This will probably be a very quick post. But I wanna give you an update, and I need to be fast.
I have gotten used to this kind of mess — but of course — I am having internet issues on the days leading up to the 10th Year Happy Day! Seriously?! We have a fantastic month planned here! But alas… on a literal technical level, my internet connectivity has been broken broken and bizarre this week. It’s been way more “off” than “on” for days, so it’s been very difficult to get on here this week. My apologies to you all! I haven’t been away on purpose — it’s been enormously frustrating.
Why does technology choose to raise its complicated head during these important times?!! 😕
I had plans to send all kinds of emails, and do all kinds of fun stuff — so please bear with me. I’ll get as much done as I can, even with this bumpy internet connection. The repair technician comes tomorrow, so hopefully, that will be the end of this week of very limited internet.
Doesn’t my internet provider know it’s an important week for Discussing Dissociation!?!?!! And I need to be PRESENT for it, for goodness sakes! We’ve got BIG DAYS ahead!
Not only are we having our 10th Year Happy Day… but the Forum is getting so so so so close to be ready!
I’ll be sending out an email update to those who signed up for the Early Bird Forum Notification list. (As SOON as I CAN, of course.) Those folks get to hear the Forum news first… so if you haven’t signed up for that list, it’s not too late yet.
But really… the Discussing Dissociation Community Forum is looking good and I am so so so excited to see it coming together.
I’m just about to do another happy dance… soon, soon, soon!
Let’s keep making Discussing Dissociation the very best online DID support community possible!
And now… I’m gonna go write an email to the Early Bird Forum Folks. Hopefully my internet will stay connected long enough for me to do that!
I hope you’re having a good day.
And as always, I wish you and all your insiders the very best in your healing journey.
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