I joined late last year, hoping to learn a bit about my possible lung condition. I soon realised that I was out of my depth, (thankfully ), as I do not appear to suffer as greatly as others. I have however always kept an eye on everyone's posts, incase they may be of some help. I have followed all the 'traumas ,' and exits, but at the same time, loved your good sense of humour and happy banter. I am now at the stage where I feel I do need advice, and am worried about, " popping up out of the blue." It seems that some members are questioning people like myself, who have joined and not contributed. In no way do I wish to judge anyone's issues on here, but I'm just saying, please consider us newbies, who are a little nervous anyway. I have lupus, and am a regular poster on lupus uk. I can identify with members more, for obvious reasons. The small participation I had yesterday on this site, was very helpful to me. I will pop up randomly as I cannot give you any advice. So please everyone, be careful how you phrase things about new members, as it is very unsettling. Looking forward to getting to know you all properly......Lisa
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