Love it! Thanks for the advice and kind "ear"!
Dear everyone who has commented on my post
I'd like to thank you for the very kind support that each and everyone of you have given me. Unffortunately my original post was deemed to violate community guidelines and I am horrified that in my attempts at reaching out for help I have managed to offend anyone.
In light of this, and while it really makes me so desperately sad to do so , I am withdrawing from the community. I just wanted to get some solace and understanding, without judgement. I did receive it from the kind people who did respond, but now feel utterly devastated that I have been judged in my post to be something that I am not.
I wish you all the very best in your journeys. This was obviously not meant to be for me.
I’m really sorry to read that you intend to leave the Online Community – from this thread alone I see that you’ve received great support and guidance from members of the Community, and I sincerely hope that at some point you reconsider your decision.
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