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    davedsel57 posted:
    As many of you are aware, members coming and going on all internet message boards and communities is simply part of life. You just get to know someone, and *poof*, they're gone.

    I'm do not want to be one those people who just *poof* leave, but do need to take a break. This WebMD Bipolar Community is just a bit too much for me right now. I will check in periodically but not every day. I hope you can all understand.

    You are all wonderful people. I pray you continue to be victorious in your lives and find ways to cope.
    Please click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story.


    bipoet001 responded:
    Dave, I will miss having a man's point of view on this board. David

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