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I’m desperate to get married

I think people in a retirement home would consider you if you are serious and into people of that age.
I fully believed I would live and die alone. I accepted that, and didn't even try the dating thing. When we were both 39, I met my future wife. I wasn't looking for a relationship, but we found we had so much in common, and after 6 months we decided to get married. The circumstances surrounding our meeting and things that happened during the next 6 months were so improbable that it seemed like God was trying to get my attention to realize she was right for me and vice versa. She had been married before and had a 14 year old son (that almost scared me off till I met him). When we married, we were both 40. I was literally a 40 year old virgin. (Haven't seen the movie though).
So yes, I would say there's hope. I wasn't even looking when we met!
i think my cousin, a woman, went through something similar, however, im not entirely sure, my aunt and uncle, her parents, have given me different answers
Desperation to get married leads to a desperate marriage.

(BTW: Marriage is the single most leading cause in all divorces.)

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