My life right now is not what I thought it would be. I retired after 30 years of Army service in 2014. My post-retirement employment goals were unmet due to ageism. After being treated for depression I began to realize that while my then-wife professed her love for me it wasn't reality. After menopause she became unbearable. While I did much that was wrong, Diane's portrayal of herself as a victim while wholly neglecting her own behavior and utter lack of anger management skills is a grossly inaccurate description of why our marriage failed after over 30 years. I now find myself humbled but happier and hoping to find a woman with whom I can have the children I never had with Diane. That gives me hope despite my reduced circumstances and the criticism, fair and unfair, to which I have been subjected.