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libri vermis

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  1. you are right cheri, you need to be with those who care. And really, it does not matter if in flesh or on line. Because you are still you and we are still us.

    I too have social anxiety, it is agony at times. strange that people that meet me do not know at all and that makes it harder oui, they expect from me what I cannot do.

    But you know what, just believe in your sweet self, get into something maybe where you can meet a friend or two, you will find it , don't worry and gradually build up a little circle of friends. If you cannot get personal with them, who cares, just have a quiet and nice time with them.give only what you want to others, nothing more.

    And remember, perhaps this person has always had a problem with betraying others. Many things from childhood stay with us and can harm others when we grow up.

    I KNOW in my heart you will be okay. we are still praying for you, you matter very much.

  2. Thank you! I feel pretty icky, but I'll be all right. :)

  3. Hi, Echo. I just wanted to say I am sorry you are ill, and hope you feel better soon. :)

  4. Thank you very much for your kindness. This person is the only real friend I thought I had. Because of my social anxiety, I don't make and keep friends easily. I came to this forum to feel not alone. I know being alone is probably not good for me now.

  5. sweet child, I and my family are holding you up and you are in our hearts. hugs to you and know how precious you are.

  6. False Memory is ok, but there have been other books by Dean Koontz that I have enjoyed more. I like a lot of different authors. Ray Bradbury, Mark Helprin, Patricia McKillip, Robin Hobb, Tom Robbins...just to name a few. I have no idea what the square root of that number is. :D

    Thank you! I hope you are well also. :D

  7. Oooh, False Memory, great book! How are you finding it? Have you read any other Dean Koontz novels? Who else do you like? What's the square root of 5,894,762? You do realise I was being silly with that last question, don't you? And with that one?


    Hope you're well.

  8. Thank you for adding me as a friend. :D

  9. Since I was 14 really. I can go months without and then have them daily. And yes they do suck! It's far more common than people think.I'm sorry that you get them too.x

  10. :friends0:Panic attacks suck! I'm so sorry you get them like I do.

  11. Hello Jess. And yes, the same questions Vanwa asked. :)

  12. It was fun, and I look forward to a one on one, you strike me as being as stubborn as I am and that could make things interesting! x

  13. Thanks for the hugs hun :friends0: it still affects me as I have no doubt it does everyone who's had it happen to them - pretty much every issue I have today stems from those 16 years of cruelty (from day 1 of kindergarten right up to the last day of high school).


    Still, I do know that what you say is true; the people who tormented me didn't come from happy balanced homes like mine was, I know that. It just seems like a bit of an expensive price to pay for a caring family, is all.


    As you may have noticed however, I have not lost the tender heart :) that's one of the few things they couldn't strip from me. I don't just smile at people I think I need it, I run at them and hug them (starting from the famed Liverpool goths). It's good for the huggee, but it's also good for the hugger :friends0: you take care.

  14. Thank you for the friendly debate, although that kind of thing can exhaust me. But maybe we can have a one on one some time. :friends0: Wishing you and yours all good things.