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Well, that depends on whether I have the money on hand to pay moving expenses and cover the costs of setting up a new home. I want warm weather, but not high humidity and a place htat'os hurricane-prone. That leaves out Florida.Where would you want to live instead?
I, personally, do not believe in the abduction phenomenon as a real experience, but 'some'thing is happening to the people who make the claim and it needs to be addressed and researched seriously. And when I say 'seriously' I do mean without the ridicule. I believe professional therapists and psychiatrists should at least start off listening to the abductee and taking all of their claims and history seriously, and following up on them. Steps should be taken on behalf of the abductee... video camera's installed, the abductee should be given a complete workup on physical and sexual state. They should be given a psychological evaluation along with research into family psychological history as well. They should also be treated with respect and care, just like any other patient or client....
I am not sure what abductions are or how much of them is a real physical manifestation but abductees suffer more then people with more typical forms of trauma, because they very often have to suffer alone without any support because they are afraid of ridicule. Even if they go to a therapist (and there are a lot of bad therapists out there) how comfortable do they feel desclosing this or how oftenis it misdiagnosed. ...
I'm only here because the cost of living is low. I miss California (my homeland) desperately but I have been priced out of living there. Of course, I could live there if I wanted to sacrifice having a nice home, reasonable gas and grocery prices and wanted to return to 3 hour commutes.I'm very tempted to move from Arizona. Just have to figure out where and how to raise the money to move.
Except for the summer months, the weather is fantastic. Beware! Your mind has probably softened the horrible memories of snow, ice and freezing cold that much of the USA faces about 4-6 months out of the year.Long story. Not sure how close you are to me, but you know this is a crummy home in a crummy neighborhood. The last few years out here haven't been too pleasant, so maybe it's time for a change. 'Nuff said.
This one was my favorite:i spat my tea out reading this lol
Why did you pull a quote from me without acknowledging it as such?I realized that when I posted my first comments on this subject that it might have been better to just stick to reading. I haven't read enough. But of what I've read so far, I'm convinced that people are being abducted. I realize that for some people they may be suffering sleep paralysis.
The best response is a methodical study to see what they find, whoever does it. But if we supposedly can't trust the witness to relate an experience then why are we trusting anything anyone here says, aren't we all twice removed from the the subject. To conclude that someone's been sexually abused even though they are not saying this themselves is to convenience yourself with a solution (you, meaning all of us). I'm just not comfortable imposing my idea's on someone. In fact, isn't that what folks here say hypnosis does? Imposes the alien idea?Interesting that most of the votes favor solutions other than ET-based.
For someone listening to this from another, as has been said here many times, they should seek help to make sure they haven't been abused. But having has first hand experience as a "listener" to someone describing their experience, they were adamant it was not human related. This didn't automatically have me saying aliens in agreement but it stopped me from wanting to label it sexual (human) abuse. Another source that adds to the discussion is Kathleen Marden's book, where a couple claim abduction while driving. And though the memories including being examined by aliens, neither stated it was sexual abuse from humans. I'm just hesitant to make someone a rape victim if their not, it somehow makes this whole thing more confusing.What if the subject describes being sexually involved and/or attacked by supposed aliens or hybrids? What do we make of that?
What if the subject describes being sexually involved and/or attacked by supposed aliens or hybrids? What do we make of that?