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Posted by John Ritchie on April 2, 2000, at 7:56:31
I was diagnoised with klienfelters and cronic anxiety
and having panic attack`s, I have been try to start
some kind of a relationship, but when i explain my health
problem`s, all i get in return is i want a man, I can`t help
being honest I`ve been brought up that way I can`t help
telling the truth, I`m 48 year`s old and I haven`t
been with any one in over twenty years. And when I ask
family member`s if they know of anybody they say that all
women want is someone to wine & dine them I might be able to take
someone out once a month, I don`t have a job I`m on a
provincial pension in canada and i don`t get that much,
When i do drive i can drive just so far then i get ill
and then i return home I`m okay if some one is with me
and this is what i dont under stand, If there is any
women out there that has any kind of heart they may
understand what i`m going through then i`d like to hear from them.
my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org I hope to hear from someone
Posted by CarolAnn on April 2, 2000, at 10:09:25
In reply to klienfelters, anxiety and cronic panic attack`s, posted by John Ritchie on April 2, 2000, at 7:56:31
Johnny, you need to realize that with your health considerations, not just any woman will do. You need to find one who is exceptionally compassionate and understanding. Generally, these women are not just floating around waiting for a man. Where can you find these women? Try going to various churches, a lot of them have singles organizations, also this type of woman generally does a lot of volunteer work. Find something that your illness will allow you to do and volunteer as much time as you can. And if these methods fail, don't give up! Try *other* churches and volunteer organizations. Also, stop focusing on what you can't give a woman and really work on all the things you CAN give. It takes no energy and no money to be loving, compassionate, understanding, supportive, and most of all...learn how to make a woman feel totally, absolutely, and eternally...CHERISHED! You might want to read a few books on the subject. Here's a hint, the best books are NOT written by men (except, "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus", by John Gray, is very good at teaching men and women how to communicate with each other). Well, there's my advise. Your probably thinking, "why does she think she's such the expert?". Well maybe I'm not, but I am...very happily married for many years, even though I have as many health problems as you do, and the reason I have a great husband, is because I took the time to learn not only what men need in a wife, but also, once I met him, I made the effort to learn how he wanted to be treated and that's what I do(surprisingly it's not anything more then I want to do). Best of wishes to you! CarolAnn
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