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anthamac

Lets see if I can fit in

I doubt it but in browsing the forum before joining I was surprised to see I actually agree with so many and can follow their thought process.

We shall see....

Call me Antha. I am a young wife and mom who likes it that way. I'm also Mormon. I'll give you a second to scratch your head/laugh/snort/roll your eyes/etc... Of course, like most of you, I feel out of place everywhere I go.

Hi!

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*snort*

Yeah, we're all weird here. Imagine that.

*roll eyes*

Welcome to the mad house, anyway.

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Welcome to the forum. It doesn't really stike me as odd that a Mormon Mom -- young or otherwise -- would fit in to this forum. INTJs always seem to be open minded when it comes to including all walks of like. As long as it's interesting then I think INTJs will be open to learning more. And I know from experience that Mormons can be interesting... Regardless, if you are really an INTJ then you probably won't care what anyone here thinks anyway as long as you can get some value out of it for yourself. I hope you like it here.

Hank

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It doesn't really stike me as odd that a Mormon Mom -- young or otherwise -- would fit in to this forum. INTJs always seem to be open minded when it comes to including all walks of like.

Huh. I must not know very many INTJs, which could explain my migraines.

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Hey, how's it going?

Hope the Mormon thing is working for you. I know a few.

Welcome to the party:)

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This is a dilemma but there are some options available so you can fit in.

- Convert to my pagan religion surrender your first born as a sacrifice;

- Renounce your God and worship me; or

- Accept that fitting in is not necessary so long as you're not hurting anyone.

Personally the second option works best for me but you have free will ;)

Welcome Antha.

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The definition of "being weird" is relative. Hope in this community you don't feel weird. :)

Welcome to the weird world (remember the frame of reference!).

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We don't judge you on your walk of life. We judge you on your ability to concoct a plan for world domination using only 3 paper clips and a piece of string.

Almost all of us are weird, so we are happy to welcome just about anyone. As long as you're not...normal *shudders*

This is a dilemma but there are some options available so you can fit in.

- Convert to my pagan religion surrender your first born as a sacrifice;

- Renounce your God and worship me; or

- Accept that fitting in is not necessary so long as you're not hurting anyone.

Personally the second option works best for me but you have free will ;)

Welcome Antha.

:scared:

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Nope, you don't fit in - getouddahere! (JUST KIDDING!!)

We take all comers, we're not picky around here. Just as long as you observe a few simple rules...

*drives over in forklift and deposits a 8ft stack of documents*

...When you finish with that, I'll bring over Chapter 2.

Welcome.

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Welcome, fellow Mormon. Didn't think I'd meet another here this soon.

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Greetings. About a third of the folks here seem to be theists of some sort.

The mom thing is definately a winner; time will take care of the "young" part.

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