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    Leaving SAUK - thanks and goodbye

    My last reply appears to have been deleted without permission so I am responding (yet)again. Sorry you're leaving and good luck. The basement is often a very nasty place. Don't take it personally.
    Posted 13th May 2014 at 22:16 by indigo777 indigo777 is offline
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    Posted 12th May 2014 at 14:09 by DaughterOfTheRains DaughterOfTheRains is offline
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    Leaving SAUK - thanks and goodbye

    That's a shame. I don't know if it's to do with the basement. Opinions and cynicalism can really spring up and shock you. Sometimes detracts from the positive side of the site. That you can get into a debate and made to look small. Spent years here so I know to avoid that. But shame to see you go- did some good positive posts.
    Posted 10th May 2014 at 16:36 by affluenza affluenza is offline
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    Leaving SAUK - thanks and goodbye

    I can't believe you're leaving . We had a great time with the film puzzles. That was only the half of it though. You always took time to reply to threads and help people. You were one of the good ones.
    Posted 10th May 2014 at 10:31 by Martin74 Martin74 is offline
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    Why I Still Hate My Dead Dad - Part 2

    That was incredibly moving to read Riccip. It's appalling what you had to endure as a child at the hands of your father but a credit to your strength of character that you came through it with your spirit intact.
    Posted 24th March 2014 at 02:30 by Consolida Consolida is offline
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    Why I Still Hate My Dead Dad - Part 2

    This is absolutely terrible and my heart goes out to you as a small child...
    Posted 1st March 2014 at 18:39 by MrsF MrsF is offline
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    Why I Still Hate My Dead Dad - Part 2

    Thanks very much Talbot, that's very kind of you. I wasn't entirely helpless. I had my wits to protect me. The positives that came out of this I'll try to explain in the next thrilling installment. Thanks for reading.

    (P.S. Nice avatar! Always enjoyed L.O.G.)
    Posted 27th February 2014 at 13:26 by Riccip Riccip is offline
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    Why I Still Hate My Dead Dad - Part 2

    Well that stopped me in my tracks! I think you've written it exceptionally well considering how hard it must be for you. Well done for being so brave and I hope in writing it you get some relief from something that no child (or anyone) should have to experience.
    Posted 27th February 2014 at 13:07 by Troutchops Troutchops is offline
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    Why I Still Hate My Dead Dad - Part 2

    That's very upsetting to read. I'm so sorry you had to go through that as a mere helpless child. Very sad.
    Posted 26th February 2014 at 23:16 by Caribou Caribou is offline
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    Hell & Back - My story...

    I agree, a huge inspiration! Your story will definitely give others the courage to carry on. Thank you!
    Posted 21st February 2014 at 21:35 by C82 C82 is offline
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    Hell & Back - My story...

    Great read - I'm intrigued to know how you going about 'giving up' and accepting SA. I understand the concept, but everything I try is more like fighting against it.
    Posted 11th February 2014 at 12:00 by Morgana Morgana is offline
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    Hell & Back - My story...

    you are an inspiration,keep it up man and stick around,your words are a great help to people on here.
    Posted 6th February 2014 at 18:34 by rupertthebear rupertthebear is offline
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    Happy New *You* - New Year's Resolutions for SA

    Great post, Rob. I'll keep them in mind if I'm to stick to my own self improvement. I hope you have a great 2014!
    Posted 30th December 2013 at 20:07 by Sunshine Recorder Sunshine Recorder is offline
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    Happy New *You* - New Year's Resolutions for SA

    [QUOTE=Martin74;bt18210]The [B]disadvantage[/B] of NYR is if you quit, as a lot of people do, you'll feel demotivated for the rest of the year.[/QUOTE]

    Only if you decide to regard it as 'quitting'. It's okay to take a break from recovery. You can pick it up again whenever you're ready. In fact it can be quite helpful to pause and take stock because returning to any particular therapy is often more successful the second or third time round. - Rob
    Posted 30th December 2013 at 08:57 by Riccip Riccip is offline
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    The Anatomy of Self-Loathing

    I recognise that fail safe plan. Thank you for posting. *wipes tear away*
    Posted 29th December 2013 at 21:45 by MrsF MrsF is offline
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    Happy New *You* - New Year's Resolutions for SA

    Good blog and very wise words, thanks rob
    Posted 29th December 2013 at 18:07 by Silver Silver is offline
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    Happy New *You* - New Year's Resolutions for SA

    The advantage of NYR is it provides an annual opportunity to take stock of yourself and take concrete steps towards self-improvement.

    The disadvantage of NYR is if you quit, as a lot of people do, you'll feel demotivated for the rest of the year.
    Posted 29th December 2013 at 13:09 by Martin74 Martin74 is offline
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    The Anatomy of Self-Loathing

    Great blog!

    Wow that was really inspiring to read
    Posted 29th December 2013 at 00:05 by FunkyTorre5912 FunkyTorre5912 is offline
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    10 Steps Towards Recovery

    Without failure we never learn how to succeed. So true! Yet its taken me so long to realise this. Great blog!
    Posted 10th December 2013 at 02:48 by sillypenguin sillypenguin is offline
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    Genetic propensity, NOT genetic defect!

    [quote]SA is NOT a 'bad' thing, and it's certainly no defect. Neither is it the enemy. To fight SA is to fight yourself so instead you should accept it, absorb it and make it work 'for' you. Recovery is mainly a matter of learning to understand yourself and restoring balance through proven methods. [/quote]

    That's so true.
    Posted 9th December 2013 at 16:57 by iTz0kt0Bu iTz0kt0Bu is offline

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