I had a loving JEWISH background living until I was 13 with my Jewish Orthodox grandparents as well as my parents and being brought up religious.
My dating years were interesting there was a group situation from the time I was 13 until I was 20, where we moved to, and all the teens hung out together, and we partied at each other's homes, shared a community room downstairs. None of those guys interested me, though, so a group of us in high school would go to college frat parties to meet guys.
I graduated high school at 16 and didn't date until I got to college, where it was 1968 OH MY GOD sex and drugs and rock and roll, well, maybe a lot of rock and roll and a little of the others. But lots of interesting men.
I am 50, and have been married 29 years to the same wonderful, difficult man. I have a wonderful 20-year-old angel-girl in college, a sweet 8-year-old boy-devil with physical and emotional challenges, and 2 parents, one with OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), and the other with Bipolar Disorder (manic depression) whom I have to deal with. I love all my family and it is a challenge EVERY DAY dealing with regular life and their multiplicity of pecadillos.
Relationships Should Be Loving
Relationships must be loving, all of them, for to exude a loving nature makes the world around you a better place. I believe in spirituality and warmth and giving.
I have a multi-generational challenging family life which has given me quite a lifetime of experience to share.
Still Crazy After All These Years,
Female, age 50, USA