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selfish group members?

I sort of am beginning to feel like I'm the only one providing feedback in my group. We all log, and post stuff about our feelings/days etc. And I'm the only one that ever responds to their concerns,questions etc.
Can I say something? and how would I say it? also... do you think its a sign that I should just find another group? Like honestly no one has ever given me any sort of comments.


Wed. Apr 11, 9:38pm

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If your feeling that way then your telling yourself the answer..However I agree that there are some group members who either ignors one of the members in that group. Or just post a short comment. We can't be liked by everyone.
You could start your own group and state what your looking for and specify what you don't. I like to help or join with you but don't know who you are.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007, 10:23 PM

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I agree that you should start a group and state what you want from the group. There are lots of people out there who will comment, it's just a matter of finding a team that "clicks" with eachother.

Thursday, April 12, 2007, 1:17 AM

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um, deja-vu.

Thursday, April 12, 2007, 8:53 AM

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i am in 2 groups that state must post everyday and ummmm.. DONT!
i actually like the lounge much better than the groups. I havent checked out the teams yet.

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