Calling all liberated MSer 1month,2month,..anniversary post

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Calling all liberated MSer 1month,2month,..anniversary post

Postby goldamier » Sat May 22, 2010 7:38 am

Hi Liberated people:

Hope you are enjoying your time. I was wondering if we can have a post to track your progresses on your anniversaries. Some people have blog to do that but the number of the blogs are very limited.

I am not aware of such a post if it already exist. The tracking post does not get updated for each person.

As much as I understand that after liberation you just want to forget about this disease and go on with your life but please at this point do us non-liberated people a big favor and update us on your progress.

Thanks a lot in advance
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Postby Vhoenecke » Sat May 22, 2010 7:43 am

Up at the top in a sticky is a tracking project that many are updating.
I am 3.5 weeks out of surgery and doing great.

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Postby goldamier » Sat May 22, 2010 7:50 am

Thanks, really glad to hear that. I hope you get better and better EVERY day.
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Postby esta » Sat May 22, 2010 8:35 am

HI Val
I think using the tracking project for updates is wise as we liberated folks should be responsible for recording our future changes. i think thats what needs to be imparted. i had 6 in my group nd only 2of us have done the tracking so far... how can we get others motivated????????? guilt???????
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Postby Trish317 » Sat May 22, 2010 8:50 am

esta wrote:HI Val
I think using the tracking project for updates is wise as we liberated folks should be responsible for recording our future changes. i think thats what needs to be imparted. i had 6 in my group nd only 2of us have done the tracking so far... how can we get others motivated????????? guilt???????
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I'm always reading everyone's updates because I want to know the best and the worst of what my darling man could expect. Of course, reading the worst is disheartening but it helps to keep things in perspective. Although, I have very strong faith and hope for him. He, on the other hand, tries to keep his hopes at a minimum. The man will never experience the placebo effect.

Please keep those updates coming! Thanks and God bless you all! I pray for your continued improvements.
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