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Old 02-20-2019, 03:37 AM #41
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Right now half of the threads are about abuse and I feel it puts off many posters participating in any other kinds of topics. Or visiting the whole forum.
We are all responsible for ourselves and can only set boundaries for ourselves, not others. People can practice self care or tolerance skills. Or choose to not come here. Or choose to make half the posts more positive.

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-People with negative drug experiences, allergic reactions, bad side effects can't post in the general medication forum
-people with bad relationship experiences can't post in the general relationship forum
-people who lose their jobs shouldn't post in the work and careers forum
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I see both sides. I do not have an issue with there being a subforum if it makes people more comfortable yet I can also see how things can get lost or overlooked in the subforums.
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I am counting down when I see that this thread has been closed down. They always are.
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When a child’s emotional needs are not met and a child is repeatedly hurt and abused, this deeply and profoundly affects the child’s development. Wanting those unmet childhood needs in adulthood. Looking for safety, protection, being cherished and loved can often be normal unmet needs in childhood, and the survivor searches for these in other adults. This can be where survivors search for mother and father figures. Transference issues in counseling can occur and this is normal for childhood abuse survivors.
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moxiedoxie.. I have requested this thread to be closed.
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