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    Rebekah89 posted: i'm new and i don't really understand how posting things work or anything. I was diagnosed when i was 16. Things are getting hard and i thought this might be a good place to talk about things and get support.
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    slik_kitty responded:
    welcome to the board. just click on discussion under the post now button and start typing away. then when people are reading posts they can respond and try to help, and you can read other people's posts and respond to them.
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    Welcome aboard Rebekah.

    You will find lots of support and friendship here.
    lilbrina3 responded:
    I am new too so if you would like to talk I believe thats why everyone is here.

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