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Dear Thyroid Forums?! Yes, Dear Thyroid Forums! More Change In The Gland Canyon

Post Published: 14 November 2009
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Dear Thyroid Forums, Thyroid support forums, Thyroid symptoms effects forums

We have a beautiful new website thanks to Stephen Smith.

Now, thanks to @rambls, Dear Thyroid is about to have our very own forums. Another home for us to dish about the effects of this disease, good, bad, sad, irreverent, funny, happy, whatever we need to say, will be said. Of course the same rules apply, Thyrellas and Thyfellas. How kick assian is that?!

We have even more fabulous dish! Our very own community member Robyn Davis Hahn, is our official Dear Thyroid Forum Manager. We are so excited, we don’t know where to throw ourselves.

Our forums should be launched in a week or so, but we will keep everyone posted. Any ideas, thoughts, etc. you have, please let us know!

Our voices must be heard, loudly and proudly. The more we speak up and out about our respective thyroid diseases and cancers on our terms, and in our own way, the more awareness we create and hopefully, the more healing we benefit from.

As each of us have said, “We are thysistahs and Thybrothahs”. We have each others backs, and so much more. We have common personal goals and greater goals. Together, we will get there (wait, that was super Brady Bunch, wasn’t it?! Oh the shame.). We will. We will. We will.

Robyn, Thank you so much for being Dear Thyroid’s Forum Manager. Thank you Jeff and Stephen for our forums and website.

Onward and upward we GROW.

Love,

Dear Thyroid

PS: Thyrants coming in a few hours!!!

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18 Responses to “Dear Thyroid Forums?! Yes, Dear Thyroid Forums! More Change In The Gland Canyon”

  1. Lolly says:

    What great news can’t wait.

    Congrats Robyn on being the new forum manager I’m sure you’ll do a great job.

    Thanks to Stephen Smith for doing a great job with the new website and Jeff.

    But most of all thank you to everyone for making this a great place to be.

    To katie and Liz who work so hard and still have to contend day to day with there thyroid disease.

    Lollyx

  2. dearthyroid says:

    Lolly;

    you are the loveliest, most wonderful dame! Your constant support and love, well it’s just the greatest.

    BIG SCREAMING HUGS,
    Katie

  3. lori says:

    Such great news. Thank you Katie and Liz, the best kickassin thyrella’s eva!!! I don’t know how you do it but you two are quite a team. And, congrats and thank you Robyn for being the forum manager, I know you’ll be great!!!

    AND, I would like to quote Lolly: “thank you to everyone for making this a great place to be”. That’s what makes it all work, all these amazing people “collectively”, YAY

    BIG HUGS
    XOX

  4. Robyn says:

    No one is more excited than me! Katie, Liz, and I have been working on providing a community forum that is unique to the mission of “Dear Thyroid”. I am honored to help everyone affected by thyroid issues have a voice, get advice, rant and rave, and form lasting friendships. And, of course, I will always be available for suggestions–we hope the forum will grow and evolve based on the needs of our “theeps”!

  5. Lolly says:

    Lori quote “Katie and Liz, the best kickassin thyrella’s eva!!!” what would we do without Katiebusysolatley and the beautiful busyLizzie two great gals the Thyaminty team.

    Katie,

    I believe in free Love and there ain’t nothing like a Dame but you know I’m a “Broad”

    I hear you on the screaming hugs big SCREAMING HUGS BACK AT YA!!!

    Big hugs to all.

  6. Lolly says:

    Robyn you’re going to be great at what you do too. You got my support and the thyumbs up.

  7. dearthyroid says:

    Lori;

    Your enthusiasm is infectious!

    You and Lolly are spot on AND, I would like to quote Lolly: “thank you to everyone for making this a great place to be”. That’s what makes it all work, all these amazing people “collectively” YAY.

    This is OUR HOME :)

  8. dearthyroid says:

    Robyn,

    You’re fabulous — Beautifully said.

    So excited, I don’t know where to throw myself, which means I must drag my ass outside and exercise asssapy.

    PS: Love “Theeps”.

    Har

  9. Cyndi Woodruff says:

    WhooHoo!!! That’s awesome news!! I love to catch up with y’all, be able to share my joys, my sorrows and my pains!

    Love you all!!!!

  10. Stephen says:

    Thanks for the kind words, Katie. I have really enjoyed working on this site – y’all have a fantastic community here and I am excited to just be a little part of it.

  11. yodat/Jody says:

    The amount of information that is going to show up in a central location is going to be a ton of help for everyone with Thyroid disease. I have been to many forums in the past few years to find answers to my disease. None have been too helpful nor uplifiting as this site. I CANNOT express just how much this means to me – to have good listeners and funny people who are going through exactly what I am. I am really overjoyed. This will be a blast. I can’t wait.

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  13. So its been more than a week.

    What’s the projected date now?

    There’s a lot of enthusiasm out here.

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