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cinderella"MDJunction to me is a life saver... when i first was diagnosed with Scheuermann's Disease i wrote a message to a page i found on google, hoping that they could help me.... you'd never know it but that weird feeling (you know that one where it feels like someone actually cares) came over me when i opened my email next day to find that someone on the other side of the world (at the American Medical Library)had read my message while i was sleeping, and there low and behold was the address to MDJunction.... well it is everything to me, i live it breathe it and love it!!!!! I have found many people who are struggling with similar issues banding together to help each other. It is the best place in the world, and i couldn't think of another place to go to meet so many lovely people....

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somethingdif I'm up on the computer alot. The weather has been crappy.
So I'm putting my journal online

April 15 2010

Apr 15 2012

400 am wake up. usual sleep do remember waking a few times but nothing drastic.

Started Wellbutrin today.

With 10 being lowest I'm about 7 today. Still crying and stuff. Pretty downbut keep on pluggin away is the theme of the day. 

The day was OK. Very mellow and low but ok, no major problems to complain about.  Went for a bunch of short walks too. Hoping tomorrow, even though it looks like rain, will be a better day.

Oh, and start group therapy tomorrow. So it will be a challenging day.

taking my meds and going to bed.



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