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friedeggs posted:
to the fact that i misunderstood what i read and i am truly wrong and sorry for that. but rhe rest is the truth i have been trying to do the relaxtion methods but i get so tried doing it .i have no self esteem left,what little i do my mom is going to take away. like i said i am really sorry for misunderstanding . you all mean the world to me
My family tree must have been an oak because all my relatives are nuts.
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MandyCake responded:
Friedeggs,

Never feel a need to apologize to me... I do understand you sweet woman. You mean the world to us as well... We accept each other here, without judgement, with open arms, because we are family... And this family, unlike the "traditional" ones, sticks together through thick and thin and work to help each other, not tear each other apart. Okay?

Love to you.
Bonnie
I have acheived my dream of being a kyte, for a single day, riding the wind. The anchors that held me down lifted... I was set free.. Now my journey of healing is possible. Gra' Bonnie


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