I would like a man that really cared for me

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09 Jan 2008, 9:00 pm

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doordoctor and Strapples, I suggest you both edit your posts to remove KateSmith's details. By quoting her, you have made it impossible for her to remove those details, should she wish to, plus you have made search engines more likely to index them.

I commend your thinking, and agree with it, but it is Kate's right to publish such details as she wishes to.


If she's mentally ill than she isn't a state that allows her to reasonably make that decision.

Also, if the info is left up and something happens to her because of its presence on here, Alex/Wrongplanet could potentially be held liable.

And Kate if your really this desparate contact the woman's shelter - they'll help you move out and get a job where you can support yourself. If your husband is physically abusive, they'll even help you move to another state and change your name so he can't find you. They'll also give you free counseling



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09 Jan 2008, 10:12 pm

:D Kate:
I hope no one is on their way before reading the husband part of that post!! !
It wouldn't be very loving to invite a stranger to danger. Perhaps an escort or a trip to a (clears throat) man hoe in vegas..

Just until I get the prostitution laws changed for all the needy, to cure the world of rape and violence. :wink:


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09 Jan 2008, 11:51 pm

SeaBright wrote:
:D Kate:
I hope no one is on their way before reading the husband part of that post!! !
It wouldn't be very loving to invite a stranger to danger. Perhaps an escort or a trip to a (clears throat) man hoe in vegas..

Just until I get the prostitution laws changed for all the needy, to cure the world of rape and violence. :wink:


No offense but isn't Bi-Polar might be the side effect of tugging you into revealing information? Just trying to lend a hand.



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10 Jan 2008, 1:34 am

katesmith: Again, as others have said: you're putting you and your family in danger by revealing information. You need some sort of mental help. Only you can decide when to take that action but it had better be sooner rather than later. Also, I'd suggest fleeing from your partner; he sounds like he's doing you harm. There are loads of people here that will help you out but this way of doing things will not help matters. Trust us.



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10 Jan 2008, 6:32 am

I think I am going to have to work things out. Thankyou everyone
Now I know how unstable I am , I just saw my Doctor 2 days ago. Sorry everyone


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10 Jan 2008, 3:32 pm

Good luck Kate.



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10 Jan 2008, 3:40 pm

Kate, if you're in an abusive relationship I urge you to get out now. Seek a women's shelter nearby - they have counsellors, help teams, shelter, accomodation, advice, food... everything you'll need. Even just drop by for a chat with someone to see if they can help you work out what you can do. But don't stay with an abusive husband; you don't sound happy and things can get dangerous - women die because they stay with their partners hoping they'll change for the better. Please, don't become another statistic! I'm sorry if this sounds harsh but honey, you're worth more than that.


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10 Jan 2008, 3:42 pm

LeKiwi wrote:
Kate, if you're in an abusive relationship I urge you to get out now. Seek a women's shelter nearby - they have counsellors, help teams, shelter, accomodation, advice, food... everything you'll need. Even just drop by for a chat with someone to see if they can help you work out what you can do. But don't stay with an abusive husband; you don't sound happy and things can get dangerous - women die because they stay with their partners hoping they'll change for the better. Please, don't become another statistic! I'm sorry if this sounds harsh but honey, you're worth more than that.


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