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Kathlene

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Kathlene last won the day on November 12 2010

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About Kathlene

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    Australia
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    I love reading, music, walking hanging out with friends and family.

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    cant be known

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  1. Knock knock! who's there?

  2. I cried laughing the first time I ever saw WTF. I don't swear so I never use it, but I still find it humourous. I have never once told anyone at work that I don't swear, or don't like it, but for some weird reason people get apologetic around me when they do it. It amuses me. Once my boss was about to say WTF and instead said What the....firetruck. I couldn't stop laughing, and even now it cracks me up. I think I only understood about three of the abbreviations in this thread so far. Im still laughing over Living Lifes AFAIK muslim comment.
  3. This is what I don't understand. Christians say the Bible is truth, its God's word, etc...have faith. Well how do we determine if anything is true in life? We look at the evidence and declare it is true based on those answers. So this is what I don't understand. We are being asked to accept something by faith as true, not based on evidence at all except the bible is true ( so says the christians). When I make my decisions in life I base it on evidence, not by faith now. Will I be able to pay my bills? Yes, by working hard and getting a job. It doesn't take faith to make those decisions
  4. I am 38 getting closer to 39, grrr. I was married, and had a child who turned 18 a week or so ago. I have raised him all on my own. I became a born again christian when my marriage broke up when my son was 18mnths old. I only left it a year or so ago now. I finished college (highschool) for you guys, and worked for a while, then stopped to raise my son for 10 or so years. Then I got into childcare, and now I am working fulltime in an office job. I have no political leanings whatsover. I am an Aussie. I am hoping my son will go through university. I grew up in poverty with a single
  5. Hiya Blackpuddin, Im an Aussie too! Welcome to the site. Its great around here. :))

  6. I am so excited, I got a new job today, hooray!!

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    2. noob

      noob

      I'm happy for you, Kathlene!

    3. oddbird1963

      oddbird1963

      That's excellent Kathlene! Great news!

    4. Super FZL

      Super FZL

      Oh, well played! Managerial!

  7. I read a christian site for married couples and their sex lives. It is one of the things that has truly shown me that christians are no different to non christians. I feel so sad for some of these people who didn't find out until into marriage how demented their partners were with sex, or who had no interest in it at all. Some of them even share their sexual anxiety, which sounds very similar to stories on here about how repressed they were, and then suddenly they can have sex, but still feel so repressed with it.
  8. Sorry I don't know if there are any support groups in Australia. I am in Canberra. I enjoy your posts!

  9. Welcome to the forums fellow Aussie! What part of Oz are you from? There are a few of us in here from Oz.:))

  10. I feel a sense of community on this forum. I love reading about all your lives on here, and how I face similar situations. I love getting to know you all. Even though we are all on opposite sides of the world, I still feel a part of something in here.
  11. Carpal tunnel surgery went well, I have to use left hand for a while! How come no-one ever seems to be in chat these days?

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    2. par4dcourse

      par4dcourse

      I had both hands done (seperately) a while ago. Benefits are worth the hassle.

    3. Margee

      Margee

      Glad it went well hon!

    4. stryper

      stryper

      here's to a quick recovery

       

  12. Par, I'm so sorry for your loss. (hugs)
  13. Ok Im going to stick my foot in it. I really enjoyed this article. There are some men out there who never change nappies (diapers), who do bugger off all weekend and leave the mother alone to be with the kids. Some men don't realise that mothers need time out too. I hate it when men strut around and think they are some sort of amazing creature if they look after the children for a few hours, as though they are doing an amazing feat. Hello its not childcare, you are actually the parent! I have no respect whatsover for those men who have no idea about their kids lives, or don't take the
  14. Yeah, I'm pretty truthful that way too. Just to play devil's advocate, why is telling the truth a higher value than sparing someone their feelings or avoiding unnecessary conflict? Just for instance. Ok here's a truth for ya, having your feelings hurt or having to deal with conflict will not kill you. It may even teach you to question yourself further or be accountable in some way you were not before. At the risk of getting my ass kicked why on earth are you americans so afraid of conflict or anything that will actually cause you to question your motives or deal with "negative"
  15. I remember the times as a christian having those exact same dreams! Wow, I would fight with the devil and feel immobilised and have to say the name Jesus. Oddly enough since I have left I have never had those sorts of dreams again. Isn't it fascinating that a lot of us around here have had those sorts of dreams. I can agree with others that we probably set it up in our subconscious by what we were taught as christians. I haven't had any clear dreams like those old ones yet. I am interested to know if I ever will again, and what will happen in them.
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