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I'm not really good at introducing myself. I'm really shy and keep to myself even when I should reach out to others. It can take me a little to open up to people. I no longer want to suffer in silence.

I am a young military wife with no children, just cats. I adore them and don't know what I'd do without them. I've struggled with bipolar and panic disorder since I was a teenager and it has seemed to become worse because I had to grow up so fast and I ended up isolated myself after moving away from my family. I get homesick so bad that it physically hurts sometimes.

On a positive note, I love to write. I get a lot out of writing but I still have some days where I just can't face my emotions and put them on paper. I love the band Dir en Grey, my friends and family, and I truly care about others. I don't like to see others in pain.

I look forward to being her in hope that it not only helps me but helps others.


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Hi Angel,

Welcome at SF! I think you'll fit right in :) . Lots of cat lovers in the community. Looking forward to see your posts...and again:


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welcome angel.. take your time, look around some ... we ain't so bad and are glad to have you here now with us.. tc, Jim


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You said your married to the military.. When your husband deploys can't you go home for a couple of weeks..It will help with the homesickness..I learned from experience that when your gone for so long people disappear.. I was in the Marines and when I would come home on leave someone else would be gone..By the time I got out everyone had disappeared..I wish you the best here on the forums..I'm sure you will make friends..
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