where do I begin, I have been on the internet met this man and he has a son 12  yrs old and his wife passed away about 5 yrs ago and he and I have been talking back and forth getting to know each other. I find he and I have alot of the same interest and believe in the same things . I don't know what to say about him. I never thought I would meet someone who could really be interested in me especially with my son with autism, but he seems to be ok with it. He as I say has a son so him and my son would hopefully could ge t along, I am so nervous about it, because I never though it would be possible. My ex made me doubt myself all the time and didn't help my self esteem any made me feel like I was nothing. I will never tell him when If this turns into a relationship.

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Nov. 10, 2010 at 2:10 PM

Glad you are back on track with finding some happiness Doll...... BUT please try and remember, ALOT of internet fella's are only after your money in some form. Have you any info on him, like job, work place, does he only call you from his Cell #, do you hear his son in the back ground, I mean now days you really gotta check things out.  Just be cautious and don't invite him to YOUR HOUSE until u are sure of things.  (cousin went through this .... with me and her 2 small kids in the house)  it could have turned out worse for us back then.  take care

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Nov. 12, 2010 at 8:25 AM

Please be careful.  You really don't KNOW this man.  Do a credit check on him, Google his name & address.  There are pedophile's out there who get the mother to trust them just to molest their child, scary, but it does happen.  Your son is defenseless when it comes to his personal safety, I know I have a 15 year old autistic child and I was a single mom too.  Look out for yourself & your child mama, there are worse things in the world besides being single and lonely.  Good luck to you, you sound like a very nice person!

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