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Date Posted: 07:35:38 03/04/05 Fri
Author: bruce
Subject: UBF & Mental Health
In reply to: Joe Chung 's message, "Re: Mental Illness" on 19:55:20 03/03/05 Thu

I remember now how hard UBF was on my mental health. I remember working full-time and part-time together to support my wife and kids AND to keep offering AND to pay for conferences & trips AND to pay for babysitters for UBF functions. And the same time I was at the beckon call of the ministry to do whatever at a moments notice at any time of the day or night. Sometimes I would have feelings like I was blacking out. When I shared sincerely with the director how bad I felt, he laughed in my face.

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