Thanks Jill, I had seen it briefly the article the other day but haven't had a chance to read it. Actually tonight and last night have been the first time I have had anytime on the pc for a week, and it was only for a little bit last night and tonight:( With getting ready for the holiday's, and we adopted a cat two weeks ago sot there have been lots of adjustments, and my daughter's laptop broke so she has been using my pc trying to find a new one.
Because I chatted in email with a lady who knew him personally, and knew about his overall love life from the 1990's on (which I've never really talked about but kept private) I realize he is definitely a loner and even though he's handsome and talented that isn't enough to maintain a marriage commitment long term.
I think he's the type who would often turn off certain very out-going women because he IS such a loner and they might have troubles dealing with that trait in a long term relationship. You can overlook that stuff when you're dating but not when you're living with the person for years. It will end up causing problems in the end. As people get older it's far better for them to be with someone who is compatible to themselves, rather than an opposite attracting situation.
"If you're really in love, appearances aren't important. The best house is the one you build in each other's hearts." ~ Winter Sonata