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    It's been suggested that we leave a space between the start of a post and the triggering part.

    Write something innocuous in the first line. then leave some spaces between in and the subject matter. this should take care of accidentally triggering someone.

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    Bonnie possible trigger????
    sittingbull594 posted:
    Hi Kiddo.....
    I read some of your post about the precursor to valentines day.

    I couldn't read all of it due to my triggery ness. Not your fault at all. I just need to stay safe especially today.


    May trigger???

    I think anytime someone comes a long and disturbs and upsets the apple cart like this man did as badly as he did and took advantage of you you need to pursue taking in large legal action in the form of a restraining order.
    If you have any recordings, any emails from him that can be used. In my jurisdiction where i live there are civil areas in the judicial system where you can go for vicitm assistance and they will help you write the complaint against the person whom you seek it. Also they sometimes (in my case they did) tell you which judges are more susceptable to complying and giving a restraining order.

    Good luck!
    mandybutterflykiss responded:

    Thank you dear woman for your support. I apologize for triggering you and hope that you are doing well.

    Nightmares still plague me... I woke up screaming and scared poor MandyCake who was swatting at my face with her paws. Thank God for Furbabies! Just love her dearly.


    Life is the school, Love is the lesson.
    sittingbull594 replied to mandybutterflykiss's response:
    that's why we put trigger on posts ...........its not yhour fault like i wrote ! so no worries. I'm great. had a busy day today and am happy its all over with almost for work for the day.

    I've been praying to God to see us thru and asking each and every day to bring us lots of $$$$ jobs and he has. I'm forever grateful.

    I realize that everything i pray for won't always happen but i'm glad this is.

    i'm sorry that you are having nightmares. me too. it stinks.
    I do know that if you wake up and are still having the realness of it that you can change the ending. I just remembered that now. So you just write it down how you want the nightmare to end and say it outloud 3 tims. It really does work. It was written about in a nationally syndicated newspaper many years ago.

    If i knew how to scan, my printer worked and i could find the piece of paper We could both benefit.

    sigh maybe another time. Take care and i'm glad i've helped some.

    i'm really glad you and dem came back

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