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18 Jun 2021, 10:56 am

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18 Jun 2021, 10:59 am

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I hope you feel a little better today Butterfly!

I'm a 5


While it would be better for me if you were at a 10 since you deserve it given how selflessly you tire to support people on this forum while dealing with your own issues, I'm at least delighted that your 5 is an improvement from days ago where you felt worse. That's great!


There's nothing a good book and a pot of tea can't cure.

Thanks salad. I hope you feel better soon. Take care of that noggin of yours!



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18 Jun 2021, 1:16 pm

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I hope you feel a little better today Butterfly!

I'm a 5


While it would be better for me if you were at a 10 since you deserve it given how selflessly you tire to support people on this forum while dealing with your own issues, I'm at least delighted that your 5 is an improvement from days ago where you felt worse. That's great!


There's nothing a good book and a pot of tea can't cure.

Thanks salad. I hope you feel better soon. Take care of that noggin of yours!


You sound like you belong in Victorian England with your proclivities, mannerisms and tastes. A pot of tea, a good book which I presume is a Bronte novel, and even your artwork just smacks anachronistically of a Victorian woman grafted onto our degenerate 21st century society, almost like youre a time traveler.

Personally I love it. Modern society seems not my taste and i appreciate those who like me also have a thing for the past.

I know I need rest but I just cant seem to rest. My fiancee is fast asleep but I cant bring myself to sleep. My head is racing with all types of worries and anxiety after the events of this week. Right now while my fiancee convalesces in her sleep im just going to keep my mind distracted from the racing thoughts by hanging out here until she wakes up


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18 Jun 2021, 1:29 pm

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I hope you feel a little better today Butterfly!

I'm a 5


While it would be better for me if you were at a 10 since you deserve it given how selflessly you tire to support people on this forum while dealing with your own issues, I'm at least delighted that your 5 is an improvement from days ago where you felt worse. That's great!


There's nothing a good book and a pot of tea can't cure.

Thanks salad. I hope you feel better soon. Take care of that noggin of yours!


You sound like you belong in Victorian England with your proclivities, mannerisms and tastes. A pot of tea, a good book which I presume is a Bronte novel, and even your artwork just smacks anachronistically of a Victorian woman grafted onto our degenerate 21st century society, almost like youre a time traveler.

Personally I love it. Modern society seems not my taste and i appreciate those who like me also have a thing for the past.


Ha! You're funny! I made myself a very structured reading list for 2021 with 18th to 21st century books, only three of which are Brontë scholarship. I'm forcing myself to read other things for a change, so I'm currently headfirst into Hester, by Margaret Oliphant. I absolutely love it.

Here's my list for the year in case you're interested. I started at New Year and I'm kind of slowed down because I lost my good glasses in April. I can't get a new pair until September.

** means that I finished the book.

18th Century:

Beckford, William -- Vathek
Burney, Frances – Evelina **
Defoe, Daniel – Moll Flanders **
Goethe, JW – The Sorrows of Young Werther **
Lewis, Matthew – The Monk **
Radcliffe, Ann – The Mysteries of Udolpho
Richardson, Samuel – Pamela, Or Virtue Rewarded **
Richardson, Samuel - Clarissa
Voltaire -- Candide
Walpole, Horace – The Castle of Otranto **
Cleland, John – Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure **

19th Century:

Braddon, Mary Elizabeth – Aurora Floyd **
Byron, George Gordon, Baron – Manfred **
Collins, Wilkie – Armadale
Flaubert, Gustave – Madame Bovary **
Hogg, James – The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner **
James, Henry – The Portrait of a Lady
Gaskell, Elizabeth – Cranford
Wilde, Oscar – The Picture of Dorian Gray **
Oliphant, Margaret – The Library Window **
Oliphant, Margaret – Hester ---> currently reading and totally in love with it :heart:

20th Century:

Dreiser, Theodore – Sister Carrie **
Woolf, Virginia – The Waves **

21st Century:
Haddon, Mark – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time **
Murata, Sayaka – The Convenience Store Woman **

Short Story Anthologies:

Gaskell to Bierce -- The Penguin Book of Ghost Stories
Gaskell, Elizabeth – Gothic Tales **
Luckhurst, Roger, editor -- Late Victorian Gothic Tales
Le Fanu, J Sheridan – In A Glass Darkly **
Le Fanu, J Sheridan – Green Tea and Other Weird Stories
Brothers Grimm – Selected Tales
De Quincey, Thomas – Confessions of an English Opium Eater and Other Stories

Brontë Theory and Criticism:

Alexander, Christine, editor -- The Art of The Brontës (1995)
Wilson, Romer -- The Life and Private History of Emily Jane Brontë (1928) **
Bryfonski, Dedria -- Class Conflict in Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights (2011) **



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18 Jun 2021, 9:40 pm

At my typical 7.


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19 Jun 2021, 4:23 am

0. I Got to talk to one of my friends on the phone Friday morning and was able to talk to him for quite a while. I’ve been trying my hardest not to burden them with my problems but being at the house alone is so painful. Next Saturday me my son and my sons dad are supposed to be taking a Vacation to gulf shores. I’m sad that as early as January I would have called my sons dad as my husband but he has hurt me so much emotionally I don’t really think I can even call him my friend anymore. I’m just so done with this reality I’m in currently. It feels so fake. Like my husband was replaced with a man with his voice and looks and memories but not his personality. I know it’s real, but it’s so terrifying how quickly he changed. I’m just trying to look forward to this trip. After the trip, I’m going to start looking after myself more. Because he doesn’t care about me or my well being anymore despite him saying he cares. It feels like a nightmare.



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22 Jun 2021, 11:35 pm

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I got gluten poisoned by accident and I feel terrible. My waitress put gluten in my food despite emphatically telling her im allergic, and now im in severe stomach pain, head pain and depressive symptoms are flaring.


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I got gluten poisoned by accident and I feel terrible. My waitress put gluten in my food despite emphatically telling her im allergic, and now im in severe stomach pain, head pain and depressive symptoms are flaring.


Recover soon and keep us updated!


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24 Jun 2021, 3:17 am

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I thought doing bodyweight squats was something I could do after my knee injury

Big mistake

I went too low, popped my knee, and now I'm in hellish pain.


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I got gluten poisoned by accident and I feel terrible. My waitress put gluten in my food despite emphatically telling her im allergic, and now im in severe stomach pain, head pain and depressive symptoms are flaring.


Recover soon and keep us updated!


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I got gluten poisoned by accident and I feel terrible. My waitress put gluten in my food despite emphatically telling her im allergic, and now im in severe stomach pain, head pain and depressive symptoms are flaring.
I would definitely post a formal complaint against this particular establishment. If they don’t know what items contain gluten or not they need to actually keep stuff listed for the staff to get better trained.



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25 Jun 2021, 6:20 pm

-5 Feeling depressed but not as much as I have been in the past.



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25 Jun 2021, 10:04 pm

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-5 Feeling depressed but not as much as I have been in the past.


Are you feeling better now?


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26 Jun 2021, 10:12 pm

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Today is a wonderful day. I finished my 1st book cover to cover in over a year, a feat that was deemed medically impossible because of bad head injuries that affected my brain's ability to read, yet I proved to myself and the world that limits only exist if you allow them to


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27 Jun 2021, 11:57 pm

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Feel like I am going to have a panic attack and like I am going to vomit


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