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"Who is responsible?" blogpost by Sally Burch

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  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    By Sally Burch

    continues at:

    http://sallyjustme.blogspot.ie/2016/08/who-is-responsible.html
     
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    Keela Too Sally Burch

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    Thank you @Dolphin for sharing this post. I really wish that writing could make an actual difference, but I guess we can just hope we somehow build momentum,and eventually somebody properly notices.. :)
     
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    Comet I'm Not Imaginary

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    Thanks for taking your precious energy to write your latest blog post @Keela Too. I think articles and blogs like yours make a difference in many ways. You are part of the patient revolution! I consider strong, out-spoken women like you to be motivational and am very grateful for your efforts. :star::star::star::star::star:
     
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  5. Keela Too

    Keela Too Sally Burch

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    Ah thank you @Comet xx
    I have been doing rather better of late, so glad to be able to put the extra spoons to good use! :p
     
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    Comet I'm Not Imaginary

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    I am so glad to hear you are felling better lately. :) Of course, I realize this is relative.
     
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