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Sunday July 21, 2002

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Saturday August 10, 2002

Thank you for such a wonderful and illuminating page on the results, effects, and resolution of anger. A great bit of light on a dark subject! More please. George Rolph

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Thursday August 22, 2002

Excellent website! Please let me know of any support groups you would recommend in Jacksonville Florida. Thankyou dw

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Saturday August 31, 2002

What a beautiful article. This just breathes of "hope"; something that can be easily lost, when one is in despair. I am forwarding this article to my husband. If our broken relationship ends, I hope we will go our seperate ways with a positive mind-set. Thank you for your great understanding on this topic. -Heidi in Wisconsin

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Wednesday September 04, 2002

Wonderful, even if some of the articles don't pertain to you, the information is very educational to store in just incase or to be armed with. Carla, Texas

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Thursday January 02, 2003

Excellent. Love Theressa

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Thursday January 30, 2003

I am confused about this statement and it has upset me for a while," When someone comes into our life they accept us for who we are, baggage and all". I have had this statement used against me many a time with the added qualifier "then you have never loved me because if you did you would accept me as I am". Please clarify. thank you for your time.

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Wednesday February 05, 2003

Jan 30, you wrote, “I am confused about this statement and it has upset me for a while," When someone comes into our life they accept us for who we are, baggage and all". I have had this statement used against me many a time with the added qualifier "then you have never loved me because if you did you would accept me as I am". My article: Baggage may be a positive impact or negative impact to who you become over a period of time. My article was trying to be positive and assuming that we all grew and learn from bad experiences. In the growing process we saw our own failings as well as those who may have disappointed us. Those who use “baggage as an excuse to be stuck in some cycle of bad behavior are fooling themselves”. Please run away from people who have not learned from past mistakes for they will repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat, ……………………….. Wayne Misner

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Friday June 20, 2003