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Introducing myself and my journal: sharing

About Me:
Dear people
we for the widow zoom have so many problems that we are facing and we need to fight against it .most esp were i live in cameroon .i want to beg from you outside the to help me form a widow association in south west region. thanks

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Edithlum's picture


Relindis, i am glad that a woman from my country has joined the team. I live in buea and will like to know you better.Chao


LauraB's picture


Will you tell us more about the fight that you are facing as a widow? I think you will have many listeners and that you will educate us and connect by doing so.

Becoming connected on Pulsewire is easy. By posting to your journal and commenting on other journals, you'll begin dialogue and grow to know what others are thinking and experiencing. By joining a group you can get to know members who have similar interests and passions. Browse through the groups at this link:

Maybe you would be interested in starting a group centered around the issues of widows? I can see powerful conversations occurring, can't you? We would also love you to post a photo or favorite image allowing us to have a personal connection.

A warm welcome to you and I hope to talk soon.


jadefrank's picture


Hi Relindis,

Welcome to PulseWire! You have come to the right forum for connecting with people who are passionate about rights for women. There are quite a few members in our community from Cameroon who you might like to connect with, as well as members who are committed to widow's rights in Africa and around the world.

I encourage you to connect with these members, as well as utilize your journal for raising your voice, sharing your story and sparking dialogue on the issues that you are most passionate about. We look forward to hearing more of your voice on PulseWire!

Warm regards,





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