I "met" my husband Michael over the internet in August 1998. We were both in our 40's and had been divorced from our first spouses in the early 90's. And we had both joined the Bahá'í Singles internet forum within a few weeks of each other, both ready to meet someone special and get married.
I had two sons in their late teens, Michael had three children, about the same age as mine. When Michael posted information about himself, I emailed him, and we emailed back and forth for a few weeks, then decided to talk on the phone.
I must say Michael and I really hit it off from the beginning.
The fact is that relationships, whether dating or married, are hard.
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