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#1112274 02/15/04 02:37 AM
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Your right - nevermind! I really need to practice my mothers advice - if you can't say anything nice....I apologize.

<small>[ February 15, 2004, 09:37 AM: Message edited by: Lovely ]</small>

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Lovely,

I have read there, you cant help people that have no respect for themselve, or like themselve's.

#1112276 02/15/04 09:22 AM
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Lovely,

Please bring your comment directly to TOW board. There are many TOWer lurk & post here too. As we don't post to critize other's point of view in this board ... I think at least we should do the same even the poster is on other board.

how are you doing lately ?.

-rh-

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Lovely, just a word of advice, stay out of the sewer if you don't want to stink. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Smile]" src="images/icons/smile.gif" />

#1112278 02/15/04 09:40 AM
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Redhat - thanks for asking! Doing okay today. Husband desparately wants to come home *again*. I'm so scared of a false recovery and of me completely giving up if we have one but other than that - I'm great!

#1112279 02/15/04 02:13 PM
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Lovely,

Well you know the drill ... let him do NC and prove to you that he want to work on M. Also depends on how long he has been out from home, you might not even want him home right away. He has to earn it and there is no red carpet. Otherwise you are going back again to square one and you will give up.

Just date him and let him to see M conselor ... I would not recomend working it on your own.

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