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MDJunction to me

Macv"For me, MDjunction has been a place where I can share my experiences
living with the very rare bone disease called Ollier's ( Enchondromatosis ) with the parents of children recently diagnosed. I can help them not to run
into the pitfalls my parents did when I was young, give them a bit of a view
from their child's perspective and simply be there to offer support and
hope to people who are scared and just had their lives upended. I also belong to a chronic pain group and it's been a Godsend to be able to actually
talk with others who understand what I'm dealing with. Besides them helping me through my tough times, I can be there to help them as well. Here too, I can use my years of experience to help others avoid pitfalls and it makes me feel good, gives my life more purpose. MDjunction brings people
together when their suffering, at their darkest and feeling alone in this world and allows some light to be brought back into their lives. HOPE, that's what
MDjunction means to me!
Linda aka Macv
" (Macv)

MDJunction testimonials

The Empty Space

Feb 29 2012
In my heart and in my mind.  It feels like I'm missing something.  Like it's right there in front of me but I can't see it.  It's coming back.  Slowly, persistantly, and I'm running out of places to hide.  I can't pretend it anymore.  I need to run.  To get away.  To silence the voices that scream in my head.  Keeping me from sleep.  Distracting me from life.  Everything hurts.  I can't keep it together anymore.  The evil dragon inside of me has awaken.  Edyn is back once more.....

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