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Thread: How did you tell your family + friends about your illness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.bryce View Post
    elo,
    at first i thought "oh no"

    but i do not like facebook

    as i thought more about it.............

    it is probably a good idea.
    Steve,

    I agree with you i've never joined and been asked alot but the member's off the staffysite i'm with the arguments they've had with other's besides hearing it otherwise, well it's a no thank you from me.

    It's everyone to their own plus their own enjoyment of reaching to people and friends.

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    I recently told my brother and got "well at least you get a Sienfeld routine out of it". Then I told my boss, who said, "oh that's nothing, I know a woman who has that and she's perfectly fine. You're lucky it was nothing serious". So, I'm reluctant to tell others.

    My hubby, kids and dad are supportive. That's all I need, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peridot20_Gem View Post
    Christ the brains of some people are hard to understand.
    It's hard to understand something that in some cases, does not exist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob View Post
    It's hard to understand something that in some cases, does not exist!
    Well Rob you've nailed it on the head mate how the condition looks to outsiders.

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