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G8R26 posted:
At 63, I find myself celebrate. I've been married for 16 years and once my wife went through menopause, it seems that she just felt that that "duty" was over and it has been depressing ever since. I've tried everything I can think of, but she just seems so uninterested. It's pretty tough to feel warm emotions and love when your partner lies there and yawns while making love. I should say, I'm trying to make love ...it appears she is bored and uninterested. I love her very much but this is becoming so depressing that at times I just want to swallow a 9mm. I would like to hear any suggestions from ones who have found themselves in the same position.#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; }

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