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wolfbane
Posted on: Apr 3 2004, 05:47 PM


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*hugs*

Might be a bit late replying to this, but I know exactly how you feel. You just have to keep in mind that those feelings/thoughts/paranoias do pass sooner or later. It sounds like you're on the right track with changing jobs and stuff, so just hang in there smile.gif
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 29 2004, 05:45 PM


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Cool, shall see if I can get to the stag do's then...
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 26 2004, 07:08 PM


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Ok, I want (or have) all of those in the poll, and I want more - bridge piercing, surface neck piercing and what almost looks like grafting - large pieces of metal covering parts of my back, to link in with a tattoo deisgn I want...should be getting my left eyebrow done twice and also my nipple next week.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 26 2004, 07:05 PM


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Hey SPS, yup, dodgy internet access meant I couldn't get on the net much, but I've moved yet again so now I'm back.

Only thing is 15 May is my friend's birthday which means I'm not going to be able to come...for the third time in a row. Oh flipping heck!!
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:47 PM


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Yay I'm a vague remembrance! lol

Nice to be back.

And Lo, a prude? Never

*runs naked through the forum*
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:46 PM


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I've probably posted about this on here before, but figured I may as well add my tuppence worth.

To begin with (and this isn't aimed at anyone) I hate the term 'self-mutilation'. To begin with that's normally used by people who don't SI (self-inujre) and is really negative. Ok, most people may not like the idea of physically causing harm to yourself, but labelling it negatively only serves to reinforce the prejudices against it and make those who do it want to hide it more.

As to why I SI, it's for a number of reason - it's helps me deal with emotions better; any excess of emotion, be it good or bad, is not something I deal with very wel, and so causing myself pain helps me relieve some of that. it also plays a big part in making me feel. All too often I'm numb, emotionless, almost dead to all feeling. Cutting/burning/starving, whatever I do at the time helps bring myself back to realityit almost grounds me in real life in a way that I can function properly.

There are of course a hell of a lot more complicated reasons behind it, but I'm tired and can't type properly so will it explain it in more detail if anyone wants me to.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:38 PM


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Well I'm wolf, I'm talking_to_faeries sister and I'm currently living in Bath though I'm from Aberdare originally.

I'm a writer, though I'm working at a call centre to save up money to go back to uni in a year or so. I've got 12 piercings, 3 tattoos and blue hair at the moment, though that's more than likely going to change in the next week or so! I'm a fairly friendly person, though possibly slightly odd...hope to speak to you all soon.

*bites to all*
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:34 PM


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Yes, especially posting small mamals. And spoons...
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:29 PM


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*smiles*

S'ok - that's the dangers of posting at the same time. But you know what they say - great minds think alike, or somthing like that!
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:28 PM


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I missed the first, and the second, but I want to come to the third! Let me know when and where and if I'm in the country this time I'll be there.

And stag do? Inky?? Dera god how long have I been gone for??
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:25 PM


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Thanks Lo, how've you been? Still stripping in the chat?? Oh I miss doing that. I'm hoping to be on here a lot more. Though I've just read about Dayan...trying to hold back the tears. Jesus...
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:19 PM


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I...I don't know what to say.

I wish I'd been around more, I wish I'd got to know Dayan better, I wish there was something I could have done so he'd have known he wasn't alone...

I'm so sorry guys - everyone who knew him better than I did...I'm sorry

*hugs*
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 10:08 PM


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*waves back like a mad wavy thing*
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wolfbane
Posted on: Mar 25 2004, 09:54 PM


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Hello all, don't know how many of you remember me as I haven't been on here for ages, but I have the internet again (after a very sporadic connection for over 6 months, grrrr) and I'm back!

Hope you're all well - this place has changed lots since I was last here! Hope to catch up with some of you soon...
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:57 AM


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No, an atheist can practice a form of worship, they just don't believe in a god or gods (or goddesses), which I don't. A quote from www.infidels.org:

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Atheism is characterized by an absence of belief in the existence of gods. This absence of belief generally comes about either through deliberate choice, or from an inherent inability to believe religious teachings which seem literally incredible. It is not a lack of belief born out of simple ignorance of religious teachings.

