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"I meant to share this story yesterday, since it was Thanksgiving and i have lots to be thankful for, especially for the people I've met here. Thank you for all your support!
Anyway, I work for the Department of Welfare, over 20 years..."
That's wonderful! You are not the only one going through this stuff trust me. Right now I'm in so much pain I would give anything for a pill. To be honest, if I had insurance I would go to the dr for something non narcotic that would help the pain. It *****. But...this is one of those times I have to remember how far I've come. Just remember you're not alone. I am happy to help with anything. I am so glad I've inspired just one person. :)
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