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Name: benjamin | Date: Mar 14th, 2008 6:13 PM
hello,i greet you in the NAME of our Lord Christ.
How are you doing? i hope you are doing well there.
plx i want to chat with you plx [email protected]
,i am someone who is loving,caring,adoring,want to meet someone who is willing to love unconditionally
just to b close to u girl,just even for moment or for an hour.i hav being througt soo many changes in life
first of all i want to intoduce my self to you.my name is Benjamin Agbley,i am 24 yrs old going to 25 on 3/13,and i form Ghana.i live at sakumono estate near Accra.my hobby are playing football,ruming,and reading, basketball, magazines.it is my great be come your friend 

Name: May1 | Date: Jun 4th, 2008 5:19 PM
hey we have something in common 

Name: May1 | Date: Jun 4th, 2008 5:19 PM
I have two boys and my oldest has mild autism 

Name: itohan | Date: Jun 24th, 2008 3:33 PM
how are u 

Name: mercy | Date: Jun 24th, 2008 3:37 PM
i love to get married to single father is any there?
[email protected]

Name: lisasing | Date: Jun 25th, 2008 2:04 AM
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Name: julie davis | Date: Jul 3rd, 2008 6:31 AM
Wow, I was suprised (i don't know why, just similar to my situation in some ways) to read your post. I have started to think about my situation (wanting to have someone in my life again) from time to time but I guess I felt that since my son with autism came into my life I feel like even my closest friends don't understand my life that well anymore, so it's hard to imagine how a new person would. Maybe I'm being cynical but that's how I feel. I think that my son has brought more love into my life then anything I ever experienced but at the same time, it's been very isolating in terms of other relationships. You're like in a different world some of it's amazing you really appreciate every little thing and take nothing for granted with your child but I feel like "everyone else" with typical kids is in a different world from me. Their priorities and concerns are so trivial, it's not said to put them down, it's just compared with my struggles hopes, dreams and fears from my son it's like a wall between me and other people I feel. I think I've given up on what you're talking about before I even got started, It would be great to have a partner to share the love and care of my son (and of course each other) but It seems really out of reach to me. Not a very encouraging response to your letter but reading what you wrote made me want to share it.

Good Luck to you, Julie 

Name: juliedavis | Date: Jul 3rd, 2008 6:37 AM
I just wrote a minute ago but didn't put my e-mail address if you wanted to respond. It's [email protected] 

Name: Julie | Date: Jul 30th, 2008 12:10 AM
Jose, don't let negative responses from women ever discourage you from the path God has chosen for you. Try to smile, breathe, day to day life can be hard when you have a child with special needs. Remember it takes a special person to appreciate all the miracles and blessings in life, rather than dwell on the negative. Jose I hope you have supportive family and friends. I'll think of you and keep you in my prayers, I know how you feel. ---------Julie 

Name: lisasing | Date: Jul 30th, 2008 5:48 AM
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Name: lou.wolves | Date: Jul 31st, 2008 7:31 PM
hi, i'm here if you need to talk 

Name: Beverly | Date: Aug 18th, 2008 6:57 PM
well,I must say that I as well am looking for the same thing in my life,Jose. It is very hard to find a person that will accept our special kids. I have been single for 6 years now and am about to accept the fact that that is how it is going to be for me. I have a 13 year old daughter with cerebral palsey and I also have a 13 year old son that does not have a disability. Yes,they are twins. Well,if you have any luck please let me know..take care and blessings upon you and yours,Bev~ P.S. everyone one these dating sites like my profile and pic also but once my daughter is mentioned.."poof" they are gone so fast. 

