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Hello I am write this to who ever that will be my friend? I am male to female I wish I had a lot of friends that care about me. I used to have friends but now they do not want nothing to do with me I have no mom or dad. I don't know why i am hear​. I am trying to do the best I can. A little about me ​I am handicap I use a wheelchair and I been wear diapers all my life due to a car accent at age 2. I wish I had people I could see and would want see me.

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Hello jmm,

Welcome to Laura's Playground. :) You'll find you have a lot of friends here that care about you. You may be physically handicapped but your spirit is free to be what ever you want to be. I know the written word on a page is not the same thing as real life interaction but it is better than nothing. Please keep posting your thoughts and feel free to ask questions. We want to know about you. We care.

MaryEllen :)

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Welcome to Laura's Jmm.

hopefully you will find some friends and can share and read here.



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Guest Kenna Dixon

I don't know why i am hear​.

Welcome to Laura's Playground, where you have instantly made a lot of friends - people who love you and care about you as a person. Sometimes all it takes is reaching out and asking for help.

As far as knowing why you're here is concerned, who among us knows the answer to that question? I'm 74 and no closer to understanding the big picture than you are. All of us do our best with what we're given, and in the end we're sometimes surprised to learn we've made a positive impact on others without even realizing it.

You came here to find something you need. Do you realize that you also have something important to give? Once you start sharing more of your story, it will affect and perhaps even inspire someone else.

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Welcome to the Playground, JMM. I hope you can find the answers to some of your questions here. We are here for you.


Carolyn Marie

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