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Offline kalimah

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« on: April 08, 2002, 09:56:00 PM »
well..
my sister found this site and its links last week
kinda propelled me to a time and place thats been
barriccaded with some heavy duty hard won defences

compelled to reply anyway
to make my presence known
my incarceration  began 9/17/85 (a foodie?? what the fuck
was that about )
i escaped  with the assistance of  a bottle of tylenol
that almost killed me xmas of 86
17 months  ...ouch

alive, usually well in the east village of nyc
performing artist, pilates instructor, political activist
havent been feeling so well since my recollection
yet i think? it will pass, this sorrow, this rage, ive learned
almost successfully to ignore.
i guess that i am thinking this now
because hope is a useful and precious commodity
naive tthough it may be

my name is missing from the list of names
(Debbie St*m*s)
this did not entirely surprise me because despite
the fact that i did not become outrightly "rebellious"
seeing quite clearly how that would eventually
lead to becoming broken,
i never the less could not lie successfully enough
to be accepted by the "group"

whatever..right
by the way , Andrew D*y is really Andrea
and there was Chrissy Ll**d and that girl
Muriel ??? who had ravaged fingernails.

Tracey Br**ns death saddens me deeply
and i am interested in knowing how the RIPs
ended up RIP

Question: Has anyone been entirely successful
in  forgiving their parents?
deb
i originally posted this on the old list-
noticed there was a new list-
decided to cut and paste it here as well
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Offline Dave L 4/85-9/86

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« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2002, 01:47:00 AM »
Hey Debbie,
I remember you.  You know that guy John St*m*s?  I always wondered if you were related.
-Dave L
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« Reply #2 on: October 26, 2002, 07:17:00 PM »
organizes train parties. Reading your story. is this why you've had trouble developing romantic relationships? You lett one of the best things slip through your fingers. i would say it in Greek, but only one of us speaks the language.
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« Reply #3 on: October 26, 2002, 09:04:00 PM »
Hey Debbie I remember you , you were a real tall girl with dark hair right ?I believe so.
I think the first time you went home they made me your new comer.I`m Katie Reid , by the way. I like to say hello to people I remember.You might not remember me,I came in 9/6/86 and did not leave till 6/8/91.I had just turned 14 when I came in.And I had a brother Bobby in there as well.

Anyway sounds like your having fun with what your doing and living in the city.That`s great !It`s good to hear your okay.

Take care and be well,
Katie
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« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2002, 01:12:00 PM »
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« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2002, 07:42:00 PM »
Got an e-mail from you. Deleted without reading. Sorry, I'm not interested.
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« Reply #6 on: November 04, 2002, 07:55:00 AM »
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On 2002-04-08 18:56:00, kalimah wrote:

Question: Has anyone been entirely successful

in  forgiving their parents?

deb


I think my parents were victimized like we were, in thier own way, so yes, my parents and I have a somewhat difficult relationship, but none of it stems from what happened in KIDS.

On the bright side, angela and I now have a kidlet (Dillon Christopher Lynch, b 10/25/2002), so my parents have been spending lots more time with us, and I think its all on the total mend.
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