Good to hear from you D, altho I am sorry you are struggling as well. I'm glad to hear you have your buddy with you. Unconditional love is a very good thing. Too bad us humans aren't as good with it, no? Esp with ourselves. Sorry to hear of the pending job loss. Things aren't what they used to be, that's for sure. I'm thinking of older relatives who only had 1 or 2 jobs their whole life -- talk about committment from the employee and employer! Wise to focus on things to look forward to - like seeing your kids and gkids soon. I need to figure out what I can look forward to...View Thread
Hello, I don't know if any of you remember me, I haven't been posting in months. I had been doing well for the most part but am having issues again. I'm trying not to cry as I type this. I have gained weight and plan to limit what I eat to take it off. I am sad, sad, sad.View Thread
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