Hi Gemmsong,

Quote Originally Posted by gemmsong View Post
thanks for the lovely welcome.
My life, health and family are pretty much in chaos at the moment, and my primary motivation in joining this forum was to try and support Dr Myhill in everyway possible.
But I see it looks like a very interesting, well informed haven where ME sufferers can share info and find support.
Should my family survive this...dark night of the soul....we are facing just now, I will defenitely be back.........probably full of questions, bursting with curiosity, and generally driving everyone nuts:)

Thanks again for the lovely welcome. New friends in Canada and England within a few short hours...I hope someday you'll know how much that means to me during this difficult time.
love gemmsong

You are very welcome here and there is a lot you can learn here while also you can laugh yourself to death here, if thus inclined. (This is a Dreambirdie + Dr. Yes Health Warning: They - and others - kill you softly by making you ..... laugh (without ticlkling!) Brrrrr - that's not on NHS!)

And as to:

Should my family survive this...dark night of the soul....we are facing just now, I will defenitely be back.........probably full of questions, bursting with curiosity, and generally driving everyone nuts:)

Well Gemmsong... as to driving us nuts: Impossible - for we already are stark raving mad here. No less an authority than professor Wessely thinks so! So there! Not a single one here - well... almost not a single one here - is sane, KCL-wise, that is! NHS guaranteed, I believe! ()

As to your family: At this forum Dr. Myhill is much appreciated, and as you may know from her book she has an absolutely infallible recipe for a loooong life, which I do wish onto you and your family even though you can't defend yourself:



Source of ME-Lesson Nr 1: http://www.drmyhill.co.uk/drmyhill/i...fs_book_27.pdf
(Highly recommended in case you didn't read it.)

Best wishes to you, and you may start trying to drive anyone here - well: almost anyone - totally nuts any time you please, and preferably a bit sooner: Hope to read more from and about you,

Maarten.