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I am a 50 years old male. During my college days I had a relationship ship with my batchmate. I was very eager to marry her, but couldn't due to caste difference. We both married and met once after 5 yrs. Then onwards we were talking through phone on every family matters. Really a sincere friendship only. But all of a sudden last month she almost stopped talking to me. She also don't know what happened to her. The only reason is that she is on the final stages of menopause. I feel very bad to end a friendship without any solid reason Kindly a give a repy as I am very depressed due to it.

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REasons are not important. If she wants to keep away from this relationship, then you should respect it and focus on your marriage and family. It is better not to disturb her if she is well settled in her relationship. There may be various reasons and the least of all is menopause. Just leave her alone and if you truly love her, you will respect her decision.
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Nothing wrong in re kindling the past flame, may be your friend s menopause has made her feel guilty and depressed, both of you can meet a psychiatrist for counselling on how to take this friendship/ relatioship forward without affecting the families and not feeling depressed/ guilty about it.
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As both of you are married and lead family life it is not advisable to worry and waste time over a lost friendship SHe may be busy in her own ways or decided not to continue old friendship. You better forget her
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