Posted by P (126.96.36.199) on September 30, 2003 at 09:31:29:
In Reply to: How about the Enneagram Enthusiasts group? posted by Flower Pagan (188.8.131.52) on September 28, 2003 at 15:33:59:
> > Can anyone tell me where to "hangout" when this board is closed? (i.e., the specific URL where you guys will be texting on? Tx).
> FP: I still have my group. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/EnneagramEnthusiasts
> There is a list of good Enneagram Message Boards listed in my Links department that I can also visit. I am a member of several groups, including my own. I have to admit, it is nothing like coming back home to your first group. It is sad that it will be gone forever. It has been here as long as I have been on the internet. 9 Types is my first. Becca is so kind to start something like this up for our pleasure. I hope she knows some of us do appreciate what she have done for us.
> > Haven't been checking in for the past few months, was shocked when I saw those pink letters on the top. Yes, thank you Becca.
> FP: I know the feeling. Froggy told me about it this morning. I shed a few tears because I felt another loss, but I do understand Becca is a busy woman. I don't understand why P won't take over the website. (smile)
> > Special good bye to Emoot if we don't correspond again (unless you can suggest a good place to stay in touch?)It's been a great pleasure knowing you.
> FP: Emoot is a special lady. She offer her wisdom and insight. She has been a positive example to observe, especially when I forget how much I value kindness and world peace.
> > *phew*... life as a fourth year psychology student is not life...
> FP: Do you want to be a psychologist? What school(s) of psychology do you favor most? I think Dr. Phil is an analytical behavorist with a Rogerian Twist!
> > So long 4s...
> FP: I could use some active Fours in my group to get the others to talk. I have a lot of them, but they are quite most of the time. One of them really express what withdrawal means to her. That is my latest question. It is quite interesting to hear the meaning of that word from a 4's perspective.
> FP: Flower Pagan
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