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healingmychild posted:
So far things have been going good in fb.I have connected with some family that are out of state so its nice to chat.Im at 40 people but really I dont want a big crowd.I share a lot of affirmations and quotes and everybody enjoys.I also share pictures with them and its very nice to see others too mainly its family.So far I haven't got any more messages from the "uncle" so I hope he got the point that he wasn't welcome in my page.I feel more relax.
Im learning how to use it and I want to use it in a positive way.For my own freedom to connect and let others know how I am.For a whole year I pretty much stayed away from some family. Now it don't concern me what they think and most of them are being respectful.
Thank you Caprice for you support and advice. I hope it continues to be a positve activity.
~I am entitled to my own truth.~
There's more than anger,more than sadness,more than terror.There's Hope ~Edith Horning
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff responded:
I keep my friends list pretty small too. It helps to keep it manageable and what is good for ME.

I'm glad it's becoming a positive experience for you.

Next you'll be on Pinterest.... (Totally different and, so far, an entirely positive experience.)
You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
~Christopher Robin to Pooh


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