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Name: Doug
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Hometown: Tn
Home country: USA
Current location: Tn
Member since: Fri May 18, 2018, 04:38 PM
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NO! Fuck this!

Know






im new here,but just read this
1 the actual"talks" dont begin for 2 hours yet.....
FUCK THIS MAN< FLY BLACK HELICOPTERS OVER MY HOUSE!
I SERVED MY COUNTRY IN MILITARY, DID YOU? FUCK THIS MAN.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/officials-mulling-final-preparations-trump-kim-summit-042059480--politics.html

yes . HE IS TALKING OF LEAVING EARLY( BEFORE MEET STARTS)!!

edited for my anger ,, I am new,,still need to learn to control the "dark side" Hans would say

Im new here and can finally post some pics

of My life and my girl! They said she would not see 20 years when she was born, she just turned 30 on May 24th and she and her mother are my whole world. I just thought maybe we needed to go away from politics for a sec and be people. TY all DU family for indulging me

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Oh yeah,, I sing a bit and made a CD for her,

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Please Don't feel guilty.

I have been lurking in the halls of DU for a while. But, you're story moved me to register and reply.
I have worked in mental health field for years, primarily as full disclosure because I adopted a mentally challenged young lady 7 years ago, who is my world.

Tess put me into the professional world of mental health care, which I worked in for 6 years now, one of the biggest obstacles we deal with is guilt as you are having from family. It is normal.
We as professionals in my case have worked through this many times. My advice to you would be, accept the guilt, ( at some point as I am 57 yo now, I will not be able to care for Tess and will have to do same). Then, and this is big, become part of his life with the professionals, your brother is not gone, he has just gained a trained support group that can make his life so much better. Please be a part of that.

Your decision appears to be right and I am proud of you to have the strength to make it. We will keep you in our thoughts!

PS Enjoy all the DU forums and thoughts and discussions. Hope my little 10 cents of experience can help backtoblue

Koz
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