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    purpledolphingirl4 posted:
    I just wanted to share my feelings about this board. I have been a member of webmd for many years and it has been constantly changing to a different format. I must admit that it is growing old changing so much so fast. I know you can't please everyone but somewhere, this has to stop.

    I have been having a rough time lately. My case got moved to a trial and I am not mentally ready but will be glad that is over with. I will have advocates with me plus a friend.

    I came back here to let you all know I will not be returning to WebMD anymore and moving on. If you want to friend me on FB. Let me know by pm(private message me on FB) and I will friend you. Good luck to rest of you on your endeavors wherever you go and plans.

    ddnos responded:
    {{{{{{{{{{{{{{{{Beej}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} I'm sorry to see you leave, but I guess we all have to do what we believe to be best for us. I wish you well in all that you do! I'm glad that you have good support for the trial you will be going through!

    On a side note - I was unaware of any additional changes that WebMD has adopted recently, or in a long time, actually. Who knows, maybe it changed right around me. lol

    Anyway, hold on tight to hope because hope can get you through anything!

    Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
    jselleck replied to ddnos's response:
    Sorry to see you leave. I'm not thrilled with the changes either, but for now I'm sticking with the board. Good luck with everything you do in the future. ((((((Hugs)))))

    skypper replied to jselleck's response:
    Really dislike the changes as well, ever since they switched from the old format it hasn't been as great a hangout here. I'm not on nearly as often either but do pop on by from time to time to say hello to my good friends here.
    Do what you need to do for you hun (((hugs)))
    When nothing's going right, go left!
    ibex7 responded:
    So long for now doesn't need to be good bye forever. We've watched you grow with us for years and I want you to always feel welcome when you may return. - goat
    sandtiger responded:
    ((( Beej )))

    We'll miss you!

    ~ San
    :: Living is more than just being alive - Anberlin ::
    bpcookie responded:
    Hey honey bunny, If you have skype or if you would upload skype, I can chat with ya there. You can find me under my email addy. smoochies
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