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Group Beyond Blue: Self-Esteem Forum Tonight!

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Tonight at 7 PM EST Group Beyond Blue on Beliefnet’s Community site will attempt (repeat: WILL ATTEMPT) to hold a self-esteem forum, in which Beyond Blue members are assigned a person for whom to write an affirmation letter. I really don’t know how this will fly, but I’m willing to experiment since so many people have created their own self-esteem files and said it made a huge difference in their self-esteem.
If you want to be a guinea pig, go to Group Beyond Blue by clicking here. Then click “discussions” on the menu on the left side. You will see “self-esteem forum” as one of the threads. Simply let us know you’re there around 7 PM, and we’ll assign someone to write you a letter, and give you a name of a member that you need to get to know and for whom you’ll write a letter.
See you then! Therese



  • Donna

    I would have loved to become a part of the self-esteem forum…I’m in need of some inspiration and a friend

  • Bev

    Donna,
    I also missed this forum. So, are you still online?
    Bev

  • Bev

    Donna,
    I missed the forum as well. Are you still online?
    Bev

  • http://www.nicholasfinnegan.com/ I need self esteem

    I need self esteem but when i clicked the link it didn’t work. :(

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