Hi, everybody, first of all I want to wish you all a Happy New Years! I hope and pray that 2008 will be better for all of us. I have written other topics on here, and I just want to thank you all for your warm and caring responses. Our 27 yr. old son, Matthew, is still havig a really hard time, for New Years Eve, he did'nt even get up, he told me this morning, mom I just can't imagine going through another year, like the last 8yrs., his ocd is so severe and disabling right now, that he is almost bedridden. He has'nt been able to go to his computer, or listen to music or anything in about 6 months, because of all of the ocd rituals he has to do , to be able to do anything. He is such a wonderful and caring person, and very handsome, please forgive this mom for bragging, I just love him so much. He would love to have a wonderful Christian lady in his life, so if there are any single ladies looking for a warm and caring person, with a big heart, and a big romantic at heart, please let this mom know. I thank you all so much for your support and kindness, God bless you all!
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