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Re: Age groups of alters by Johnny-Jack on Thu Feb 14, 2019 4:32 pm
As of 02/15/2019: age groups we use for our system

09 babies/toddlers, birth to age 2.5
25 littles, age 3 to 7
13 middles, age 8 to 12
17 teens, age 13 to 19
10 adults, age 20 and up (one ageless)

73 alters

Re: POCD: Worried Sick I have hurt my cousin from my past actions by DaturaInnoxia on Thu Jan 24, 2019 7:40 am
To start with, something like this done while you're 10-12 is nowhere near the same as an adult (the way you're viewing it now) because you yourself were a child.

You're being very clear in having a conscience and fear of possibly doing something wrong, fear of negatively impacting your cousin, and feeling bad about behaviour from when you were 10-12 which isn't the way pedophiles are, so I don't see concern there.

I am curious if you were ever abused though.

I would assume she's not aware of your curiosity if she's not afraid or angry with you and you 2 are on good terms.

If necessary, you could say you've been reflecting on your life and don't remember a lot (or can't always tell true memories from false memories) and are wondering if you've ever harmed her or made her uncomfortable when you two were little because if so, you'd like to try to find a way to make amends for it.

I'm sorry you have such a torturous disorder.
Hopefully you keep working with your therapist on dealing with uncertainty and the distress of false memories and that you get immense relief.

Re: The strange fear of poverty by Twinkling Butterfly on Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:26 am
Also, re: the tooth problems, some dental patients have their lost teeth replaced with cadaver teeth instead of artificial ones, but I don't know how expensive that usually or whether the cadaver teeth remain in the jaw indefinitely or the body eventually rejects them.

In comparison to real teeth, implanted artificial teeth are, I've been told, easy to brush but difficult to floss, especially if they're made to form a bridge between two implants replacing a row of missing teeth. (The bridge is, of course, less expensive and invasive than getting many implants in a row.) But if you do eventually go for implants the dental clinic should instruct you on cleaning and caring for them before you agree to the procedure, so you'll know what to expect.

Again, sorry if this is all old news. :oops: :? Isn't "old news" an oxymoron?

Re: The strange fear of poverty by octopustentacles on Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:06 pm
Thats kind of a lot for a guitar unless you are planning on being a rock star. :) Why not get a cheaper one until later? I know that temptation though (as someone that drools over guitar catalogs, well, used to anyways).

I got some good deals on ebay. Keep an eye on the newly listed buy it now ones...sometimes people get desperate for monies. Pawn shops arent a good place to buy from what Ive seen.

Re: Things are better by quietgirl2538 on Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:59 pm

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