I don't. I wrote a thread last night as I found some dodgy emails on her account, which turned out to be nothing serious. However, that has now led to her saying she is having cold feet with our wedding plans next year. She is saying she doesn't want to break up, but I'm seeing signs (if that makes sense)?
Well, second thoughts about a wedding aren't super-encouraging but it is worth sorting out any issues you have before marrying. I think you need to have some very honest conversations with each other over the next few days. I didn't see your thread from yesterday but, if you said anything that you now regret, don't try to minimise it or make her share the blame.
If things can't be worked out then it's miserable but it's something you can come through and still be a happy and fulfilled person.
Just like to add that i am 41, happen to be single, just peeking out of the curtains and no, the world doesn't seem to have ended. Y'know, it's fine, plenty of time, i'm still gorgeous......no big deal!
I am 61 and have been single for 14 years. I love the freedom of it - socialising lots when and with whom I want. Coming home and eating an elaborate meal or just a piece of toast. Reading late into the night if I feel like it. Friends round to eat and/or drink whenever I want. Spontaneity rules! It is so liberating not to worry about being single. It takes time to get over break-ups but longing not to be single is as much of a prison as being in an unhappy relationship.
Just echoing pp's, I'm 41 and single and would rather be alone than with someone who didn't 100%want to be with me, and no, the world didn't end when I became single, if anything the world starting turning again for me.
40, single and way happier than when I was in a rubbish long term relationship. When you close one door, another always opens. My social life is better than ever, as is my career, my friendships are fantastic and at the risk of appearing shallow as a puddle, my 'middle aged' body rocks and I look and feel better than I ever have too