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How are you today thread (trigger warning)

Postby lifelongthing » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:30 pm

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I thought we would give another try at a thread like this :) Anyone feel comfortable posting, as few or as many as you would like :)

So how are you today? Anything special going on that you'd like to chat about? :)
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby Hornet339 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:44 pm

I'm doing alright. Mostly worried about my alters, though. I haven't been able to contact them for several days. Isn't it ironic that the BBcode isn't working and my alters won't show up? Hmmm. How are you? -Leslie
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby lifelongthing » Mon Mar 25, 2013 1:53 pm

"Isn't it ironic that the BBcode isn't working and my alters won't show up?"
Kinda is yeah :| Sorry to hear that. I hope you get more contact with them soon :)

Today we are okay. Some people are triggered by a message we got from a friend of ours, but we have yet to figure out why this particular message was triggering. It's nothing too bad, just noticeable. Also, a child part was very triggered by us almost crashing with our car. We are safe and doing good though and things are calming down again :)

Other than these things, things are going well and we are having less PTSD symptoms lately than ever before. We are happy to be moving and experiencing a lot of growth in the system. The ones who are the most out these last few days have been older and less traumatized alters, which is a new experience for us as they tend to come out just to calm the others down.

So today is a bit more difficult than it's been lately, but nothing bad and in the end it's a good day all the same :)
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby Hornet339 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:04 pm

I'm so glad to hear that thingsare improving for you! :D
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby lifelongthing » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:07 pm

Thank you :) It's been some years now since we left the abusers but we are becoming healthier and more stable now. Took a while just getting the diagnosis and all though so we are proud of our accomplishments all the same :)

Hope you get more communication going again. We're thinking of you (all) :)

-- Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:07 pm --

Thank you :) It's been some years now since we left the abusers but we are becoming healthier and more stable now. Took a while just getting the diagnosis and all though so we are proud of our accomplishments all the same :)

Hope you get more communication going again. We're thinking of you (all) :)
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby ManyHearts » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:12 pm

lifelongthing wrote:I thought we would give another try at a thread like this :) Anyone feel comfortable posting, as few or as many as you would like :)

So how are you today? Anything special going on that you'd like to chat about? :)


I feel fine because tonight we will have dinner with a friend and we will go to a lecture about autisme in relationships and we go there with her too because some of us have autism.

Sarah
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby Hornet339 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:14 pm

Logan just came back in hysterics because he said he felt like a wall was blocking him from talking to me. I wonder if it was the medication...Hmm. I'm so glad he's back, though!

Wow, you guys HAVE accomplished a lot. :) We're in the process of getting a diagnosis, but we need to get evaluated first and we're low on money. We're getting there, though.
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Re: How are you today thread

Postby lifelongthing » Mon Mar 25, 2013 2:18 pm

Hi Sarah

That sounds very interesting :) I hope you enjoy yourselves.

Hornet:
That's great :D I'm happy to hear it :) I'm sure you guys have lots to talk about then :)

Thank you, I appreciate that. We've worked a lot at least :)
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Re: How are you today thread

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Re: How are you today thread

Postby lifelongthing » Mon Mar 25, 2013 8:23 pm

I see you took away your reply so I won't reply to it Journalgirl but I wanted to say that I'm thinking of you and thank you for replying to my post :)
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