know how you feel, but don't give up on this site there is a lot of wisdom in others post. i don't post much but i read almost every day ( it helps me a lot) keep in mind that we are ALL in pain here so don't let one post scare you off ( i am sure you have been in scary position before) just realize that we can all have a bad day and this is a safe place for us to let out are feeling, ( Evan if they are off the mark ) lots of luck .View Thread
know i am late i hope you are still reading the board. i wanted to let you know that i am going to my first t appointment at the end of the month and YES i would have done the same thing you did, but because i read your post i will have time to adjust my behavior so thank for be HONEST with us. i wish you the very best .View Thread
my family i have three healthy girls, and 5 grandchildren, a great husband. i have joined a health club that has a therapeutic pool orientation in 2 weeks . i have an appointment to see a therapist at the end of the month ( hopefully good) i can go out in my yard and soak up the sun.View Thread
[Trigger] do believe in GOD, what happen to me was not done by God but people, although people can hurt me i don't believe they can heal me,( i know they can help) so i have to believe God is with me and guiding me to a safe placeView Thread
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