thank you f everyone, it was not on for a while because i trouble logging on. u will be foing for a operation soon because they found something on my cat scan , they think i night have cancer, this us wonderful group of people and i thank you all from my heartView Thread
had no where to turn ,so i came back to where if that is ok? recently i have had some more relationship issues with my family tha5t has caused me more self hate, nuw i have to content with my son having a untreatable medical issue ,but not life threat issue, and now i have my own medical issues to deal with, my t is still around but he is booked up until the end of the year, but i get to see him thanksgiving, he told me that ir he had an opening he would keep me tops on the list. he does not what has happened but i left him messages to tell him about itView Thread
Hi dennis, it is me dem, i am sorry about your dad., i lived with the same thing when my aunt passed, the last line is really wonderful, when a person passes . what matters in life to them becomes no longer important to them, he loves you always fir who you are, u think you should keep a journal, write down the favorite things that you did together. i lost my train of thought on what i was going to say. i will try and finish it laterView Thread
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