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Offline andrew99

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hi from oz
« on: May 19, 2018, 06:58:11 PM »
Hi ,

I am from Melb  (46yr old)and I was married to a FSU female for 6 years . That has ended so I am looking for another. I am trying locally first which I cant say has been inspiring.

The problem with my marriage is that I wanted a family and she didnt as we put her carer first. The family just never happened.  She was 38

So I hope it isnt too late to start a family and I would be happy to find another fsu women.

Andrew

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Re: hi from oz
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2018, 07:05:12 PM »
Welcome to RUA

There are a wide range of members with wealth of knowledge.

Ask questions and listen to the opinions stated.

Questions that I am curious about was your desire for a family not discussed before a union with your ex?

How far has she gone in her career?

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Re: hi from oz
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2018, 11:12:33 PM »
Welcome to RUA

There are a wide range of members with wealth of knowledge.

Ask questions and listen to the opinions stated.

Questions that I am curious about was your desire for a family not discussed before a union with your ex?

How far has she gone in her career?

Yes the family was certainly discussed often. We put this on hold when we first got married because i lost my job and had to rebuild. She then decided to put the family on hold while she gets her career sorted out against what I wanted, after I was back on my feet.
My wife had simply changed her mind about having a family and i couldnt do anything about it