welcome to TuD. we don't live that far from each other. i live about 50 miles east of erie pa, in new york. a little town called brocton. there is so much to check out here. but to make it easier on you, you can check out the forum at the top of your page. one of the first things on there is new members. that will show you how to get around easier. then you can check out type 2. from there you can check out the other things anytime. also at the top of your page is groups. that is more individualized things.
you can talk to each person by themselves just by going to their page. then you can leave a message on their page or under their picture is "leave a message" which will be more discrete and send them an e-mail that no one else can see. on the main page you can ask questions of everyone by going to the bottom of the discussions and click on "start discussion" and typing in what you want. a lot of stuff, i know, but it will get easier. start with new members, we would love to hear your story, when you are ready.
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