I didn't have very much fun at it, which is depressing since I didn't pair up until my 30s.Besides, so much luck was involved in my finding my match that there are probably more alternate universes where I'm still living solo than where I'm married.Which is to say, not calling too much or being too accommodating to his needs.Conversely, if he fails to call, hold your head high and walk away.The trick to marriage is having faith in the reconnection, waiting for the inevitable closeness again." This was in 1994. And then at the end, we moved too far apart to ever reenter each other's orbits, out of each other's fields of gravity, and that's when I knew it was over. The best advice about love I got from my father, Michael Rockland.He told me that when a married couple fights, no one wins.She said, "Marriage goes through cyclical phases, it's almost like the movements of planets.
My mother, Ingrid Teichner, always said "to love is to be happy with.". That is my advice to myself in midlife, seeking love.
It's too late for me, but maybe you can learn from what I wish I knew when I was single.
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Most of us, at some point in our lives, have heard a great piece of advice about love.