Thank you so much for responding to me. Just knowing there are other people out there that understand and care means the world to me..Not that I would ever want anyone to have to go through this.Thank you for caring.SandyView Thread
Hello my name is Sandy ,When it gets dark ..It gets really dark ...Noises are driving me mad ...No one that I can talk to that would or could understand me.Need to find a pen pal so we can help lift each other up.. when it just feels hopeless...Is there any body out there ...Feeling very alone and My husband isn't helping either when he tells me I am crazy ...I had a very rough weekend.Thanks SandyView Thread
Hi my name is Sandy and I could really use a pen-pal I have bipolar disorder and see a physiatrist every 2 months ...I also suffer with Rheumatoid Arthritis ...I would really like to find a lady around my age 50 to help each other out when it gets really dark to lift each other up ...Please contact me if anyone is interested...Thank you ! SandyView Thread
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