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Kate_Te posted:
I am a member of the Self harm community. Now, maybe allowing the other communities to self moderate may be a good idea, I don't know; but not having either Caprice or Chrissy stopping in at least once per week on a board where they understand our issues is preposterous.
This is a board for people who harm themselves as a coping technique to handle the stress in their lives. We have a level of comfort with Caprice & Chrissy that is needed in order to properly moderate this board. We have unique needs and these ladies know our back stories. Please respond with something other than that canned response Georgia placed on our board. Thank you. Kate
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friedeggs responded:
saw what you wrote kate te and that was well done it i loved the last part just as much , i dont get it webmd is the best of them all and yet they seem to think they need to keep up with the jones
~ Live in faith and expect the best. Through every trial, God will make sure you come out better than before.~
 
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MandyCake responded:
Well written Kate_Te!
Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.

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