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Saturday: Self-Esteem Forum #4

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Thanks again to Beyond Blue reader Larry Parker (Doxieman122 in the Community) who has taken over moderating the Self-Esteem Forums ever since my doctor told me I needed to start delegating.
The following is his invitation:

Group Beyond Blue will hold its fourth monthly “Self-Esteem Forum” at 10 a.m. EST on Saturday, April 5 (9 a.m. CST/Bnet time, 7 a.m. PST). People who sign up for the initial one-hour “draft” will be assigned a person for whom to write an affirmation letter. (That person will also RECEIVE a letter.) The first two months have had 15-25 people each participate. If you can’t make it at that time, simply leave a message with me on my homepage (Doxieman122), or leave a message in the comment boxes of the SEF#4 post on Group Beyond Blue, by April 7 — saying that you couldn’t make it for the April 5 morning “draft,” but would like to be included in the chain of letters. I will gladly answer any questions regarding the process — again, I can be e-mailed via my homepage, Doxieman122.



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Larry Parker

posted April 2, 2008 at 3:38 pm


Thanks, Therese! Hope to see everyone there! (Even if your moderator will yawn a bit after a long week, LOL.)



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posted November 24, 2010 at 3:27 am


hi this was very well put together, and makes lots of sense, it can be done, even if it takes a while to gain confidence, that has been lost.Self Esteem Affirmations



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