I just read your message you sent me. Never before have I heard such unfounded, ignorant racist comments as you left. I had a cradleboard till I was almost one. Do you know the purpose of cradleboards? Your comment about Apache mother's hitting their babies on their heads if they bit when nursing and that this made them "warlike". You are the most rude, ignorant, full of yourself "person" I've ever heard on here. I hope I never hear from you again. Even if I get kicked off MH for saying this, I don't care. I deleted your message because I couldn't stand having such toxic statements near me.
Just a quick note to say hi! your comments to jessie on HIS journal entry were not necessary. they were down right rude. he is a forum member struggling to survive his addiction. may i suggest if you can not be supportive (which happens to be what medhelp is about) you check out a few other forums and hopefully stay there instead of here. you were rude and owe him an apology.
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