He got in from a trip with the Boy Scouts. He is a leader. They went on a 10 mile hike on the Appalachian Trail. He went with his group of teen boys and 2 assistant leaders(both in their 20's). Anyway, towards the end, he needed to go at a slightly slower pace than the others. So the one assistant scout leader went ahead with the boys, while the other hiked with him. They all finished the 10 mile hike!
My husband is 52 years old. We are active and hike often, but i guess we go slower than a bunch of young people. I don't know what the big deal is, but he's very upset with himself.
Asked by Anonymous at 3:33 PM on Jun. 9, 2013 in Relationships
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Answer by missanc at 4:17 PM on Jun. 9, 2013
My man who is 63 is the same way, things aren't what they use to be, he complains about the insults of getting old and I remind him that he should feel privilege he got to old age...
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Answer by winterglow at 4:36 PM on Jun. 9, 2013
Ask him if he enjoyed the journey. I'm betting he did, regardless of how long it took him to get to the finish line. He made it & that's more than a lot of people younger than him could probably say. And he sounds like an involved dad, which is more than a lot of men could probably say as well. And I guess when all else fails, pitty sex will help boost his spirits- assuming he has some energy left! lol :p
Answer by mrsmom110 at 5:16 PM on Jun. 9, 2013
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