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Many new people

Monday, August 17, 2009

I have met so many new and interesting people on this web sit, I am so glad to be a part of it. emoticon

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MICHCONRN 8/23/2009 12:08AM

  And you're one of the new people that we've all had the opportunity to meet! Thanks for joining us!
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MCCALI59 8/18/2009 7:00AM

  I am very glad to meet you. I think this place is great also. emoticon

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WEEDONNA 8/17/2009 11:31PM

    Hi glad your here. This place is great! I feel your hope and glad to be a part of it to. emoticon emoticon

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Sunday, August 16, 2009

I am finding that I am able to fight off some of my depression partly due to the fact of all the positive e-mails that I receive and read from other Spark People. emoticon emoticon

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MCCALI59 8/24/2009 7:31AM

  I am really trying to pay heed to all that I learned from Spark People and although it is slow going I think it is working.

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MICHCONRN 8/23/2009 12:04AM

  I'm another one who has battled depression since my teens. I know what you're dealing with. I know the pain. Hang in there.
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PRICKLY101 8/17/2009 3:04PM

    That's really good!

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LADYIRISH317 8/16/2009 11:14AM

    That's what we're here for, to suport and love each other. Glad we're helping you!

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RIPPEDPAUL1 8/16/2009 7:52AM

    I second Marchmaid's suggestion! Good luck and you have my support. emoticon

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MARCHMAID 8/16/2009 7:42AM

    Glad Sparkpeople is helping. Take a little time to add to your main page--put up a ticker and some pictures so folks can get a handle on some of the things you think are important about yourself---other than being depressed. I'm down right now because I've been sick and sometimes life is disappointing, but expect to bounce back eventually.

Is this the way you always feel? Have you talked to someone about it -- a professional I mean? Do you live alone? What do you like to do?

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The Bronx

Friday, August 14, 2009

Even though I left the Bronx 37 years ago I still visited for many years after because of family. Now there isnt anyone left to visit except the cametary. I did not leave my heart in San Francisco but I left it in TheBronx.

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MCCALI59 8/15/2009 2:48AM

  Thank you for ypur sympathy. I probably will not locate until I pass away and then I want to be buried in the Bronx with my family. emoticon

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AMYC128 8/14/2009 6:34PM

    I'm sorry to hear that McCali. I can relate most of my family has passed on as well. I have been thinking of relocating, but home is always where the heart is.

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What part of Ny do I come From

Thursday, August 13, 2009

I have been living in East Yaphank. in Suffolk County on Long island for 37 years now.
I originally came from the Bronx in New York city.

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BRONXBABE 8/13/2009 6:16AM

Go, Bronx!

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

I find that so many people have a problem drinking water. They have to add some flavoring to be able to drink it. I myself that if it is not plain water I am still thirsty. emoticon

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MCCALI59 8/13/2009 12:46AM

  I am a coffee person but I do drink tea after too much coffee and when I dont feel too well. I prefer green tea as opposed to flavored ones. emoticon

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_MAOMAO_ 8/12/2009 8:09PM

  You're right about wawa! All diet drinks will actually induce thirst. Diet Rite and Hansen soda's may be 2 of the only exceptions, since they have no sodium. However, even artificial sweeteners will make folks thirsty. I like adding stuff to water, but I like plain water, too. I'm a health care professional and tell folks that only plain water, water with citrus added, or weak green or white tea count as plain water. Weight Watchers' standard is that if it's clear and has no caffeine it counts as water. That's certainly better than not getting enough fluids at all.

emoticonMy tea may not start out weak, but adding water to it a few times till there's very little flavor and color, gets all the nutrients out of it!

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