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TalithaCumi"MDJunction is a wonderful place, full of wonderful people. People that I have learned that I can rely on for anything that I need whenever I need it;
A hug in times of stress.
Prayer in times of crisis
Encouragement in times of doubt.
A laugh in times of sadness.
A smile in times of heartache.
Hope in times of hopelessness.
Assurance in times of fear.
A reminder of the good things in life in times of depression.
And most importantly, love when I need it the most. MDJ has become like a family to me. I have priceless friends that I will hold in my heart and love forever. MDJ is a place of safety, when I know I can be myself and that I am loved. Thank you all SO much, you mean the world to me.
" (TalithaCumi)

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susiefursnakes
susiefursnakes
Rank Member
Online Status OFFLINE
Member Since 12/21/2010 02:05 PM
Last Online 01/07/2011 10:57 AM
Gender: Female
Birthdate: 02/04/1966
State: Texas
Country: United States of America
Occupation: Registered Nurse, owner director of Ferret Sanctuary
A little about me: Hi, my name is Susie...i have debilitating panic disorder w/moderate to severe agoraphobia and generalized anxiety. All stemming from being hit by an 18 wheeler at a stoplight and rupturing 7 discs....etc, etc. i deal with chronic pain, fibromyalgia, nerve damage, among many other maladies directly caused by sequalae from the mva.
i am a registered nurse, but am inactive at this time. i own/direct WeezleWings Ferret Sanctuary in East Tx for surrendered, rescued, disabled, and hospice ferrets. i've done this for over a decade. i honestly owe my continued existance in this awfully horrible limited world i have been forced to live in to these precious fursnakes. i have 4 rescue kitties , all between the ages of 10 and 14 and also a nanday conure (parrot) who is 14 yrs old as well.
i listen to all kinds of music when i am not battling basilar migraines from some of the ruptured discs in my neck. i'm an avid bookreader and moviewatcher and love trivia and brain games. dont i sound a bit boring? well, its all i can think of to write for the moment , im sure as i get used to this group and how things are done i will improve this little bio.
thank you for reading this.
My Awareness Ribbons
 
"chronic basilar migraines, chronic classic migraines"
 
"chronic fatique syndrome"
 
"agoraphobia, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, post traumatic stress syndrome"
 
"fibromyalgia, chronic pain, domestic violence and emotional abuse."
 
"severe panic attacks"
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Clarita gave me a Hug
04/10/2014 03:38 PM
a HugHello :-), Group Hug time from your Group Leader Clarita,
Please check out all the new posts over on Chronic Pain Support Group plus if you are able to join in then please freely do so plus thanks in advance for this- this would be fabulous(only if you can post as your pains are not too high or you are not too busy or both of these) if able to join in then do so - refuse to sit on the sidelines- be active/proactive as the more that join in the better it is for the dynamics of the group :-) so the better it is for us all!

Very warm welcome to all new members here- make your fine selves at home with us :-)!

Respect is vital- hence my rant of a post earlier- always treat your fellow chronic pain community member with the upmost respect as well as show them gratitude whenever they take their time to help You. Manners cost little yet make a big difference. Always be civil, adult like as well as treat each other as equals, too.

Bullies will be given zero tolerance by us GL's, too.

Though, on the whole this is a supportive fabulous community even though it has been a little quiet in its voices recently(soon to change hopefully)!
It is a real honour to serve as a GL here alongside Mike and Fibroforever.

Huge heartfelt thanks for all the supportive kind messages receive regularly via private messages from you lovely people here as well as the wonderful hugs- touches me deeply to know that you care plus appreciate what do for You. So huge heartfelt thanks.

All those here holding on tightly keep holding on tightly plus know that it will pass/ease up! Lean on us here for support , too.
If you are in a good phase or just want to show you care then please reach out to your fellow chronic pain member with some words of encouragement or support.

Take excellent care of You- each one of You here, plus take brilliant care of one another. Be kind as we are all each fighting hard battles- as the saying goes!

Choose to be the best you can be plus learn to be your own best friend- make it so!

Look forward to seeing new posts as well as new faces on the support group- all who can make it happen.

Sending you my warmest wishes plus super soothing hugs, namaste Clarita :-)
namaste= the light in me honours the light in you

KittenMittens gave me a Hug
04/03/2014 09:53 AM
a HugThe Agoraphobics Dealing with PTSD group is celebrating their 2 year anniversary at MDJunction. There are nearly 500 topics and 167 members (so far!). Come and join the celebration

KittenMittens gave me a Hug
03/30/2014 12:46 AM
a HugHey everyone. It's been a while since I have set a group hug~ In fact, I am an equal opportunity hugger. :-) Also, I just wanted to share a blog that my daughter just started. She is struggling with an eating disorder and needs all of the support that she can get. bankruptbeautiful. tumbler. com is her way of reaching out to those that share her body image issues. Thank you all for the support that I received these past few years. It means the world to me.

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