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Started by natopee1, January 26, 2020, 07:15:39 pm

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natopee1

Good evening,
  I came across this web site on line and was intereseted to see what others had to say as well about there experiences and maybe hopefully get some advice on what I should do in my situation.

Stilllearning

Hello N!  We are glad you found us.  We ask all new members to go to our HomePage and under Open Me First to read the posts we have placed there for you. Please pay special attention to the Forum Agreement to be sure WWU is a fit. We are a monitored Website.

There is a wealth of information in our archives for you to read.  Also if you find a particular post that resonates with you, you can go to that person's profile and read their other posts.  You will find some really good suggestions here.  Things that brought me back from a place of complete hopelessness.  I cannot tell you how much the wise women here have helped me.  Some have moved on but some stay to help others.  When you feel comfortable to share your situation I feel certain there will be some wonderfully wise thoughts shared with you.

Hugs!
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You can grow flowers or you can grow weeds.
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luise.volta

I second the motion: Welcome! We're here for you.  :)
Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. Dalai Lama