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lymetwister
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http://lymedate.webs.com

I just know how lonely and isolated I feel with this disease, so I put this together last night for anyone just looking to meet anyone really.

It doesn't have to be dating, even though thats how I laid it out.

Enjoy...

Gary

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Hoosiers51
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Good luck to everyone! I hope all Lymie singles are able to find someone right for them.

It IS possible to have a relationship with Lyme, if you are emotionally stable. I got married (to a non-Lymie), and while we have our challenges with my health....we are very happy. So it is possible.

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Tracy9
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I'll make it the website of the week on LymeFriends. Good luck!

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kam
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Looks like a Ticky group [Smile]
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hank you for the site looks cool, great idea.

I was wondering though as many of us are sensitive to noise, other than turning our speakers off, how can we stop the music.

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2002 EBV, 2009 Positive Igenex Borellia and Babesia, Brain mri severe white matter disease
Monoclonal Gammopathy. On and off antibiotics since sept. March 9 started iv antibiotics

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peter j
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Great initiative Gary!
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Can I require that 'my man' have a good job and carry good health insurance for the two of us before I agree to meet him, regardless of his level of disability (since I can't work with Lyme)?

Or would GoldDiggers.com suit my particular situation better?

I'm kidding;) I think???

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Elizza,

That would be at DreamOn.com -- and guys would want their link to rich foxes there, too, I would imagine.
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Tracy9
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Maybe there could be a section where you can check to see who has the biggest disability benefits?

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Hmmm? I'm not rich, but...? as long as I don't expose my teeth and gum tissue loss, I'm still quite foxy...so no smiling, I guess?

I like the idea of comparing disability benefits though. Then again, I'd have to reveal mine, and since I was a stay-at-home mom for many years and then got slammed with Lyme (and OCD), my disability is el zippo.

Actually, I have a man right now, but I'm not sure he's getting my Lyme, and a lot of times I'm ready to throw in the towel with him. Maybe I'm just not meant to get married again?

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