I lost my husband to Hepatits C in 2004, and had to come back to NJ from WA state (details are complicated). Although born and raised in NJ, I liked WA much better....less crowded. Back in NJ, I have made a lot of Internet friends...haven't met too many face to face, and most of them are guys; I always did get along better with guys anyway. If I chose to open up to them, by and large, they were willing to listen and undersood me. I would like to have more female friends however. It would appear better to my mother, who is still overprotective, and thinks all guys on the Internet only want sex; and to my daughters, who don't think I should have another guy, even though it has been almost 4 years since their father died. I am physically challenged and it makes it hard to get out; I don't drive and there is no public transportation near enough to matter. If I just want to talk, right now, the Internet. I'd appreciate more honest frineds here of both genders.
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