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    jankearney123 posted:
    I'll try this again. it ate my other post. Good to see you! I'm glad you wrote! I hope you are feeling a bit better!
    I'm trying to find out how to be in cognito but wmd won't answer my email. and i've tried but i don't know how to do it.
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    lostkate responded:
    Thanks Fran,

    This morning I feel a little better, taking it really slow. The last couple weeks were really bad for me. Everything just was building up. Im working on getting myself back.

    why do you want to go incognito?


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