I am new here so and I can’t answer for others but I do hear you and wish you well.. I know how as I have felt the very same as you.
It has been my experience with posting boards. People are not ignoring you they are talking to people they know and therefore are comfortable in communicating with who they know. Not saying its right or saying it’s wrong, just saying it seems to be human nature and the way it goes on sites like this.
Know you are not alone keep asking for help and it will come.
I hope you feel better and hang in there.
Thanks for your reply. It does make me feel better. Maybe that is true that the people who know each other communicate. I just feel it doesn't hurt to offer advice to some one who is new and in need of help. I will keep trying for now. Thanks again for your kind words.
Post Edited By Moderator (ShynSassy) : 6/26/2007 5:25:19 AM (GMT-6)
Hi - I am new here and I have thought the same thing, but like others have said, I know I dont post unless I feel what I have to say would really help... but at the same time I know how much it helps just to be acknowledged, to know someone is listening and cares, whether they have the magic words or not.... so I really know where you are coming from...
So please know sister, that I care and am holding you in my higher thoughts.....
Faithfully4you made a statement in her reply to you that said:
Aurora, what you need to remember is that you are not worthy of anyone replying to your posts and what I have found with this forum is that the advice and encouragement you get from this forum are TRUE AND THOUGHT THROUGH!!!
It's Carla from over on the epilepsy board. I want you to feel free to email me any time you need to. I really mean any time. Since I'm still having seizures, I'm stuck at home any way, which is a little depressing to me. I do take Celexa. Helping each other helps take the focus off what we're dealing with or at least forget about it for a little bit.
Thanks so much for all your help and support. It really means a lot to me. I am doing a little better thanks to getting out and doing my volunteer job. I have also figured out a way to talk to my son about getting him more independent so now I just have to do it. I know how staying in a lot can really get you down. I hope you have some friends who can visit with you. I am always here to help you if you need someone to talk to or just an e-hug. Take care of yourself - I really do care.