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  1. We hear about people getting shorter episodes of PTSD after car accidents etc, but people who have suffered violent physical and or sexual abuse/ attack have an extraordinarily high chance of getting PTSD, personal trauma often leads to COMPLEX PTSD and should not be underestimated in it severity, especially in children. It's the bits highlighted in bold that made my hackles rise very slightly. PTSD after a car accident etc - who says that is likely to be a shorter episode? A greater chance rather than an extraordinarily high chance would be better. Mention of cPTSD whilst welcome (and I believe it would be a helpful start on differential diagnosis) isn't yet recognised as a separate illness by most experts. Please accept my comments as discussion not criticism ☺️
  2. Thanks for highlighting PTSD (as a sufferer the more widely people talk about it the better in my opinion). Is the bit of your post your thoughts or is it a quote from somewhere - just doesn't read correct to me when viewed in context with the rest of your post.
  3. Why single out the BBC? Where do the others get their money from?
  4. Really? That is about on par for believing the Brexit buss slogan.
  5. At least you tried even if some of the replies were not what you were expecting.
  6. Not surprising when read like that really.
  7. No no no no no.... We don't want to encourage fat couch potatoes or those suffering mild mental health problems from intruding into 'our' lovely spaces. Petition to stop the FC and CRT from advertising these places can be found HERE PS - the above is meant to be slightly sarcastic...
  8. If you moor up and go to the pub is the boat still being single handed?
  9. What about a bespoke 'share boat' agreement for limited time periods - would that be legit and what would the costs be. Talking about genuine friends/family solution rather than anything else underhand.
  10. This thread is political.
  11. If the EU elections are going to be viewed as a 'state of what the public think about Brexit' why not be open and have another referendum?
  12. There is a lot of recent history behind planting trees for profit and subsidies, look at parts of Caithness/Flow Country for an example of where things went wrong. I'd still much prefer to visit an ancient woodland than an ancient cathedral though.
  13. But, but, but... If we cut them down they won't turn into ancient oaks and over time there will be no ancient oaks left. 😛
  14. I'm not sure. Let the experts work out the least environmental consequences v cost v quickness and return the building to a place of worship asap - otherwise keep it as a tourist attraction. Just my opinion.
  15. And why not!... It's either a tourist attraction or a place of worship, if a place of worship why does it have to look pretty (Methodist upbringing coming out now...).
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