When you hit the fifties as an age bracket, you feel as if you’re dropping off the earth.
I don’t have a good job now, it’s a clerical job at a hospital.
If I could I would move out now, but I don’t have the money.
Who can contribute to input on relocating over 50, and how to prepare in terms of jobs and logistics?
In our youth-obsessed country, age 50 seems to be a sort of trigger.
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Well I haev just went through a divorce and now I'm single again, I'm 39 years old with three grown boys that are on there own now WHAT DO I DO WITH MYSELF?Here is an excerpted recent comment on the issue of starting over, from a reader by the name of Michelle: …I’m 50 yrs old and [a] single parent of a 17 yr old… I don’t like my living situation and I plan to move in 2 yrs after my son finishes his 2 yrs at comm college…Remember that this first relationship is the best time to get your feet wet in the eternal pursuit of women. That is, mentally prepare yourself in the following.Look at it as the learning experience that will thrust you back into the game. I am proud of the fact that i completely rebuilt after the hurricanes of last year. Keep it light, dont go out thinkin g you will find instant relationshipdont let how the date goes affect your sense of you [ this is a toughy] just repeat after me, its a numbers game and no one is everything to everyone..gotta kiss a lot of frogs before the handsome princeoh and..darn Ive put you off now havent I...???Above all else, do not be afraid of being on your own, many people get into bad relationships just because they are afraid of being alone.