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Re: tolerance of lack of same

In a message dated 11/26/2003 10:23:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> >The one thing that upsets my DH is that age doesn't matter.... I work
> >and socialize with a variety of age groups and everyone stops here to
> >talk... from the 17 yr olds to the 70 yr old.... just drives him insane
> >that everyone comes with their problems and joys.... I will cry with
> >them or jump around the room with joy....
> >
Mybe I'm a few days late saying this - just got back, but...
Donna, that just proves that you are a warm, receptive person.  Being a good 
listener is a great positive attribute.  Sometimes just having someone to talk 
to helps more than anything else. Age has nothing to do with it.  Auralie

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