonilness?  I just can't take this. I went from my parents house to my own when we got married. Please…

Started by Susan

27 Nov 21, 2018
Reply by idaho

Employment Issues After Loss

I lost my husband and best friend on January 31, 2018. He died after a year of battling pancreatic cancer and I miss him dearly.  I have wo…

Started by iheartdoggiz

9 Oct 27, 2018
Reply by Cottage242

I Challenge You!

HI All, I challenge you to type out a 10 point short sentence  list of the things you miss about your spouses !!!  Here's mine!  Feel free…

Started by Riley

10 Sep 9, 2018
Reply by Lost

A good article

Started by Riley

1 Sep 2, 2018
Reply by slconcann (Sharon)

Brain fog?

At 56, my brain has enough mileage to wear off some of the tread, even before the loss of my husband this August. After his death, though,…

Started by Liss

12 Jul 27, 2018
Reply by LadyG

Learning to do the things that my Husband always took care of

It has been nearly two years since my Husband died suddenly, and I find myself putting off doing simple things that I need to take care of.…

Started by HillbillyWitchDr

14 Jul 5, 2018
Reply by adoption1964 (Kim)


ok,  nothing ventured,  nothing gained.     if you're interested in getting together for a weekend of 'movies on the couch',  add your for…

Started by bobmac

76 Aug 30, 2016
Reply by Pelican


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