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  • izaiza Posts: 402Member, Community champion Chatterbox
    Hi @DannyMoore,  yes go for it. 
    I like to read people's story. 


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  • LiamO_DellLiamO_Dell Posts: 719Member, Administrator Scope community team
    Please do, @DannyMoore - I'm looking forward to reading it!
    Liam
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  • izaiza Posts: 402Member, Community champion Chatterbox
    Hi @DannyMoore

    It is brave written story of life facing difficulties which end up with positive aspects for you. I think the philosophy of TaeKwonDo really brought lots of good changes in your life and helped you lots. 

    The most important in life is to know how to get on the right pathway back again once overcame the barriers and obstacles in life. 

    Many people when the crisis moments in life come stack in one point and carry on without perspectives for better further.  

    It is sad you went throughout lots of bad abusing experiences (which here in UK are quite common and touch lots of families at some point). 
    Until few years back I did not know even that such a word "abuse" does exist, not to mention that I even did not know what does it mean.
    I did not know that there are even different form of abuse (physical, emotional, psychological, financial and so on). 

    I always thought that kids who grow up in big families (where are sublings ) have great opportunities to be protected by older brothers or sisters from being harm in schools end so on. 

    On the other side in my school days no one talk about bulling. Perhaps we did not know the meaning of this word even if the bulling happened. 
    Todays, lots of people talk about it and kids are learnt at schools from early years what the words bullying and abuse really mean. The only thing I would underline is that children even if they know what abuse and bulling mean, they do not really know what to do and how to act and react to it. 

    I do understand your frustration as a child, which grew up with each bullings and as I know life to all action there is / or will be reaction at some point. 


    It is great you developed knowledge about your own medical condision and learnt how it affects yours emotion. 
    The question in mind I have is at what age have you been diagnose?
    If the diagnosis were given once you were  in primary school why Dr did not diagnose earlier? 


    I am glad you find yourself happy in church. 
    When I was 8 years old my religion teacher (female) said to us "it is not really  important in what you are believing but believe at least in something" 

    What she meant was that if you cannot believe in GOD believe at leas in yourself.
     
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  • izaiza Posts: 402Member, Community champion Chatterbox
    Hi @DannyMoore

    Thank you very much for such a quick respond. 
    I hope that children have a better chance to be diagnose earlier now as it would save them from going throughout dramatic life circumstances. 

    Well done to you for writing your personal life story. 
    I am not brave enough to share mine yet. 

    Have a great evening. 

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  • CockneyRebelCockneyRebel Posts: 3,874Member, Community champion Brian Blessed
    Thank you Danny
    I never understood what autism was. Having read your story I am keen to learn more.
    I  am so glad you have found your happy place, God be with you.

    Iza
    I would love to read your story when you are ready to tell it.

    CR
    Be all you can be, make  every day count. Namaste
  • ck1268ck1268 Posts: 7Member Listener
    My daughter has aspergers and she is only 9. she was diagnosed a few years ago. since birth she was always special and it became more obvious against her peers in nursery and school.she has repetative behaviours ocd anxiety the lot. at school she wasnt accepted and struggled even her teachers struggled. her peers were unkind and it got to the stage were at 8 she planned and tryed to escape school. headteacher was not amused and asked why she bought a skipping rope to school. i must admit firstly i stormed down the school deemanding how she had got out of the gates. at home she told me her plan and how she had been planning it for a week , she had watched the patterns of the dinner ladies and teachers and plotted from there. after many a failed discussion with the school i decided to home educate. she has gaINED WEIGHT AND LOOKS AT HER HEALTHIEST SINCE FOREVER. SHE IS LESS STRESSED AND WE APPROACH EDUCATION HOLISTICALLY. SHE IS INVOLVED IN HER LEARNING, WE CHOOSE WHEN AND WHERE. i hold so much sadness for those children who grew up in the school system. the education system only caters for the adverage child or those who are really badly behaved as it has to be adressed. my daughter was bullied unnoticed and a shadow of herself. she is such a wonderfull spirit, she may be different but then again maybe everyone else is abnormal and shes the normal lol.it has been a struggle but i think that she is on track. i am dreading secondary school as i feel i should give her the chance to try. her future is also a major worry for me , is there people who will accept her for her.
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  • izaiza Posts: 402Member, Community champion Chatterbox
    Hi @DannyMoore, thank you very much for explanation. Well done anyway.
  • izaiza Posts: 402Member, Community champion Chatterbox
    Hi @CockneyRebel, I already drafted over the page of my life story of becoming Trigeminal Neurophatic Pain Warrior. However, it is hard to share the story which has not got its "the end" chapter yet. The life needs to write the last sentences to it in coming time. Perhaps, then I can share it with everyone in more details. My story in general is very long story which started in November 2012. It is a story not only of becoming a Warrior due to atypical Trigeminal Neurophatic Facial Pain (also classified as suicide pain) but also a story of deep journey inside myself. I faced lots of difficult moments in my life for the last 5 years but the most painful was not being understood by family members and ex-partner. I become outsider and I needed to learn to socialise back again. My priorities also changed in life. I stopped worked due to my illness in private medical sector. Despite the fact that I liked my job and if not the illness I would make next steps in my carrier. On top of facing illness I am bring up my son. I faces many challenges and still face them too but I think I can stand up for myself and know how to act. I am afraid that I could go into more details to much at the moment but believe there were more days which brought rain then sunshine in last 5 years. Somebody said somewhere once that " Life is like learning to dance in rain" so I learnt my steps already. But I try to be the one who choose musics. That is all by now. Just to mention I am reading a book written by Robyn Schneider "The beginning of Everything" and I need to agree to this words " Every life no matter how small it is it has a tragic moment after which is happening all what is the most important" In my life the tragic moment definitely began by the end of 2012 so I do believe the most important is just in front of me. :) Otherwise somebody would need to explain what the life is for than.
  • ck1268ck1268 Posts: 7Member Listener
    Hi @DannyMoore  thankyou for your feedback 
    Im trying to understand. My daughter and im glad for the insight. What was it like for you at secondart school if i may ask?
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