I started taking anti-stress B vitamin supplements that have helped take the edge off my grief a lot. I'm not as painfully lonely after my son goes to bed. My problem is that on certain days I keep having negative thoughts about possible future relationships. Will I ever find another person to share my life with when I am ready? if I do find someone will they accept my son who has special needs? he is a happy easy going child with no behaviour problems but I've heard of some men who want nothing to do with children who aren't quote "normal". Are there any good eligible men over 50 out there? I do know that I don't want to be "alone" for the rest of my life. I'm trying hard to take every day as it comes but these nagging underlying negative thoughts aren't helping me do that.
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