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Hi, first time I’ve done this.  Just seems like I have no one to just be able to talk with.  I know there’s others that feel like me.  The few people that I have left, have all there own issues and I for sure don’t want to be that all about me person.  Hope there’s others that want to start a friendship to just talk.  Thank you, TheresaF849375

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Yeah, I get it. 

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Hi,  thank you,…I know there’s lots of people, at least I’m hoping there’s people that just want to chat, unburden, complain, or whatever…Theresa

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  Hi Theresa.   Over the years,, have you participated in any forums Like Reddit, Eons,yahoo forums, or any others?  If you did - how was your experience?

 

I'll chat with you.  

 

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Hi,…it’s Theresa.  I’m 73, married for 52 years.  Two adult kids.  That sounds funny.  Both really good people.  Have had issues in the past, but thank goodness they are both on the right track.  I seem to have over the last 8, maybe 10 years just overwhelmed with issues,…had hopes of finding others that would like to be able to unburden themselves without worrying that they are bothering others…feel like chatting??

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Totally get it. Can message me anytime 

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You can't talk with your kids or husband?   So many of us have many issues at this age. 

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 Welcome to the site. Lots of good people here..

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Thank you.  How did you get to be a Silver Conversationalist?  Talk and listen to lots of people? 

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 I'm actually not sure lol. I try to contribute something when I can.

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