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 Posted: Friday September 29th, 2006 11:37 pm
   
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Just something to think about...

Behind every monitor :pc: reading this forum is a person. A person with opinions and feelings.

The majority of the people posting on this forum are sick. :fever: Most have some sort of memory loss, brain fog, or neurological problems, or all 3 together.

Everyone has come to this forum for support. :hug:

We are essentially all here for the same reason. To learn more about APS :br: and to gain support and friendship from others who have this disease.

So, PLEASE...when posting...try to remember this. :remind:

The written word is very often taken the wrong way. :pencil: It lacks the tone of voice that an over the phone conversation has and it also lacks body movement that a person to person conversation has. It is sometimes hard to catch sarcasm, and can sometimes be misinterpreted.

I just hope that people can try to remember this or keep it in mind when posting.

Everyone's here to help each other....unfortunately, this disease has touched all of our lives in some way :prescription:...but fortunately, we have each other to try to get through it.



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