Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the group

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Denise, Welcome to the group. I look forward to meeting you through this forum.  Debbie

Denise,  I am so sorry you had to join the group no one wants to join.  But with that said, you have come to a great group where much support will be given.  When one falls or falters there will always be someone here to pick you up or give you sound advice.  Never feel you are alone or what you are going through is unique just to you because at one time or another we all experienced what you are going through.  I no longer post as often but will occasionally check in on the group that saved my life.  Keep coming back, these wonderful people will help you along your new journey.  Hugs, Jane P.

Denise......I'm glad you found our group.  I think you'll find much needed support.  I hope you'll follow and join in the conversations on the Bereaved Spouses wall.


Denise ...  My condolences and I am so sorry you have to join our group, but this is the best group you could ever belong to.  There are wonderful people on here and some going through what you are right now and others that have had a year or more and can give good tips and advice.  You can express yourself or vent in any way you like and no one judges you. We're here to help and are one big family and so, I hope you will consider joining our family as you won't regret it.



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