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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by abelcainsbrother » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:35 pm

Nessa wrote:
abelcainsbrother wrote:
Nessa wrote:
abelcainsbrother wrote:
Nessa wrote:
I dunno, I wouldnt give someone my credit card details
But I would tell them stuff about me. No more riskier than telling someone in real life.
Best the otherside of the world knows my secrets than someone that turns up at my door regularly :lol: kidding!
I think? y:-?
Well everybody is not as honest or trustworthy with information about yourself like I am.Not everybody will keep their judgments,prejudices,to themselves and mind their own business and not juge.Not everybody can keep a secret too. And it might surprise you but sometimes Christians can be the meanest people,not everyone can cover others flaws,etc. The bible talks about love covereth like when Noah got drunk and was covered up,etc.
Agreed, sounds like you might of experienced some of that yourself.
You come off as quite sincere and trustworthy :)
I think everybody has. I don't think it is exclusive just to me and even if it has'nt to you personally it has happened to people you know.However I'm making it like a trust thing and that is not really the main reason I only reveal what I want people to know.
Sorry, are you saying trust is not the main reason? Something else?
Yeah,it is mainly because I used to be on a blog and he warned us about revealing personal things about yourself on-line and I agreed with him and its just became a habit.
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:48 pm

abelcainsbrother wrote:
Nessa wrote:
abelcainsbrother wrote:
Nessa wrote:
abelcainsbrother wrote:
Well everybody is not as honest or trustworthy with information about yourself like I am.Not everybody will keep their judgments,prejudices,to themselves and mind their own business and not juge.Not everybody can keep a secret too. And it might surprise you but sometimes Christians can be the meanest people,not everyone can cover others flaws,etc. The bible talks about love covereth like when Noah got drunk and was covered up,etc.
Agreed, sounds like you might of experienced some of that yourself.
You come off as quite sincere and trustworthy :)
I think everybody has. I don't think it is exclusive just to me and even if it has'nt to you personally it has happened to people you know.However I'm making it like a trust thing and that is not really the main reason I only reveal what I want people to know.
Sorry, are you saying trust is not the main reason? Something else?
Yeah,it is mainly because I used to be on a blog and he warned us about revealing personal things about yourself on-line and I agreed with him and its just became a habit.
Guess Im a risk taker ;)

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Storyteller » Wed Dec 09, 2015 5:30 am

Nessa wrote:How would you respond if...

Someone bumps into you and the drink you're holding spills all over you, they then tell you that you should be more careful? :shock:
Stamp on their foot
A stranger bursts out into tears infront of you....
apologise for stamping on their foot
You sit down in a park to have lunch where there are heaps and heaps of seats and someone comes and sits right next to you....bandage their foot

Someone gives you a gift you hate and they ask you if you like it?.....I could never hate a gift, it`s the thought that counts

Someone you dont know well makes you a coffee at their house and it tastes absolutely disgusting, do you still drink it?....spill it over them and tell them not to be so clumsy
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by RickD » Wed Dec 09, 2015 7:30 am

Storyteller wrote:
Nessa wrote:How would you respond if...

Someone bumps into you and the drink you're holding spills all over you, they then tell you that you should be more careful? :shock:
Stamp on their foot
A stranger bursts out into tears infront of you....
apologise for stamping on their foot
You sit down in a park to have lunch where there are heaps and heaps of seats and someone comes and sits right next to you....bandage their foot

Someone gives you a gift you hate and they ask you if you like it?.....I could never hate a gift, it`s the thought that counts

Someone you dont know well makes you a coffee at their house and it tastes absolutely disgusting, do you still drink it?....spill it over them and tell them not to be so clumsy
:toppoints:
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Fri Sep 29, 2017 6:15 pm

Nessa wrote:How would you respond if...

Someone bumps into you and the drink you're holding spills all over you, they then tell you that you should be more careful? :shock:
I asked my therapist this question and he said he would tell the person to f**k off and that they can pay for the dry cleaning bill too :lol:

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by RickD » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:52 am

Nessa wrote:
Nessa wrote:How would you respond if...

Someone bumps into you and the drink you're holding spills all over you, they then tell you that you should be more careful? :shock:
I asked my therapist this question and he said he would tell the person to f**k off and that they can pay for the dry cleaning bill too :lol:
With a therapist like that, it's no wonder you're so screwed up! :lol:
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:18 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
Nessa wrote:How would you respond if...

Someone bumps into you and the drink you're holding spills all over you, they then tell you that you should be more careful? :shock:
I asked my therapist this question and he said he would tell the person to f**k off and that they can pay for the dry cleaning bill too :lol:
With a therapist like that, it's no wonder you're so screwed up! :lol:


Hey! I have only just started seeing them..lets not give them too much credit for my craziness :P

What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?

"hmmm, I see you are unable to take any responsibility for your own actions...Heres my card..make an appointment and I can help you with that" y:-B

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Philip » Sat Sep 30, 2017 4:38 pm

Simple, good advice: Avoid bars filled with obnoxious drunks!

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by RickD » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:02 pm

Nessa wrote:
What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?
Probably to just give them a prescription for Xanax. Isn't that the usual panacea?
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:27 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?
Probably to just give them a prescription for Xanax. Isn't that the usual panacea?
Psychologists dont prescribe drugs here

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by RickD » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:33 am

Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?
Probably to just give them a prescription for Xanax. Isn't that the usual panacea?
Psychologists dont prescribe drugs here
Then they're not real doctors.

You need to get yourself a real doctor. :mrgreen:
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Philip » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:34 am

Fact: In the U.S., psychologists only in a few states can prescribe drugs, but ALL U.S. psychiatrists can.

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Post by RickD » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:49 am

Philip wrote:Fact: In the U.S., psychologists only in a few states can prescribe drugs, but ALL U.S. psychiatrists can.
Psychiatrists are quacks real doctors.
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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:11 pm

RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?
Probably to just give them a prescription for Xanax. Isn't that the usual panacea?
Psychologists dont prescribe drugs here
Then they're not real doctors.

You need to get yourself a real doctor. :mrgreen:
My hairdresser is always prescribing me wine for what ever ails me.

It seems to work for her y:-?

Maybe they are the real doctors :P

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Re: Another fluffy thread

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Post by Nessa » Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:13 pm

Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
RickD wrote:
Nessa wrote:
What would you consider the right response would be from a therapist?
Probably to just give them a prescription for Xanax. Isn't that the usual panacea?
Psychologists dont prescribe drugs here
Then they're not real doctors.

You need to get yourself a real doctor. :mrgreen:
My hairdresser is always prescribing me wine for what ever ails me.

It seems to work for her y:-?

Maybe they are the real doctors :P
And then Rick says....

"No wonder your hair looks like crap!"

:econfused: :lol:

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