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friedeggs posted:
I wanted to reply to the thanksgiving thread but ruin it for everyone else. my brother is having an operation on wednesday and then leave the hospital on thanksgiving, this is bringing our mom up from new witch of a sister found out about it. as some people know she a toxic person that i removed from my life. she never comes around unless there is something in it for her
A best friend is someone who never leaves you when you need them.Someone who never means to hurt you.And is someone who loves you.
Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
I hope you can manage to find something positive in what sounds like a difficult holiday for you this year. (((hugs)))

You'll get through this, Dem. One hour at a time.
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh
MandyCake responded:

I can not even imagine what this must feel like for you. Is it possible for you to go out for thanksgiving somewhere and not interact or have limited contact with those who stress you out?

Be strong. Be safe... The day, I hope will pass quickly for you.

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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