When my beautiful wife died 12/22/99 I couldn't seem to go on with life. I had to quite working because I couldn't function. I had a good job making $97,000.00 a year as an internet developer. I lost the house and the cars ended up reposessed. I was admitted to four different mental facilities, 17 different times. The last being four years ago. I have been doing ok for the past four years but still can't work because of my memory. My memory is going fast as a result of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) but the new medicine Aricept is helping to restrict the progression. I'm only 60 and would like to find another good woman but very shy. Wouldn't know the first thing about taking a woman out on a date except maybe fishing but she might think I was weird. I still love my wife and it's been very difficult getting past this on my own.
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