Some atheists go beyond a mere absence of belief in gods: they actively believe that particular gods, or all gods, do not exist. Just lacking belief in Gods is often referred to as the "weak atheist" position; whereas believing that gods do not (or cannot) exist is known as "strong atheism".


So it's possible to have Christian atheists, Hindu atheists and pagan atheists. It's fine to believe in the practices, just don't believe in the deity.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:43 AM


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I don't believe in an afterlife in the Christian concept. I believe in karma and rebirth as in the Buddhist concept, and I guess then that I don't believe in a soul. Human beings are a collection of parts - bones, skin, muscle, etc. and the title 'human' is a name given to this collection to make it easier to understand. I believe the same to be true of 'souls'. if you think about it, as people we are constantly changing. There are always new things to be learnt, new experiences to be had. The person I am today isn't the same person I was yesterday, or ten years ago. Using that idea then, how can you say a soul exists? Surely whatever makes up the soul is also changing, and so can't be one 'material' idea?

From what I've seen so far humans have consciousness, which separates us from inanimate objects. We also have intelligence which (some would argue) separates us from the animal world - we are sentient beings who can take responsibility for our actions, but how can we know that this consciousness is the same as a soul? We can't. What we percieve to be moral choices, obligations, responsibilities - the basis for our belief in a soul, may be no more than the impositions of society on us from an early age.

As a human construct (like time or love) I think that the soul may exist, but as an actual thing...I don't.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:36 AM


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I'm an atheist, and have been for years. I study and practice some basic tenents of Buddhism and Paganism, but purely because they agree with my own principles and ideas of spirituality, morality, whatever you want to call it. I do have issues with some aspects of Christianity, but then I also have issues with some aspects of Judaism, Hinduism, and most other religions. I think at the end of the day it comes down to what works best for you, whether it be organised religion, your own practices or nothing at all.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:32 AM


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I'm with everyone who agrees that voicing opinions is fine, attacking someone else for not agreeing with you isn't. Everyone does it, or has done it, to some extent or another, whether IRL or on the boards, but from the places I've been I think this site is a lot more mature than others I've been on, which is a good thing.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:28 AM


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I don't think I have any regrets on the forum. I don't think I've got enough posts to have anything to regret on the forum! lol

I do have a couple of RL regrets - letting one of my best friends slip away from me is one. It's kinda like Sarah's regret in a way - I was head over heels for him, and we were best friends, then we just kinda started getting less close, and then last year he started going out with another one of my friends and I haven't spoken to him properly since May...he lives 5 minutes walk down the road.

I also regret going out with someone, mainly because of the way it ended. It could have been handled a lot better both on my part and his, but I suppose I'm not the one being childish about it now...

Oh well, c'est la vie.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Aug 1 2003, 08:16 AM


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Just to let you all know that I'm moving house today so will be off line for a bit. Hopefully we'll have got the new connection sorted out by Monday, so I won't be gone for long, but just in case any of you think I've done something...'stupid'...I haven't! lol

See you in a few days.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Jul 30 2003, 04:07 PM


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I'm kinda with Lo on the pros/cons thing. Mine are just too big and they really bug me. My boyf seems quite happy with them, but then he's a guy.

Thing is if you've ever done horse-riding and you've tried to do sitting trot without wearing a really good sports bra, and you have big boobs, it's really, really uncomfortable. And it sucks.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Jul 30 2003, 03:47 PM


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Gah that sucks. *mutters something about the justice system*

Hope you're ok though Deb.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Jul 29 2003, 09:56 PM


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That must have been a really big closet! I can't imagine anyone going down on anyone in the wardrobe I've got in my room.
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wolfbane
Posted on: Jul 29 2003, 09:55 PM


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I always killed mine really quickly....the ultimate goth! lol
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wolfbane
Posted on: Jul 29 2003, 09:30 PM


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Oh dear. Poor, poor people. I really can't think of anything else to say about that!!
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