What happens to the posts that nobody or very few respond to? Have you ever noticed that most of the ones that get answered are ones that really don't need the help or the one's that are very very needing help. Why is that? Do we just not make the time for the others or do we just don't care? I have seen alot of posts that really don't get answered much at all. How do we determine which ones need the help? I try to answer alot of them but sometimes they just slip away. If that person is new what do they think or what might they do? I for one have posted about 7 or 8 posts on here at different times and I think 2 have really had some answers or replies-what ever you want to say about them. The others just slip away with maybe one answer on them. I guess I'm lucky that I really didn't need anyone or it could have been a sign. Is it in the subject or what? Please, help me understand because I am sooo doubting alot of this. I like helping people but it does work both ways and not sure how many are out there like me to help.
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