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Old Wed, Apr-03-19, 06:41
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My journal is from 2003. I have done some recent posts 2018, but a lot has changed, I was in a really bad accident in october and after coming back from that I would REALLY like a fresh start. Is there anyway to close my journal and start a new one?

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Old Wed, Apr-03-19, 07:58
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My journal is from 2003. I have done some recent posts 2018, but a lot has changed, I was in a really bad accident in october and after coming back from that I would REALLY like a fresh start. Is there anyway to close my journal and start a new one?

Thanks!

Meggen

hello Meggen,

General rule is one journal per member, unless the current thread exceeds 2000+ posts. Here's an explanation stuck at the top of this Comments Box section .. How do I delete my journal to start a new one?. There's no time limit for editing old journal posts (for rest of the forum it's 24 hours) so you can always go back and make changes if you wish . Many returning members have found it helpful to keep the old thread even after major life changes, so they can see how far they've progressed .. or even to go back and see what *didn't* work in the past so they can avoid going down that same dead end path again.

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