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  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Have I even been around long enough to make an impression? It can be hard to join into a forum that has members who have built up a community over the years, but this is a fun one for sure and I've never been made to feel unwelcome.

    Fun, friendly, family. I’d like to grill out and have a summer drink with you.
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.
  • PAFC84PAFC84 Member Posts: 1,868 Member Member Posts: 1,868 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Trust yourselves. If it works for you, it is good.
  • laprimaJennylaprimaJenny Member Posts: 1,465 Member Member Posts: 1,465 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Member Posts: 2,139 Member Member Posts: 2,139 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Member Posts: 2,139 Member Member Posts: 2,139 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂

    Good! You satisfied with it? Gonna submit it anywhere?
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂

    Good! You satisfied with it? Gonna submit it anywhere?

    If I can figure out how, yes.
  • Reckoner68Reckoner68 Member Posts: 2,139 Member Member Posts: 2,139 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂

    Good! You satisfied with it? Gonna submit it anywhere?

    If I can figure out how, yes.

    I have a friend who's somewhat active in that genre, I'll see if she has any insight and pass it on to you if she knows of anybody with open calls right now
  • your_future_ex_wifeyour_future_ex_wife Member Posts: 4,278 Member Member Posts: 4,278 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂

    Good! You satisfied with it? Gonna submit it anywhere?

    If I can figure out how, yes.

    I have a friend who's somewhat active in that genre, I'll see if she has any insight and pass it on to you if she knows of anybody with open calls right now

    Thank you!
  • Vikka_VVikka_V Member Posts: 8,877 Member Member Posts: 8,877 Member
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Reckoner68 wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    @Vikka_V I think we all interpret questions based on our own perspective and perceptions of life. I also think most of us have had moments in which we regret things we’ve said.

    I think you are a deep thinker and extremely self reflective. A valued trait in such a self absorbed society. You are sweet natured and very kind to others, but I find you can tend to be too hard on yourself. ❤️

    Thank-you Lady
    I am "hard" on myself I think partly because I've had no guidance, my parents (divorced when I was 5) had much bigger "problems" than taking care of me and my brother...I try to be "hard' on myself, because I need the discipline I never had as a child...but I'm not doing a good job at it. Its hard to 'parent' yourself.

    It seems stupid to say, but I need some guidance, some one to say "do this" (like go to bed now) simple, but for me thats huge.... I have no rational limits compared to others I don't think.

    As a child I had no limits and parents with substance abuse problems. I know your not allowed to talk about drugs and stuff here (I got reprimanded for doing so) but its a thing...and as a kid with parents who had other "problems" besides my brother and I, I feel like I've had to "raise myself"...so it's taken a lot longer and I feel very immature still.
    Me too.

    Same. I also value constructive criticism.

    I don’t want the criticism. I just want a boss who knows me and wants the best for me and doesn’t mind when I occasionally tell them to go *kitten* themselves. 😄

    And how's the writing going? <Cracks whip>

    Lazy lately. I did finally find a woman to read that thing though. 😂

    Good! You satisfied with it? Gonna submit it anywhere?

    K, you guys just lazy tagged me and shitz
    So I feel cool interjecting!
    You both writers?

    Start a thread with some timbits or a blog and alert me...thanks!!
  • FeelinFooFooFeelinFooFoo Member Posts: 4,078 Member Member Posts: 4,078 Member
    @Vikka_V I think your lovely and mysterious, I imagine your a really organised person and I think you probably have a lovely house really nicely decorated and I LOVE your hair. ☺
  • George_of_the_JungleGeorge_of_the_Jungle Member Posts: 3,316 Member Member Posts: 3,316 Member
    So I've just caught up here.

    First, excellent thread! Everyone is being really well behaved and all the goodness is on display.

    I'm compelled to write for everyone, I think you're all so great in your own ways. That would take all day though so I'm gonna pick one out of a hat unless someone wants to volunteer?
  • George_of_the_JungleGeorge_of_the_Jungle Member Posts: 3,316 Member Member Posts: 3,316 Member
    Gustaaf85 wrote: »
    always willing to volunteer, although you might not have any clue about me, since i have rarely seen you on threads i post in

    Correct, I only really see you in the Fun-n-games side, but.....


    Over there you are hilarious, kind, and supportive without being creepy or too forward. In those threads, that is sayin something
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