Name: tammy in pgh | Date: Sep 7th, 2008 2:53 AM
Hi to everyone who reads this. I am a single mom in the sense that my husband and I have been seperated for 6 months. I am struggleing to raise 3 children with special needs.
A 15 yr old daughter with a very rare genetic disorder with 3 main factors of her diagnosis present, cp physical as well as cognitive also a skin disorder 'pretty complex' . My 6 yr old has adifferent metabolic genetic disorder which presents itself as autism. I have her on a extremely restricted diet. Gluten free dairy free, soy free, cornfree, flax, and a plethera of foods that have natural agents in them that affect her in a very negative way. Who knew something as good as watermellon could disrupt a childs whole being. Like I said it seems to be more complex than one could imagine. Then there is my 4 yr old son. He too has this disorder , in the affect of only ADHD/ODD combined type along with adjustment disorder. Well at least I knew the diet already. His is not as severe. Sometimes I feel as if I have an adjustment disorder with all of this going on in my life.HA HA ! My faith in my savior has surely help me through some very steep valleys.
Some wonderful testimomies of my church and how the Lord has used my family and I to be very instramental in the disability ministry there starting with the childrens Angels helping Angels program, a one to one program. Yes even for kids with ASD. I am also just interested in chatting Bye for now. 

Name: Andria Addison | Date: Sep 24th, 2008 10:07 PM
Hello There Jose. I had to respond, I was very intriged by your story. Wow! You are an amazing person, I hope you do know that. I admire you. God does have a special plan for you and your son -- you will be rewarded tremendously (I do believe). - I'm open to dating but that is not why I write. I would love to talk more with you and your situation. Please send me an email at [email protected]
I am a single parent of four boys that have special needs - we are still trying to figure out what my second son is struggling with possibly ashbergers... ?? but like you -- I struggle with dating because my boys are so unique and challenging that people run from me. So - I believe you and I can relate and be a very good support for each other.

Name: sunshine08 | Date: Sep 27th, 2008 1:56 AM
Umm....You and your child just need a good environment or communication. why not try to get some useful advice from other single parent. I know singleparentloving.com is a very good single parent club. Maybe it can help you get out of the trouble. 

Name: kristi | Date: Oct 3rd, 2008 5:42 AM
ur notalone 

Name: Sarah | Date: Nov 21st, 2008 4:06 PM
Dear Jose,

Wow! What a touching story. I am a single godly mother of 2 boys one with some very special needs and adhd and my other son also has adhd. God has blessed me with these 2 amazing boys, and he has taken care of us. I am at a point in my life where I want someone to share my life with and theirs and I having been just giving it to the Lord. The Lord is number one in our lives. I have never done this before, but the Lord directed me to this site with your story. You can email me back at [email protected] 

Name: Lin | Date: Dec 16th, 2008 3:29 AM
My son is pdd/nos and I am single too. This gave me hope! 

Name: understand | Date: Jan 18th, 2009 4:40 PM
Your story is tragic. I am sure as you move forward you will find peace, your soul mate or maybe just someone to share dinners with.

I recently met someone with an austic child. Just a date and I don't know if that person is even interested in me. However when I heard his child was autistic I did not feel the need to run. More sadness, concern and a realization that it is a very special person who could care for this child.

We all have baggage. Friends spouses are drug addicts, some have had affairs, some have become interested in alternative life styles. We all come with challenges. 

Name: donna | Date: Mar 3rd, 2009 7:37 AM
i know what it is like to feel alone with a child with some form of autism, and then be single. what to talk,email me at [email protected] 

Name: carolyn | Date: Mar 3rd, 2009 1:01 PM
Dear Jose,

I understand your plight. I too am alone with 2 children, one of which sounds like she could be similar to your boy. I know how isolating having "special needs" children can make you feel and that a lot of people simply don't understand what you're going through or how it changes your life irrevocably forever. Just remember that there are no rules with these kids and he has just as much chance at having a wonderful life as many. Also you will never be alone because your child will always need you and he'll never leave you - so you'll always have the company of your beautiful child. 

Name: jennifer hopkins | Date: Mar 28th, 2009 6:04 PM
i live in Britain but i come across your moving story about yourself and your wife and of the struggle with autism!.
it was nice to read about other peoples experiences with autism.
it can very very difficult to find new relationships when you have special needs children!
i am looking to make new friends-i would love to chat to anyone who like an english friend! 

Name: Danie | Date: Jun 10th, 2009 12:12 AM
Dear Jose,
I'm sure your son brings you the joy you will never find anywhere else but home.

I agree - we all need to experience love as a complement of our self-acheviement .

