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#380438 - 12/22/11 08:37 PM the "touch" of a good woman
Avery46 Offline

Registered: 09/23/10
Posts: 1243
Loc: USA

I say the "touch" of a good woman in a very limited manner. I do NOT mean to say this to be offensive. I realize I miss the "touch" of a good woman. I am not sure what a good woman is all about.

I divorced my ex-wife 21 years ago out of fear. I have remained scared of women. The fear was not hers but, my fear of intimacy.

I wonder if I will ever be able to have that "touch".



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#380460 - 12/23/11 01:22 AM Re: the "touch" of a good woman [Re: Avery46]
GoodHope Offline

Registered: 07/05/11
Posts: 428
I dont think women are that mysterious. I believe there is someone for everyone if we open our hearts and minds. I believe to desire the touch of another is humanly divine. When you share the essence of who you are and she shares the essence of who she is, you'll find goodness in each other. It won't be perfect because you aren't and she won't be either. But it will be "good", probably great. I was going to speak for all women but wouldn't be fair so let me say that allnthis woman ever longed for is honesty, partnership, shared interests, loyalty, laughter and companionship. I have some of those things and we are working on the rest. Vulnerability is welcome, brokenness that is being worked on is welcome. There is someone out there and I hope you find each other....

Wife of a survivor

#380684 - 12/26/11 04:40 AM Re: the "touch" of a good woman [Re: GoodHope]
hopeandtry Offline

Registered: 07/29/10
Posts: 476
Avery, keep focusing on you and the right woman will come along when the time is right. The fear of intimacy is difficult and I am sorry that it drove you apart from your ex (if I'm reading this right). That is what happened between me and my ex and while he hurt me badly, I know he is hurting on the inside, too.


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