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    Leanne Matton

    Hi all, today’s the day ?

    I’m going to send out a reminder email to Sanctuary members to remind people to enrol if they want to join us, then I’ll start posting daily about each activity and some others as well.

    In the meantime make sure you download the e-book if you haven’t already and start introducing yourselves ?


    Leanne, will you be posting daily in here? SO we need to check in here for our activities?

    Question for anyone more computer savvy than me: The emails that let me know of follow up replies continually go to my junk box. A place I rarely dare to venture.
    NOTHING I have done seems to work to have them land in my inbox.

    I am on a MacBook using gmail. I have tried all the usual things that have worked for other emails in the past but these ones from in here are stubbornly resistant! I forget to look in junk. And then I miss your lovely posts.


    Thanks for the nudge on the ebook.

    Leanne Matton

    Hi Seadreamer, yes I’ll post in here – you can hit the subscribe button up the top and be notified when I do.
    I probably won’t send emails out because they do end up in junk mail folders! I might just send a reminder in the form of a Sanctuary newsletter at the end of the week.
    I think if you move things out of your junk mail into your inbox often enough, eventually they start coming to your inbox, but you probably tried that?

    Leanne Matton

    MzTW, you’re welcome!


    Hello, Sisters in Recovery!

    My real name is Vivian. My nickname is Rikki . . . and my forum name is Trollophile. The reason many know me as Trollophile is because I collect and restore old troll dolls from the 1960s.

    Anyway, I live in the desert wilderness of New Mexico – alone, in a “cabin”, on two acres but surrounded by thousands of acres of open rangeland. My family consists of two large dogs – Buckwheat & Teddy – and two cats – Simon & Summer. I am estranged from the few biological family members left (who have not passed away) and have not had contact with any of them in years. My CPTSD makes it difficult for me to trust or form healthy relationships with others; however, in these e-courses, my heart goes out to my fellow sufferers and I find it much easier to reach out to you all!

    I so look forward to getting to know you all and traveling together on this healing road . . .

    Vivian Rikki Trollophile 😀

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    Leanne Matton

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