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Old 08-12-2012, 12:43 PM   #51661
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I honestly think everyone needs to lighten up. I wish I was born into a different family. No mom, not everyone is super judgmental wit conditional relationships. To go out in the world an meet people who were supportive with unconditional love was mind blowing. I know you say you love me, but You only like me when I fit into your box of who you thin I should be.same with you friends. I'm not the weird one here, y'all are.


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Old 08-12-2012, 12:49 PM   #51662
 
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wow, I've always ignored this thread because it has so many replies I wouldn't know what to do.

I'm just going to stick to the original purpose of the thread. This is very random but,

I hats when people, usually celebrities, say "I know I've made mistakes in my past, but I dont regret anything"

I think it seems very ignorant.

I understand people learn from their mistakes, but let's say, God forbid, somebody burned a house down. A year goes by and this person learned a lesson and has better morals than to mess around with matches, lighters, etc. But do you think this person would not regret burning a house down? Lets say the family is stillin financial trouble. “I don't regret my mistakes" soon becomes, “I don't regret causing a family's house to burn down”

Now of course, not everybody makes mistakes as big as burning down a house, but even small mistakes like cheating, ruining a friendship, lying.

To think back on your life and to say “I don't regret anything” is a little crazy. I would wish to redo anything, but I can't.


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Old 08-12-2012, 12:54 PM   #51663
 
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I love when it rains. I love rainy days. (As long as I don't have to go anywhere.)

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Old 08-12-2012, 12:58 PM   #51664
 
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Please don't go so soon.
Not yet.
Forget what I said earlier.
Blame it on pms, the full moon, Pluto being demoted, my overheated brain, ...
Just don't go yet.
You know I love you.
No. He is NOT my favourite. Really.
Winter!? He is dead to me.
Please stay for a few more months.
At least until October.
I need your warm, comforting embrace.
Don't go yet.
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Old 08-12-2012, 12:59 PM   #51665
 
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I need therapy. They better return my call on Monday because I need to do something NOW.

I can't take this depression anymore. No. More.
I hope they call you tomorrow.

I started taking 5HTP a while ago and it has helped my mood.
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Old 08-12-2012, 01:04 PM   #51666
 
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The oldest of my youngest nephews was diagnosed with a form or variation of Marfan's Syndrome today. I wish I wasn't surprised, but I'm no less worried. He has been misdiagnosed as NOT having it on 2 other occasions. His skeletal system is already a mess. His heels are sideways on his feet and he had other bone deformities. He is 5'7 at 11 years old. He has had several hernias, a concaved chest, has worn glasses since he was a toddler and a hole at the top of his spine. His brother has it too. I know he does, he just has not been diagnosed yet. He has all the same issues. It is genetic and was inherited from their moms side of the family. She wants to wait a few more years before she tells him. We will all respect their wishes but I don't think that's wise. He needs to be aware of this. So many problems, of so many different natures, can affect him. He needs to know so he can tell them if something changes. Especially with his heart. Abnormal rhythms, etc... The illness he has attacks the heart at a greater rate and there is a large risk of aortic rupture. I'm glad he is not interested in sports because that is forbidden. I just hope they realize the other boy more than likely has it too and they will stop him from playing.

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Old 08-12-2012, 01:11 PM   #51667
 
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Old 08-12-2012, 01:11 PM   #51668
 
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I am exhausted. The little man and his dad stayed at my house last night. I couldn't go to sleep until 3 and at 3:30 I was woken up by the sound of feet, and a pacing shadow on the wall. There was my nephew. If he wasn't pacing he was huddled in a corner of my hall, tapping his fingers in repetitive motions on the floor. It took 2 hours for me to get his full focus and getting him sitting it a chair. I stayed in the living room with him because he would not go back to bed. When I woke up at 8 he was still sitting there, playing with his iPad. I recall his mother saying that when he is in school she finds him huddled in the hall, fully dressed and ready to go, when she wakes up every morning. Now I'm wondering if he ever sleeps more than a quick afternoon nap.


