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Re: Are some of us invisible?

Posted by JahL on March 21, 2001, at 15:18:21

In reply to Are some of us invisible?, posted by Chris A. on March 21, 2001, at 11:23:59

> > When I post it seems as if anyone rarely replies. Is there some phenomena that causes some of us to be shunned? It's hard for me to post at all. Right now it is because the Geodon makes me shake so badly that I can hardly hit the keys. Guess the non-popular people in real life are not accepted in cyberspace either. I have tried to be supportive, but guess I am missing the boat.

I wouldn't let it get you down. Most of my posts don't receive a direct answer but I think that's just the nature of a large, increasingly less intimate board. I don't think it's personal; I had considered you to be a fairly 'significant' poster, fwiw.

> >For those who are offended when anyone mentions disdain for God and prayer I feel offended because obviously that is all that is left.

Perhaps this is aimed towards me, amongst others. 'Obviously' I would take issue with yr use of the word 'obviously'. In what way is it obvious?

Why are you offended by an *equally valid*, if opposing, point of view? Again, it's nothing personal. Even if yr faith is absolute you must surely understand why others find it difficult to share in yr beliefs.

> >Meds let you down, people let you down and docs are out of town. I thought this board was meant for support as well as education.
> Chris A.

It is. Keep up the support.





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