Widowed father dating daughter unhappy
I am sure that your legal, financial and practical problems have contributed to your exhaustion. We need kindness and laughter and companionship in our daily lives. You will make new friends, as well as gain a fresh perspective on your life and a boost to your health and spirits.
We need new things to do and companions to do them with. And when you are at home again, think hard about how you want your life to be. Tell your neighbours that you're bored of walking your dog on your own and see if someone would like to come with you. Consciously make an effort to pursue an interest through a day or evening class. Unless you are committed to a rural way of life, think seriously about making your next move to a livelier town where there will be social and cultural opportunities.
You can find someone to teach you how, or go to classes.
Your grandchildren almost certainly only communicate by email and text and will happily stay in touch with you if you start emailing them. With Skype – a free internet service – you can communicate with them via computer, even face to face.
I have learned so much in dealing with builders, making constant decisions and paying bills.I recognise everything you are telling me: the tears, the anxieties, the feeling of being singled out for punishment, the shame. The right medication would give you relief from the worst symptoms of depression.That very state of mind is preventing you from reaching out for help. It would create a respite for you to make some changes in your life that would set you on the road to recovery and renewed membership of the human race.Rightly or wrongly, her life has not turned out the way she expected, and she feels she lacks the mental and emotional resources to turn it around again. Growing old without the support and company of people close to you is tougher.So please, those of you over 70 who have got through a crisis like this, write and let me and Sylvia know how you did it.