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    Great Article: The Challenges of Living with Invisible Pain or Illness
    lupylisa44 posted:
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.

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    ssh49tn responded:
    Just wanted to tell you, how much I appreciate your line on top of your posts. Faith in God, love from my family & friends, & trying to learn to be patient, is all that has helped me make it through this past year. Time and again God has shown me how much I can rely on Him to help me get through whatever is going on. God bless you!!

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