|Re: COHOUSING-L digest 481||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Christopher L. Wood (c.l.woodcsu-e.csuohio.edu)|
|Date: Sat, 2 May 1998 09:01:11 -0500|
I think the bigger problem is already having an SO who is not interested in the cohousing concept. Do any readers have stories of a reticent spouse/SO whom they had to cajole and convince into trying cohousing, and how did you do it? Or have any relationships broken up over this issue? Thanks, Chris Wood >Date: Fri, 1 May 1998 21:17:39 EDT >From: Eves <Eves [at] aol.com> >To: cohousing-l [at] freedom.mtn.org >Subject: Re: co-housers seeking partners/spice >Message-ID: <4fed1228.354a7434 [at] aol.com> > >It has occurred to me that there may be single folks who wish for co-housing >and wish for a partner....... >I've never seen mention of this here. While this is not a singles board, >perhaps there is a way to invite any likely suspects to post here, and then >correspond off-board, of course. I can't imagine there'd be a stampede. >Perhaps someone'd suggest an elegant way to do this, but it seems to me, as >one person living in co-housing, who dearly misses being in love, that we >could readily integrate this. Please agree! >All Best, > >PS, we at Cantine's island in Saugerties have excavated in preparation for >common house. Parking lot is done! some folks are gardening! ======================================== Christopher L. Wood http://grail.cba.csuohio.edu/~chwood firstname.lastname@example.org Don't ask me, I just go to classes here!
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