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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby MakersDozn » Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:42 am

Hi Oliver. Thank you for sending us that law stuff. That was very nice of you. We did not know about that law.

But still we have the other reasons we told you. And thank you for saying it is okay. We hope that we can volunteer at a shelter someday.

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby Muninn » Wed Jan 22, 2020 9:28 pm

It's weird, that an annoying but still rather trivial task, like finding a new space to live, is messing with my system that much. It's activating many parts and their wishes and also some trauma-like memories/feelings.

I'm spacing out a lot, aka switching around a lot, and I'm trying to listen more, because I fear, that if I don't, we end up with two flats at the same time, or a too expensive one at the other side of the city, or something stupid like this.
It's exhausting to pretend to be the functioning face of a not really functioning chaos group and right now, I just wish for some quiet peace far far away...

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby MeMyselfMaureen » Thu Jan 23, 2020 5:18 am

Rats. I can hear rats. They are behind the draws. Rats crawl up and eat your legs in your sleep.
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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby TheGangsAllHere » Thu Jan 23, 2020 5:41 am

Hi Elspeth. I like your name. I never heard of rats doing that--I think that only happens in scary movies. Rats can bite if they get cornered, but unless they're really starving and can't get food ANY other way, they won't go after something larger than they are.

Also, maybe the sound you're hearing isn't rats but something else. Maybe one of your bigger people can figure it out and tell you so you won't be so scared.

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby MeMyselfMaureen » Thu Jan 23, 2020 5:45 am

Thanks Claire. Elspeth has gone back to her tree place. She rarely comes to the front but
i'll pass on your message. -Mo
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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby TheGangsAllHere » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:15 pm

I'm so worried that we'll never ever get to see our T in person again. That we'll have to start seeing him on the computer on Friday (he's still deciding), and then he'll get sick and die and we'll never ever go to his real office and see him again.

We were really really careful when we saw him today, and made sure we couldn't give any viruses to him if we have them, and he said he's being careful too and that "this will pass," and we'll get to come to his office again, but maybe that won't happen.

And there's a big fight between people who love him and care about him and LIKE to feel that way, and other people who don't think we should feel like that because it will just HURT too much because we won't have him anymore, so we shouldn't love him.

And someone else is mad at me because other people in the world have REAL bad things that are happening to them, and it's being sorry for ourselves (the big word they're saying is "self-indulgent") to spend time thinking of all the bad things that could happen when we have lots of "advantages" and shouldn't be so "stupid and silly."

Anyway, I hope you're all safe and that none of my friends get sick, and if other people want to tell me if they're worried about their T, then maybe I wouldn't feel like I'm the only one.

Ok, bye.
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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby MakersDozn » Tue Mar 24, 2020 12:28 am

Hi Nadia. We're sorry that people inside are mad or have other big feelings about this.

But we think that your T gave you a good answer.

We miss going to our T's office. But we will talk to her on Skype. We are safe and our T is safe.

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby IainEtc » Sun Mar 29, 2020 8:42 am

Hi MD kids and Nadia,

We saw our T on video last week. It was weird to see her on the computer but I got to see she's safe. I worried A LOT that she'll get sick and die because she's pretty old. But she says she's going to be ok because she is careful. We are careful too.

Everybody be safe.

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby MakersDozn » Mon Mar 30, 2020 12:07 am

Hi Evan,

We are glad you got to see your T on video and that she is safe and careful.

We see our T on video too. She is 80 years old but she is healthy and safe and careful too.

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Re: For littles to talk about difficult topics (Trigger Warning)

Postby TheyLeftMeBroken » Tue Apr 28, 2020 10:10 pm

I get scared when big people ask me to play games even though they are safe people. It makes me scared and I don't know how to not be or remember that they are good or how to tell them it is too scary. They ask too many scary questions when I'm not allowed to or dont want to do something. Afraid because I never know if its a trick or not.
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