It's probably weird TO even think of DATING due to pain, problems, not working, etc. due to Fibro, plus some other health problems (although I do all I can to heal on all levels, and keep a positive attitude.) The thing is, I am lucky to still have my looks, look much younger than my years, attractive slim blonde and have a great executive & metaphysical work background, had interesting life, etc. - BUT, NOW my life is so regulated by all the pain, doctor appts., and taking care of self, and physical limitations, but since I also was a doer all my life, I had relationships but moved on, as I was always growing on many levels - but now I would love to have a caring companion, a good relationship in my life, if it's even possible w/ Fibro. I also have a grown son who lives on his own, but is too involved with his own life to care much (I was told I gave him too much LOL)......anyway, I can always go on Match. and get to a date,and fix up and seem unsick for a dinner or two, but how do you really find someone to date w/ the reality of now - to really have a relationship with a good man, while living w/this disease - is it possible?? Any thoughts appreciated. Has anyone (after being soo limited by this disease) started dating, where did you meet, how do you work it out? Thanks again, and God bless xoxo
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