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Yes, lots of good stuff here. Great archive of old helpful posts too. We respond to them just like they were posted yesterday . But that's good because the help is revived and goes on, even when the thread has died.

Welcome and hope you enjoy being here.  If you write, think about sharing poetry or other at the Poetry Corner. I think it's under the forum for Coping, or something like that.


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Yes. I love it here too! Makes me feel not as alone and everyone is so nice and willing to help!! It gives me a little hope that life can go on when it seems like it can't. 

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Yes. I love it here too! Makes me feel not as alone and everyone is so nice and willing to help!! It gives me a little hope that life can go on when it seems like it can't. 

Yeah, that's why it's so important to talk to people, even when we don't feel like it. And lurking is good too for those who are shy, withdrawn and introverted. They usually eventually come out to play after a while :). The Internet makes a BIG difference in people being able to have some sort of social life, when they can't get out and around at this time. And so much free info for when we don't have money to buy books, etc. I'm so grateful for all of the help that I get on the Net, and for all of my friends and acquaintances.

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Hey ST, welcome to the family. This site holds the best and most knowledgeable supporters of any site YOU will find! CG is absolutely correct in saying she is grateful, so am I. Back 30 yrs ago internet wasn't invented. We sought out support in books with actual pages and we talked about such topics with no one. Such issues were never discussed. Today everyone is just a click away from a welcoming ear, shoulder or a friendly voice (on paper) but still supportive. I'm very happy you found us. If we can help please ask anything. We all have story and we share everything here :) !  Take care sweetypie , Hugs Aces 

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