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hi all, and thanks for having me. my username (and indeed my title of this post) is a reffrence to the ancient underwater city- I have a big interest in any type of mythology, but mainly greek. 

 

well, you can all call me emily if you like. I am from the UK, and I joined this forum because.. well,, I don't have anyone. I was abused growing up, and the abuse has left a lasting impact on me both physically and emotionally. due to issues with pain, and with daily tasks, what I wanted for my life, and what I have in my life now, well they are 2 diferent things. I saw you have a health section on here, so I'll be using that.

 

I don't really know what else to say.. I'm quite shy about talking to people and creating threads. I said I like mythology, I also like listening to music, romance novels, comedy shows, soap operas..

 

I am hoping in time I will share more about myself and my questions, (I have loads of questions)

 

for now I think the best thing for me to do is brouze around and join in where I feel it appropriate

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Welcome to Trans Pulse, Atlantis/Emily.  Sorry to take so long for a reply.  First, let me say that it's nice to meet you, and you are welcome to look around the forums and post wherever you like.

 

Second, I am sorry for the abuse you endured growing up; that is a common thing among many of us, unfortunately.  But we are survivors, and a resilient bunch, and we rarely give up trying to survive and thrive.  We will do our very best to help you do just that.

 

HUGS

 

Carolyn Marie

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Welcome, Emily! Take your time getting to know the forums and us. You’ll find lots of information and many, many helpful and wonderful people here. And, when you’re ready, feel free to ask your questions. 

 

We’re happy that you found us.

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thank you for the nice welcome.

 

you have a really nice forum here and I'm going to spend some of today getting some of these forums on my watchlist

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13 hours ago, atlantis63 said:

I'm quite shy about talking to people and creating threads.

Hi Emily, It’s a pleasure to meet you. Many of us here are shy but once you get a few more posts under your proverbial belt, it may become second nature. This forum is probably one of the most open and nonjudgmental forums in our community. Thank you for taking that first step by introducing yourself and sharing some of your interests with us. I’m also fascinated by mythology, hidden, lost or unknown archaeology and technology, and really anything related to those topics. I hope to learn more about you and your journey thus far as you become more acclimated and if you’re willing to share. Glad you found us!

 

Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Hey Emily, I too am in the UK.  Not such a bad place eh.  I think of myself as pretty sorted but have earned so much from the lovely community here in the short time since I joined.  I hope you are able to reach out and find friendship.

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sure the UK isn't bad is it?

it's been nice weather for this time of year. I liked it at first, but a bit relieved it is cooling down now. 

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