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  2. I found myself in the same situation many many years ago. with my oldest daughter. We wrapped every individual thing (and still do lol) to make it look like it's so much more... but to see her disappointment is heart breaking. We do give her what she wants, (when we can afford it) but also when she's earned it. sad thing is, CPS has told her, that she doesn't have to earn it, that she can tell us what she likes and and doesn't like as well as what she will and wont do.... whatever another story Point is, I Know that the cycle is there, I also know it'll never change. just wish I could get my kiddo to understand what words mean... I hate you, I wish you were dead,,, she acts as if they're just that, word, but they're not
  3. Last week
  4. Title Road Less Traveled Story The road less traveled is sometimes the road worth traveling; it's ever winding path of asphalt covered only by the gentle patter of rain water dripping from the trees, quietly beckons to slow down and notice what you are passing. In life, we are given so many opportunities to notice something other then ourselves; this was one of those times. My Mood Somber, reflecting.
  5. Coffee with Humanastory --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  6. I took an image while I was away, I am looking to name said image; but more importantly we are interested in hearing how this image makes you feel. Project Rules: Tell the story of this image in one paragraph [in your own words, using your own imagination]. Give this image a three word title.
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    Road Less Traveled

    The road less traveled is sometimes the road worth traveling; it's ever winding path of asphalt covered only by the gentle patter of rain water dripping from the trees, quietly beckons to slow down and notice what you are passing. In life, we are given so many opportunities to notice something other then ourselves; this was one of those times.

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  8. Earlier
  9. Title Glow of Amber Story As night falls, the dark cascades throughout the room; creeping, lurking. This cycle of life shows us all that death will eventually come; not even light is safe. However, even in darkness there is a hopeful glimmer of dimly-lit candle light, however grim, will always be there to guide us safely ashore bridging the ever widening chasm between the two cycles of life and death; in the end, it will be okay. My Mood Somber, reflecting.
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  11. God, what is wrong with you! I'm just kidding, I know the feeling all to well. I must add, even IF you buy them something, there is no guarantee they will care about the item. What is sad about that, is the fact, that this has boiled down to just giving cash for Christmas to people, and i say cash because what are the point in gift cards other than buying, a sort of cash, for only that store. In my opinion, it is exactly the stated reason people have lost the meaning of the entirety of Christmas. I have to say, I think this is all children; I remember once, when I was about your daughters age, my mother never really had any money, being a single mother. It was Christmas day, and my mother had scavenged her heart out to save up for this particular Christmas; She had purchased some new underwear and socks for me, in her eyes it was all she could afford, she even went as far as to individually wrap each item to make it look as if we had more under the tree. Do you know what my reaction was; again, only about your daughter's age ( I was 14 at the time), 'Oh joy, more socks'. Yes, to this day that haunts me, but has grounded me in my adult years; just seeing my mother's face fall, reminded me of how selfish I was that day; I knew it almost immediately, oh, she did try to hide it. But, I knew I hurt her. To this day I show appreciation for everything given, even you two being here at the community. I have learned through the hard knocks of life, it is not the item, but rather, the people. That is why to this day, I don't give gifts and crap, but rather in our house we have a great meal and we all make it, the Christmas music plays, the atmosphere is in high spirits and there are pictures of people not things. I have learned it is about being appreciative of what you have (by what, I mean the people around you) as she will learn @Allison Soto, just try to remember that in time … in time. And then there is that ...
  12. My wife took an image while I was away, we are looking to name said image; but more importantly we are interested in hearing how this image makes you feel. Project Rules: Tell the story of this image in one paragraph [in your own words, using your own imagination]. Give this image a three word title.
  13. Brian Klein

    Glow of Amber

    As night falls, the dark cascades throughout the room; creeping, lurking. This cycle of life shows us all that death will eventually come; not even light is safe. However, even in darkness there is a hopeful glimmer of dimly-lit candle light, however grim, will always be there to guide us safely ashore bridging the ever widening chasm between the two cycles of life and death; in the end, it will be okay.

    © Humanastory

  14. I can understand the feelings that a traumatic event such as losing a child can make you want to turn inwards and not really talk about how you feel. No one really wants to talk about events that have affected them greatly in life, but sometimes it's good to share those feelings so that others can understand how difficult it can be; it can help to stop the constant badgering to get you to open up. The truly sad part of the story, for me, is not just the loss but not actually being able to grow alongside my brother; I often wonder what influence, if any, he would have had on my life and whether I would have been a different person to what I am now. It's truly amazing how much difference one person can make in your life. My heartfelt thoughts and loving wishes to you and I hope that your loss with ease; it's not something that you can just shut out and pretend that it never happened and I can imagine that certain things that happen throughout your life will resurface memories and touch you at the soul level.
  15. Yeah I started late, I will start this Monday, I need to set up the dates to reflect accuracy. lol.
  16. Hello friend I am here and qualified to help. I will stop by soon with some information. Miss you buddy good luck with the goal mate.
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  21. In This Episode: Hey guys and gals! So glad you could all join us for a lovely evening, not sure what life has in store for us this evening; but I am sure you can guide us in the right direction. Here's to a happy day! Remember to release good vibes. Join the Audience Room for live conversation with one another during this show. Be sure to post your questions specifically for the show in your reply to this thread at the bottom of the page. Start Date: 21.FEBRUARY.2020 / 8:30 PM
  22. Coffee with Humanastory --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  23. Coffee with Humanastory --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
  24. Coffee with Humanastory --- Welcome to the Humanastory Community — thanks for contributing! Does your reply improve the conversation in some way? Be kind to your fellow community members. Constructive criticism is welcome, but criticize ideas, not people.
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  26. This is exactly how I felt when it was submitted to us. When this gentleman and I were talking I felt the same way; he is amazing, but he was really quite humble. But it did get me thinking about what it takes to deal with droves of public. I feel the same way @Allison Soto. It is a shame this happens all to often. I feel it is only getting worse as time moves on.
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  28. What section are you referencing my dear? I am confused by the statement.
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