I wanted a place where we could get advice and support.
Hi Whalewillrun i'm also new to site and this thread welcome.
Hi Hanna, welcome.I didnt have a childhood of sexual assault but was a victim in one incident (and because I have previously mentioned on this thread my less than good relationship with family, I think I should be clear it was stranger assault not family)
another thing you could do is a play a game we could all join in. The object is to win most points.
How it works:
i. we select categories in which the athletes will compete. so it could be 'most smiliest athlete' ' athlete most rsembling a Jehovah's witness.' ' note there can be be different degrees of difficulty for different categories. So 'most smiliest' might be an easy caegory. 'athlete most resembling a beach ball on a beach' would have a high degree of difficulty and therefore would get higher points.
ii. We (ie anyone on this thread, including solb) pick the countries that we think will win the category. (Probably exclude USA, China as they have loadsa competitors).
iii. Judge solb attends Olympic games in capacity of official forum judge and picks the 'athlete who is smiliest', or 'athlete who most resembles a beach ball'. Judge solb also takes a picture (if phone has camera).
iv. we tot up the points.
v. And I win (because only i understand the rules)
You will have to pay attention to what is happening on the track. Because you really dont want to miss seeing 'athlete who most resembles a waxed orangutan'.
welcome willrun and hello again richard
thank you so much for the support everyone (and TDS for looking after me and keeping me safe from hairless orangutans)
I'm a happy tired out solb *grins...yawns...grins again* zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Glad you had a lovely day
by'eck, that's a tough thing for you to carry. Is she able to see anyone medically, or through a charity who can help share the responsibilty of knowing? Even just talking?
solb, well done on what you have achived this weekend. Hope you dont give away all the credit to others but keep some for yourself for the work you have put in and the bravery it takes.
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