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A little further down the road

Flipin9
Flipin9

You know when things are better when you can crack a smile. I live in a place with four blocks. Mainly for short term housing. Iss my worker put out further down the road than some around me.

Three are moments when it is frustrating.. I just sometimes lose my temper with what is going on. I start shouting. F off extra.

To be honest I find other people frightening a lot of the time.

What is the right attitude for people who are a bit behind you in terms of. Keeping myself safe( don't want to be used"and trying to constructive.

We are all adults. So what attitude should I have. When all about me are losing there heads.

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Flipin

Keep your own Council if you are concerned regards those people around you. In the future you may find some people around you or you could just say hello or similar. I am quite happy to just say hello or give a wave if they pass in a car.

We are in a different situation her yes we have some people nearby although our cottage is detached from those around us. The problem if you become lonely can be a problem although everyone these days needs trust and that can be in short supply

BOB

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to borderriever

Thank you borderriever, being a female...even saying hello. Leafs to confusion for people more I'll than me. But thanks cause it's nice reminder about being lonely and finding things outside of my living situation that might break loneliness.

Find grateful people and people that love life and have hope. Someone to support you. Or you can be independent and keep to yourself - and enjoy your own company. All is possible and doable. Try to enjoy life. Try to improve yourself with educational subject pinterest or youtube just google😍

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to Indieabc

Thanks to you also. I play BASS guitar. Express myself on the drums. Read and in all these explore myself. Definitely not my navel though. I have recently bought a trike recumbent cycle. Part 1 , was living on a strict budget to pay for it second hand. Part2 was to find one and buy it. Part 3 was to get it to where I live by courier. Because of the restrictions. Part 4, was back on the budget to insure it. Part5 is to by myself sort it out for riding fit for m. Thank you again for such a positive messag.e.

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to Indieabc

Trying to out do led zeppelin's John Bonhamn's version of rock and roll at the moment on drums . It's a very tricky beat I have choose so can only manage 1 minuet at it but I can apply myself and will attain it for longer. It'

Indieabc
Indieabc in reply to Flipin9

Very impressive music ability - I do not have musical ear but enjoy radio - and I listen to talk back radio show LBC here in UK or enjoy late night comedy to cheer myself up

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to Indieabc

Dear Idieabc,Wow, I listen a lot to the radio to. For me it's dab, radio 6.;I find that on the whole, the DJ's are like my friend's. It is an eclectic radio station, with each individual DJ's persona. I also like doing two things at once, reading and radio as a kind of blocker, to other intrusions. Other wise I do the full headphones volume thing and read or a play along with my bass or drums. The radio is my friend.

Indieabc
Indieabc in reply to Flipin9

A little girl was singing for charity, an operation for brain tumour cancer patient and wonderful gift she could do this for her friend- amazing talent to have - you can do so many things!

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to Indieabc

Dear Idieabc,There are two poems,

The Desarata, and if by Rudyard kipling. The paragraph for Desarata where it says heroism everywhere

If for me by Mr kipling. I try to read before something important. Desarata keeps me grounded in the

Good in the world

Flipin9
Flipin9 in reply to Indieabc

Dear Indieabc,Just sent a reply to myself, that was meant for you. Just checking in to say Drums , applying myself. How about you?

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