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RubbaMaka0802
Member since May 2013
523 posts

re: The pains of aging
OP,

I'm with you, man. I'm 31 and have really found myself in this state of mind a lot recently. I think, for me, it's triggered by how fast my children are growing up and by how fast everyday life is in general. Days go by mostly unappreciated and seemingly insignificant. Those days turn into weeks, months and years until you realize an entire phase of your life has flown by without you really even noticing it. I worry that the next phase will be the same way if I can't find a way to slow things down enough to notice and cherish all of the small joys that each day brings. I'm coming to peace with the fact that that's how life moves. I think if I can get to that point, it will become easier to enjoy all of the little things that I've taken for granted so far and worry less about the seemingly big things that really don't matter.


eScott
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2008
10311 posts

re: The pains of aging
Mid life crisis board.


mpar98
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2006
7878 posts

re: The pains of aging
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Mid life crisis board.


no doubt...in the last year and a half I've lost my mom, my dad, and a very close and dear college buddy. I'm not yet 40...mid 30s on things get weird.


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jvilletiger25
Auburn Fan
jacksonville, fl
Member since Jan 2014
9025 posts

re: The pains of aging
I didn't start think about all that stuff until after I was divorced. Thankfully, it sounds like you've already found this stuff out without having to go through something. It took my world crashing down to realize that your job, money, a nice home, vacations, all that the world has to offer is just bull shite. It's all about love. Love your family with everything you've got. Find a good woman and refall in love with her every day. Love your fellow man, and most importantly, love God. That's what life is all about. The rest is just window dressing and doesn't mean squat.


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