This is not my community. This is OUR community. Let's make it the BEST community on WebMD!
We'll learn from each other. We'll support each other. We'll remember that we all have a disease that is hard to live with. We'll do our best to 'gently' state our thoughts/feelings. We'll get angry but we'll step away until we can think more clearly. We'll become the best of friends.
Love to all, Mary
I'm strong willed and I tell it like it is. I make mistakes, I'm sometimes out of control, but I love and give with all my heart. Have patience with me as I heal.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Just one more thingThis is not my community. This is OUR community. Let's make it the BEST community on WebMD!<br /> <br />We'll learn from each other.<br />We'll support each other.<br />We'll remember that we all have a disease that is hard to live with.<br />We'll do our best to 'gently' state our thoughts/feelings.<br />We'll get angry but we'll step away until we can think more clearly.<br />We'll become the best of friends.<br /> <br />Let's go!<br /> <br />Love to all,<br />Mary
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