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neshama48"Having Crohn's Disease for over 26 years, in the first few years, it lonely and isolating.
Though now my disease is in a near perfect remission, my friends and family are sympathetic to me, but I can not talk to them about this disease. When I stumbled across MD Junction, and met others who had the same disease I was not alone in battling the disease. MD Junction is like a second family, without the judgement or guilt of having Crohn's Disease, but they do give you love and support.
" (neshama48)

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manicmetoo clip its from posts on the forum, good info for me so I dont forget this stuff. Sometimes I know it, sometimes I dont.

self pitty

Mar 19 2011
I have been feeling alittle better, almost happy today and yesterday, wow!  I need so much!  I need support, I am thankful to this site as read so many stories similar to mine.  I do getjealous and even angry with the success stories as if it will never happen to me, but it will right, no need for anger and jealousy which makes me ashamed for feeling that way.  I know I should see others success as it is incouraging, maybe that will come later.  I have been lurking here for awhile now and even posting alittle, but never asking for the help or support in which I really need, I almost cry just writing this, as if I of course dont deserve it.  How rediculous my mind is thinking I must sacrifice everything and receive nothing.  I think it is this thought process that keeps me so sick, I do deserve love, support, happiness, and anything else everybody deserves.  Maybe some day I will believe this.  deb

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written by IDoNotKnow, March 19, 2011
written by IDoNotKnow, March 19, 2011
You do deserve love, support and happiness!!!
If you want to talk I am around.
written by manicmetoo, March 19, 2011

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