Hello--My name is Lisa and I am new to this group. Actually new to this whole site in all, but have found some wonderful support groups to join and have received some much needed feedback. The name "Serenity Room" just intrigued me-wish I could spend my entire day in a Serenity Room. I am always a little bit guarded at first so just a little bit about my self--the short story: born with a liver disease and have had multiple surgeries all my life: still have major pain in my upper right side and will for life--My Dad passed onto a much better place on October 14th, 2006--I have many, many financial problems due to major medical bills (and other bills)--I turned 40 on 09/09/09 and sufferred a Nervous Breakdown (yes, the really do exist) and was admitted to the hospital where I was diagnosed with Severe Depression w/Anxiety & Panic--and I am in limbo about my job: due to being off due to the mental problems now added onto the health problems--I have missed alot, and I would not blame them a bit for letting me go at the moment. That sums it up, so needless to say the Serenity Room is very appealing to me at the moment. Thanks for letting me ramble, and sorry post is so long.--Lisa D
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