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That is a terrific idea. My only concern is that even though I understand the circumstances of this doubt, the level that it was expressed was so deep- marriage, children, future, the one. It was very painful. He is 37 and I am 42, albeit a healthy and athletic one.. so I only have 1-2 years left perhaps. It just cut to the core. I want to retain my condfidence and self esteem. I love him and want to move forward, but to express that level of doubt to your partner- I dont see how that could change. I just dont want to appear pathetic/despearate when I should be moving on. I am a widow and my amazing husband of 13 years died 3 years ago tragically, so I am trying to keep as much strength as possible.. when you ehar that from your partner is slams you to the core.