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Lis11 posted:
Hey everyone,

Sorry I have been absent for a while. I just can't get myself to do anything. Still laying in bed and feeling worthless and you know all the other feelings that go with that.

I am sorry I haven't been posting and helping others, its hard to help others when I can't even help myself.

I am still waiting to hear when I start my ECT treatments. Its got my nervous but excited at that hopes to feel better for while. I will update you when I know whats going on.

Thanks for thinking of me and I am thinking of all of you always even though I am not on. I am still watching whats going on.

Hugs to all!
Lis
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BeHapppy118 responded:
Hello Liz,

It's good hearing from you again! But if you need to take care of you right now than that's more important then being here helping others. Thank you for thinking of us. I hope everything goes well for you.

Sending hugs back.
So, this is my life. And I want you to know that I am both happy and sad and I'm still trying to figure out how that could be.
- Stephen Chbosky


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