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March 24, 2010

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Britta

Yay for you to get it out there!!! Sometimes not telling is the worst part, because that is all you can think about inside your head while trying to concentrate on the conversation at hand!!!

sarah

sara, you rock. i always had such a hard time with this and always tried practicing the, "slip it into a conversation nonchalantly" strategy too. that is, until i started having surgeries and there was no scooting around the RA bomb anymore since it was no longer "invisible." sucks to have surgeries, but it was a big help in me getting over it for good, conversation stopper or not, it comes with the package... now what to do about employers...

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