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Is it unrealistic to be satisfied with a new partner after 60? [message #10001] Tue, 20 February 2018 14:36
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Widowed after wonderful marriage. Eventually dated some men. It's been 6 years and I'm in a dilemma now. Dated a man on and off for 5 years. Sex is great (still) and chemistry too. BUT he has almost no money for retirement and he is 65. I'm 60 have saved money and want to enjoy my retirement in a few years.

Then I met someone else some time ago. He can take care of himself for retirement, very nice, educated and a professional like me but little chemistry. Sex is just ok (at best). I enjoy his company and he is good to me.

Do so I accept someone as my life partner who falls short in some respect like chemistry or finances, or start all over knowing no one is perfect (including me)? I do want to at least find a partner to live with even if I don't marry.
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