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FOR THE TEENAGERS STRUGGLING WITH PDA
  • First of all i promise you are not alone
    Please feel free to check out my new blog that I've started that will be covering PDA often and leave any comments etc
    Thankyou
    https://teenagestressesblog.wordpress.com
  • Cool blog. I have forwarded to link to my 14yo daughter just in case she wants to read/get in contact. She's an Aspie, it's her sister with PDA.
  • RhanHRhanH
    Posts: 1,091
    Well done for being brave enough to share how you feel, I'm sure this was a big step and is so encouraging that you have felt able to do so. I'm sure many people will benefit and learn from your personal views on PDA. I hope this new venture goes successfully for you. X
  • Thank you for doing this Abigail.
  • Thankyou so much to all of you. Please share with anyone that would benefit from reading it, as of course I have to start if somewhere.

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