Since this is our suport group for issues beside breast cancer, I am here now asking for special thoughts and vibes. Without going into it at length, I have again hit a brick wall in a personal matter. Despite every effort imaginable, I can't seem to make a dent.
I desperately need the wisdom of Solomon and the patience of Job and any ole miracle hanging around heaven's door!
Thanks all! This is and has been an ongoing challenge, but sometimes I just feel totally overwhelmed and that's when I reach out for friendly hands. Thanks for supplying my very needy self with friends who care!! It may not change the situation (It'll take a miracle for that!), but it does help the feeling of loss!
Don't be surprised to see me asking again in the near future.
Does this new WebMD set-up have a "replay" button that I could just click on at times like that???
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