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jpcrps"When I found MD Junction, I was in the beginning stages of RSD/CRPS. I was scared, lacked knowledge about the condition, and felt very alone.

MD Junction changed all of that for me. I found friendship and terrific information from people who had first-hand knowledge of this syndrome. It was and still is a big part of my life.

MDJ was my first step on the journey of grief; from denial to acceptance. I am now inspired to help others by sharing this amazing site and sharing my own experiences. I am very impressed that one forum site can provide hope and inspiration to people suffering from so many different conditions. I am proud to be a part of this community.
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butterfly09576 I swear...I never know what is going on in my head.
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hopefully something good comes of this...

Dec 18 2011
I am so excited.  I am so nervous.  With my history you would think that i would want to have nothing to do with psych hospitals.  But I just got a job as intake in the psychiatric ER.  And I am really excited.  It is nerve racking going from a job I have had for the past 7 years, where I was comfortable and knew everyone, but I was no longer happy, to a place where I know no one, but this may be leading to my dream.  I have attempted suicide in the past, a few times, and I think I want to get into suidide prevention.  I am terrrified, but I feel like this is where I belong.  I don't want others to feel the way I did.  I feel like this may be the change I have been needing!

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