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Old 08-12-2012, 01:13 PM   #51669
 
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CIBC, have you ever read up on ACoA (Adult child of an alcoholic parent)? I found it very helpful.
The Problem - Adult Children of Alcoholics - World Service Organization, Inc.
Thank you.

She obviously refuses to admit there's a problem, or she blames the rest of us for stressing her out and driving her to drink. She is very thin, and doesn't eat much (staying skinny is very important to her) so drinking that much definitely hits her hard.

She texted me the next day to say,"I'm very sorry, love you" but I can't respond because I know we will have a similar fight within a week.

I have a new production, but she's already asked me if it's "worth it to even go" and "why do you do these things if you're not getting paid." I mean, I get it. I have plenty of people in my life who are supportive and enthusiastic...I just want to feel like she thinks I'm good enough and I know that day is just never going to come.
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Old 08-12-2012, 01:15 PM   #51670
 
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Thank you. It's been a wild weekend. They left a little while ago. I've taken a moment to flip out. I'm not very happy with the choices of my brother and sister in law right now. Not at all, but I just hope they see what needs to be done.

And now I'm ready for nap.


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Old 08-12-2012, 01:25 PM   #51671
 
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I love when it rains. I love rainy days. (As long as I don't have to go anywhere.)

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I get disappointed when they say storms and we don't get them.
Me too.

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Old 08-12-2012, 01:52 PM   #51672
 
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I'm back home after dropping my brother off at mum and dads. While he's been here I've learnt some new unpalatable things about him but he's still my little brother and do miss him. I wish I was going back with him. I wish my family wasn't spread around the globe and we were all together again.

Also he has cooties :P
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Old 08-12-2012, 02:09 PM   #51673
 
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Brothers always do (re: cooties).
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Old 08-12-2012, 02:24 PM   #51674
 
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My husband was going to get up on the roof to clean the gutters, and he was having me hold the ladder. I got a very bad feeling about it and started imagining him falling down, breaking his neck, or horrible things like that. He was about halfway up the ladder, and I ordered him to come back down and stay down. I was practically in tears. I probably seemed like a hysterical lunatic. But I was not going to risk something awful happening after my bad feeling.
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Old 08-12-2012, 02:31 PM   #51675
 
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I wish I could check out your little bubble of a world for just a moment...it must be one hell of a place
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Old 08-12-2012, 02:58 PM   #51676
 
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Twinkies are nowhere near as good as they used to be. On the upside, Fruitup yogurt is delicious.
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Old 08-12-2012, 03:23 PM   #51677
 
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Who the heck designs bridesmaid dresses and do they make them so it's completely necessary to get them altered so you spend as much money as possible on them???

I tried on a size 10 at the bridal shop. It was big, so I just said, "Whatever, just get me a size 8 and call it a day." The woman at the bridal shop said, "No, no, no. You need to order it to fix the biggest part of you according to this chart!"

(That chart would have gotten me a size 14.)

I was like, "Listen, this size 10 is big. Why would I order a size 14 just because your chart told me to??????"

The dress just comes-in, it's an 8, and the top is SO big on me it won't even stay up. The waist/hips fits perfectly, but I'm going to need to get the top altered.

I definitely didn't lose weight since I ordered the dress. Did they seriously want me to actually order this dress THREE sizes bigger than this one I have which is already too big on me?

Who makes UP these bridesmaid dress rules? It can't be a woman!
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Old 08-12-2012, 03:57 PM   #51678
 
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My poor old kitty cat. He has chronic renal failure, so the toxins are just building up in him. Today he's a little smelly. He can't help it. Poor guy.
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Old 08-12-2012, 04:15 PM   #51679
 
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My bf and I just had a full out nerf gun war. I wish we had a bigger place to hide/duck. My nerf gun is so badass, I can't wait to bring it to work tomorrow, it's gonna be on like donkey Kong.
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Old 08-12-2012, 05:00 PM   #51680
 
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The dream was months ago but the hospital is real. Im here now. She's had two blood tranfusions and was tranferres to the mqim campus of the Cleveland clinic. Her liver is not functioning due to the cancer and she has been vomiting blood for days. They give her more and she vomits it. The doctor did not give me good news

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