My advice to you ...love always comes on an unexpected way. At first, you don`t have to include your child...YOU are the one who needs to fulfill himself. Let the time works this over!
Enjoy going out, join a group of any activity you like as you may find a babysitter as a weekly schedule and you`ll see, love will find you!
Allow you this precious moment to share with others...The more you know yourself, the more genuine will be your next relationship.

Don`t be shy... Be proud to be a single father of this child! Sooner you may realise you don`t need a soulmate on a daily basis. Who knows, you may find the right women but making a huge mistake by having her pass by just because you don`t allow her enough time to integrate your whole "life".

I started to enjoy life the moment I chose myself and my son - all alone. Then, love got into my life and I just grabbed it little by little. It worked.

Start smiling doing your favorite things...including having candlelight dinner with your son...you`ll see!


Name: Heather | Date: Jul 25th, 2009 6:13 AM
I am a married woman and have 2 boys, one has autism. I understand to a point with what you are dealing with and I am very sorry for your loss,. I wish you all the best in your future and finding someone. You will find someone, so just be patient. Good luck to you! 

Name: Anna | Date: Sep 6th, 2009 8:13 PM
Hi there Jose,

How are you? I am so sorry to hear about your tragedy. I can relate in many ways. I have a 19 year old autistic daughter who I raised completely on my own. I have had a hard time finding someone that i can trust to be there for me and my daughter. My ex husband was my child sweet heart who left us without ever looking back or giving us as much as one penny. I reside in Palm Coast FL. Well if you like drop me an email at [email protected] That is if you are still single and take it from there. Regards, and best of luck to you and your son. 

Name: cathy | Date: Jan 21st, 2010 6:28 PM
I found your story sad but happy to hear you are able to move on . How old are you. Maybe we can talk . I live in Az I admire the fact you are trying to raise your son there was so many more options you could it takes great courage to do what you are doing. I am divorced anhave an autistic on also 

Name: claire | Date: Feb 14th, 2010 9:33 PM
i know exactley how u feel, im a sinlge mother who has a six year old son who is autistic, ive have just tried internet dating and i live in england! its the same here ,men like my profile but when i say i have an autistic son i dont here from them again! people r scared of what they dont really know! i will be happy chat t u if u need someone t talk t as i know how lonley and isolated this life can be! [email protected] 

Name: wendy odhiambo | Date: May 19th, 2010 3:25 PM
hi Jose sorry abt your wife . its good to hear tha you have an autistic child like ma younger brother. He is 7yrs and am the one who stays with him. he is not able to talk too. he used to be very hyper but aftre ma reseach on diet he's changed alot. Am 22yrs lady from Kenya am an African woman. Am so lonely and would wish to have someone to love ma cel. +254724863185 plis call me maybe we could get along. thanks for meeting you. cheers1 

Name: Larry | Date: Aug 22nd, 2010 2:48 AM
I been married for 10 years and we had a child in 2001. We moved to Utah in 2003 but there was something wrong with our son. Just thought it was nothing out of the norm. But after taking him to see doctors that told us nothing was wrong with our son one doctor suggested to us that our son might have autism! When we told that terrible news I shut down not wanting to believe that my only son has been taking away from me! No father and son things to do like pop warner football, baseball league, things that a father has planned when he is told that we are going to have a baby boy. I have been alone not knowing that there are fathers like me that will love his family and not let autism ruin our lives. I really love my son and I only treat him with plenty of love and affection! I thank God for bringing that bundle of joy to our family. I just need to know that I am not the only one out there(father, cause all I hear about is mothers dealing with a kid with autism). Larry 

Name: Lynda Lam | Date: Sep 7th, 2010 3:24 AM
I am also a single parent with an autistic son. He's a high-functioning autistic boy, aged 10.5 at present in H.K.

Perhaps, you have found a lady of your dream to be your wife. However, I wish I could find at least a male and caring pen pal in the same situation like me, to talk to, to share any laughters or tears.

I am a well-educated professional woman, and I have spent my entire teenage period from 14.5 yrs old to 23 yrs old in England, studying till I've got a M.Sc master degree from the top College, University of London.

I am pretty and friends used to tease me that I shall compete for Ms. Hong Kong when I was young in the by-gone golden 22-24 yrs old.

God bless you and your son!


Name: jimi chartrand | Date: Nov 10th, 2010 2:15 AM
i understand 

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