Hope you're feeling good & that you continue to do so. Is the site helpful for you?Lots of nice folk willing to give support & share experiences with. Much easier/better to communicate with those that have shared problems ~ unlike those that prescribe & often don't have experience of how bad things can be. I'm doing great now, wonderful feeling. Hope same for you. Best wishes, George
Hope you feel better soon! Have you had a good look around the site yet? Try some posts to anyone you think has something that might be of interest to you. Unless you put more info/send notes etc you'll not receive much supprort?Bye for now. George
Just a quick note to say hi! You'll find this site very supportive. Lots of those on it share your problems & will freely communicate with you about whatever questions you raise. Hope that this good weather we're currently having is doing you good?Site's been helpful to me, although I only recently found it. You'll get out of it as much as you put in. Best wishes,
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