Skip to content
My WebMD Sign In, Sign Up

Announcements

It's been suggested that we leave a space between the start of a post and the triggering part.

Write something innocuous in the first line. then leave some spaces between in and the subject matter. this should take care of accidentally triggering someone.

How and Why to Report a Post
What happened to caprice?
avatar
leanie98 posted:
What did happen to caprice I dont know the story.She was the most caring compassionate woman.I thought that she would always be here on the board but i know that she has had problems with illness esp fibro which i shared with her.i hope that she is feeling okay right now with the winter It is not pretty in the winter at all or any season at that .I wish you well caprice where ever you are Even though i have not been on the board for quite a long time you will be sadly missed for sure.I dont know what is happening with this board but people need this board just like all the other boards.Please dont yank this board from many people that depend on this place as their savior.If they did not have this who know what would happen.
Reply
 
avatar
friedeggs responded:
it has been posted to one of the other boards that they would moderate from behind the scenes to keep the boards safe. but nobody has heard from any of them in almost three weeks, everyone is been sending emails
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~


Spotlight: Member Stories

it's not very long. i have gone back and forth over the years with this, more so recently. i *like* to think that it started back in basic when ...More

Helpful Tips

question
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// this nothing meant dor taking away people s ... More
Was this Helpful?
10 of 15 found this helpful

Related News

There was an error with this newsfeed

Report Problems With Your Medications to the FDA

FDAYou are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit the FDA MedWatch website or call 1-800-FDA-1088.