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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2016 1:16 am 
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Hi new here found you guys in a search for my TRD. Late 40s trying last ditch efforts to do my own research and get my life back.


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Hi Winklers, Welcome! You will find this forum informational and supportive! More importantly, you will find compassion and understanding! I have also been so lucky to have founds good friends! Strange to say that about a forum, online, in which I have never met a single person! But, that is what I consider everyone I talk to here! I hope that you have the same experience! If comfortable, post again and tell us your story! Enjoy today!


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What is 'noob depression'?


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 20, 2016 10:36 am 
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Noob is a term meaning new....like newbie...and the reason I know this is because my 10 yr old plays games online and Xbox, and he says, "mom I'm a noob, hope nobody knows I'm a noob". So I don't know if the original poster meant they're new at depression or this forum. Hopefully they'll be bk to share their story.

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