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Lasmom is here frequently and responds to lots of posts with her own straightforward and loving style. But last week she posts a concern of her own, and not one of you guys who look to her for advice, responded. Some ppl even PMed her with questions they'd repeatedly posted on the board... how selfish is that? This is a busy single mom, employed full time, and she manages to be a buddy to alot of us here. She told me that when she posted her question, she wouldn't get an answer and unfortunately she proved it right. :oops:

So I suggest if you read my bitchy post here, and you have EVER benefited from something Lasmom has posted in response to you or ANYONE, you should message her at LEAST with a HUG and a thank you, or perhaps even a new perspective on the concern she posted about in this forum.

Thanks for listening. :?


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You are absolutley right - I was so wrapped up in my own stuff that I didnt read through this part of the site much until earlier today. When i saw a post from lasmom i figured she was helping someone else through yet another situation, then while reading it pretty much made me cry. I think of her as being so together, i dont expect her to have problems - i know that sounds silly - But I am sorry for it, i feel so selfish, and i am really pissed at this guy - she has nothing to feel guilty about, she was completely honest - it was his risk, and if he was really that spectacular of a guy he would not be putting her through this. Makes me so mad at him, how old is this guy - he sounds like a little kid - i dont know him, before this he sounded great - but i think this comes from underlying issues, maybe he is scared but she didnt do anything, except be honest w/ him which takes a lot of courage. Its HIS loss lasmom, after this i think you could do a lot better, and dont take his waiting crap - well now this is to both you guys, which i owe endless thanks to, just know you're both in my thoughts, Brittany

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Hey S - thanks for the effort - much appreciated.

FYI - I'm taking a break from here where I've got my own stuff to deal with and I have to focus on myself and my family.

Good luck to all. Try and help eachother.


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Listen to your heart.

:( Lasmom,

I am new to this site, but I have noticed that you are a very supportive and loving person. You have helped numerous people. Based on the support you give everyone else, I believe you know in your heart how to handle this situation. It is always harder for someone to listen to their own advice and adhere to it, but I believe that is what you need to do. You are an enormous source of wisdom, understanding and love. Listen to your heart.

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