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  1. thebeepea
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    Woot woot! It was a profound month for me, too. xoxo

    • Jane Waterman
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      I just read your plan over at your blog – it sounds like you've indeed had amazing insights. I wish you all the best with your action plan! Many blessings. Jane

  2. Angela Tucker
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    I have Shogrens Sydrome, Lupus SLE , connective tissue diease, chronic pancreatitus, and other smaller things that come with the package! I was finally diagnosed in 2005, husband left, got coustody because I take morphine ever day for pancreatic pain! I was immediately given Social Security disability the first time I applied. I have just found your blog and I'm touch and cannot wait to read more! Helping me not feel completely alone!

    • Jane Waterman
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      Hi Angela,

      Thanks for writing! Wow, it certainly sounds like you have had your share of challenges. How heartbreaking! I'm glad you were given the assistance you deserved.

      You're definitely not alone. I think many of us dealing with invisible illnesses feel that way, but when we reach out, we discover that there are many others who know what we're going through. Take care.

      Blessings,
      Jane

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