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Where are all the old timers on TMS Wiki? Hello!

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by BeWell, Oct 1, 2016.

  1. BeWell

    BeWell Well known member

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  2. Ellen

    Ellen Beloved Grand Eagle

    You called? :watching:
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  3. Lavender

    Lavender Well known member

    Possible reasons for the missing old timers-

    1. The TMS methods did not work for them and they eventually gave up.
    2. They are healed and enjoying their new pain free life so much that they have moved on, not wanting to relive that painful time in their lives.
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  4. Boston Redsox

    Boston Redsox Well Known Member

    Love this....I am sure it's #1
  5. Ellen

    Ellen Beloved Grand Eagle

    3. Old timers think new members are providing good responses to members' questions and requests for support. Thus, there is no need for them to post.
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  6. Mala

    Mala Well known member

    Yes there r some that may have not healed but there r many old timers who have moved on from a life of pain & are testimony to the fact that this works. But we r still here when needed. Just call out my name & I'll be there!

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  7. phillyjoe

    phillyjoe Peer Supporter

    As an "oldtimer" I have made a conscious effort to not be on the board as consistently as years ago. I found myself somewhat OCDish and taking on the symptoms and pain board members were discussing. That's just a thought.
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  8. Lavender

    Lavender Well known member

    Completely understood.
  9. Brant

    Brant Peer Supporter

    Ya what Mala said!! and by me responding you realize you've made me call myself old, lol...
  10. Mala

    Mala Well known member

    Lol @Brant . Maybe u r not old in age just an old soul.

    Marco it's strange that u went for the no 1 option. I wonder why ?

    I think that many do heal & then as is normal or shld be normal, they move on. It's what ought to happen. Many of us had our lives put on hold for so long that we r eager to get on & live & grasp each moment with both hands & live life to its fullest.

    Maybe some don't feel they have recovered until they r 100% healed. Those would be the perfectionists & some of those might feel the need to linger on.


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