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Bluesclues

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  1. Bluesclues

    In my yard

    It’s so green! That’s so nice to see! I used to live in the tropics and moved to the desert about 1.5 yrs ago, I miss the green and all the life that comes with it and supports it.
  2. Hi, @darklollix I also only have a therapist for support so I understand that struggle and how alone that is. I am sorry for what brought you here and I’m sure you will find more than just answers to your questions. So many safe hugs is that’s okay
  3. @1444Fireflies welcome to as!
  4. Oh, I’m sorry it didn’t work out. The Southwest is gorgeous in its own ways! I’m also growing tired of where I am, I’ll be moving farther north, Albuquerque. I plan on going to school there when I turn 24, my friend from Florida is going to move here with me for a year, so hopefully having a buddy will help me make more friends and explore more places. I REALLY want to go up to Co and UT, the pictures are amazing! I’ve flown into Denver before, it was breathtaking. I hope the change will help you rediscover Co, too.
  5. @iamnotbubba wow so two weeks after irma I moved from orlando, Florida to a city on the borders of New Mexico and Mexico. It’s intersting to read the move the other way. I could t imagine going from dry to THAT humid. I also felt so free when I first moved out here. The desert is so VERY different from the colors and abundance of wildlife in Florida. I thought I was thriving, too. And then I wasn’t. I was at my lowest point ever I’m doing pretty okay now. I’m so glad you had that experience with the group and now your current mental state! That’s awesome! Congrats! I’m not there yet, I can say
  6. Hi, just checking in. Hope you’re doing okay. 

  7. Thank you for reaching out. I am grateful for any offer of support, I would like to get to know you better and share my fears about court and seeing him again.

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    2. Bluesclues

      Bluesclues

      If you see the three horizontal lines in the top corner, click on that, then on the picture of an envelop. 

    3. Bluesclues

      Bluesclues

      @Harmony5kw there it should say compose new

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  8. @Harmony5kw I’m sorry for what brought you here and if it’s okay I would like to sit with you also give some safe hugs.
  9. @SuddenCircles welcome to AS. I’m sorry for what brought you here. So many safe hugs, if that’s ok.
  10. Bluesclues

    2nd session

    @GordyGood for you for getting back into therapy. I’m numb with my memories too at the moment. With time my emotions come and go, I feel like having the emotion connected with the memory of the event is very important in healing. You have to feel the emotion you felt that/those moments in order to complete it and release it. I just read trauma and memory by Peter Levine, it was an informative read in really sorry about your mom. I hope they’re able to prevent him from visiting her anymore and also find her phone. Sitting with you and safe hugs
  11. I’m sitting with you @blackroses1999
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