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I understand your viewpoints. The problem is chemistry. I am 62, and dated at least 5 or 6 women in the past year and also talked to another 10 on a dating website. This one lady is the only one I ha

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    jack daffner Nov 18, 2014

    this is the only woman I had chemistry with. should I continue to pursue?

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