I was just thinking last night about all the nice people on this site and the helpful comments and informative discussions we have had over the last while.
Not that long ago I had a 15 year old son (8yrs ago) who spent his life on the computer, playing games and chatting etc (well I did'nt really know what he was doing) He did'nt seem to be as sociable as my two daughters and spent long hours on the computer. When we used to go out on a Saturday night, the girls would be busy, but there he was there all night on that damn computer. How we worried about him! I was always saying, you need to get out and make three dimensional friends! Anyway, long years have passed, and god why did I worry? He went to Art College, doing animation & film (still doing it!), met his own types of person (non sporty) and has'nt looked back, literally. He has more friend & a better social life than anyone, DJ's in clubs around city etc. Now here I am on my lap top chatting away with 'one dimensional friends' (no offence intended) but how wrong was I???
I have two points really firstly I just did'nt understand social networking then and secondly, if you have a child that is quieter than most, try not to worry hopefully they will find there own level in the end.
Hope the above makes sense, I may be Irish but I'm no James Joyce in the writing dept.
Ps. Had hand injection tday, went well, if bit stingy, could see on xray my bony hand & needle going in - live show! Best injections are done on camera, before I realised this had some horrific shoulder ones!!
Oh yeah, guy doing it said damage was only visible on MRI & not xrays!!!!!!