About Me: Female, 38, boston , MA, member since Jun 2010
I am someone who is interested in learning about others who may have useful tips in dealing with daily anxiety...I have learned a lot about myself through some self help books, and have tips to share as well ..I am open and very respectful and accepting of anyone I meet
[More], because I know we are more connected and alike than could ever be different from each other:)
"Hi there.. I have not been to a dentist in probably ten years now, or maybe 11 or 12. That is a rough estimate. For me it is because I have jaw pain a few days a week, from TMJ. I fear it will ache too much getting a cleaning, and it can..."
You are in my thoughts and prayers.Just hang around here and you well get a lot of Love..It is so powerful out here. I belong to the Addiction area but I am branching out..We have communitys from A-Z find one that you are good at. Or just go into as much as you feel like..Thank you for your Kind note and I know you will get to love yourself...lol
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