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    Senior Member FIRST_WATCH_ANGEL's Avatar
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    Stages of Newbie development

    Well hi everyone. Been here for only 4 short weeks but feel like its a lifetime.

    I seem have been through so many stages:-

    The grief of "saying goodbye",
    The anger of "how could he leave me alone",
    The paranoia which comes with lack of contact,
    The heartache of "can I do this"

    And probably so many more I haven't recognised
    My guess is I have a few more to go yet

    I managed to upset a few very nice people by posting stuff without thinking it through and for that I AM TRULY SORRY - let the little thought fishes swim around a little before they come out of your fingers - sort of learning that one - I blame the red hair!!

    Anyway just wanted to say thank you to RP. My OH has gone to BRNC for officer training in the RN and I kinda feel I am not yet a real SO you guys go through so much for and with your partners.

    And to all the newbies who come after me a word of advice - you will have no idea what you really think or feel at any one time cause it will change almost daily.

    Love your man/woman and know they are amongst the best of the best and so are you for loving and supporting them.

    TTFN all xxxxx
    Don't waste today worrying about tomorrow.

    A true heart and soul connection won't be broken by distance or time.

    What do you mean wine isn't the answer!!!

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    Re: Stages of Newbie development

    Mmmm.
    Four weeks seems about long enough to get your feet under the table.


    Love your man/woman and know they are amongst the best of the best and so are you for loving and supporting them.


    Welcome in.
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    Eat shit. 5 million flies can't be wrong.

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