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Problem Solving Booths.

Discussion in 'Therapy' started by janemariesayed, Jul 23, 2017.

  1. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    There was a piece of interesting news I watched on the telly this morning. In London, a few people have set up what they call a problem solving booth.

    They have set up a canopy and a few chairs in a park with hand written signs tied onto the trees. There is a Clinical psychologist on hand in case they are needed but the encouragement is for people to talk together.

    Anyone who passes is sitting down under the canopy to either listen to other peoples problems or to talk about their own. The news reporter was asking if the general public would trust a complete stranger to tell them their innermost secrets and woes.

    If it is successful, the Government plans to set up these booths all across the UK.

    What do you think? Do you think that these booths are a good idea and would you trust a complete stranger with your problem solving?
     
  2. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    Not to get off subject but, I reat in time magazine today that woman all across the UK are being attacked by acid. They are throwing the acid in there faces and running off... is this true? Or are they just blowing hot air?
     
  3. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    It is true. Apparently, there have been over 400 cases of it. They have changed the law now and the aggressor gets a harsher term in prison. Our news will not report too much on it though. When we are attacked the news is kept quiet. When we attack them it is emblazoned all over the news. Our young teens are being raped by muslims on the way to school and it isn't being reported. The fathers are punching the aggressors and the fathers are being arrested while the aggressors are walking free. Something strange going on here?

    The problem is that they are not telling us who is doing the attacks. People on motorcycles are throwing it over both Christians and muslim people. They have arrested a few people but they are not revealing who they are. There have been other acid attacks recently from people riding motor bikes in Zanzibar. They attacked two English teenage girls. So I think I have a good idea who is doing it, even if my Government want to keep it quiet. Everything my ex-husband (who was muslim and Egyptian) told me is coming to pass. It is all happening.

    While I was in Egypt the foreign girls were being attacked by the muslims on motorbikes. Also in cars. I was run off the side of the sidewalk by one driving a car and left for dead. They were doing it a lot. The plan is to make us too afraid to go out. It is working. I don't go out now. When I was in Egypt the muslim brotherhood was attacking their own people and blaming it on the Christians. They were blowing up mosques and blaming it on the Christians.

    Sorry to say but there will be more of this type of thing happening across the globe now. It will get worse. prepare for it in your own country too. This subject is one of the problems I have agoraphobia now. It is why I came to live in the far part of the UK where there are fewest of that religion. I cannot tell you everything I've been told to beware of on here. Our freedom of speech has been taken away by the authorities. All I can tell you is to keep your head down and be vigilant for the next decade.

    This is all a plan, Hun. It is all orchestrated. I'm sure you have heard of the Georgian Guidestones and the OWO?
     
  4. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    Wow. That's not cool. I hope that it doesn't get that bed here. I am sorry your going through this.
     
  5. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    Screenshot_2017-07-25-14-02-07-1.png this is part of that article I read.
     
  6. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    Isn't it such a shame. I hear it is happening all over the world more and more. I'm glad that the UK has said it deserves a life sentence. They are saying that it is a lethal weapon and are forbidding the carrying of it. It seems to be happening on both sides now. I'm so glad I am not part of this war.
     
  7. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    I wouldn't be a part of the war either. It's so damn stupid. The while thing is. And illegal to carry acid.... that should be common sense. Freaking common sense . This situation infuriates me. You shouldn't have to live in such a horrific situation. I don't blame you for not going outside right now. I mean.... come on!
     
  8. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    My ex hubs told me about a lot that is going to happen. The thing is there are some Christian people here who are fighting back. It is being done both ways. One Christian man was put in prison for throwing water over a muslim and making them think it was acid. I've had it drummed into me what they are going to do and the thing is the lion fights back when he is under attack. We don't have the authorities on our side either. It is going to get nasty everywhere. This is why I'm getting PTSD at the moment. How they are running people off the street with their vehicles, that happened to me in Egypt. They all told me over there what the plan is to take control of the west then the uprising happened so I came back to the UK for safety. But it isn't safe. I hate it when I am at a bus station or a public area I get so scared that someone is going to do something terrible. It has made me a bit paranoid I suppose.
     
  9. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    Here is another attack that has taken place.

    Sky News - 29 July 2017
    A man has been charged following an acid attack in east London which left two people with "life-changing" injuries.
    Rahad Hussain, 23, of no fixed address, has been charged with two counts of wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm and one count of possession of an offensive weapon, namely acid.
    He is due to appear in custody at Thames Magistrates Court today.
    The two male victims, aged 23 and 24, were taken to hospital after what police described as a noxious substance was thrown at them on Tuesday.

    Best to stay home I think! :D
     
  10. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    Thank god someone is being punished. These two should be used as an example to deter anybody else from this hanous crine. You stay safe .
     
  11. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    I expect to stay safe but that is only because I rarely go out. I think more will happen as time goes on. These two victims were male so it doesn't seem that gender is a reason for these attacks.
     
  12. Concernedgal

    Concernedgal Well-Known Member

    It's usually the woman that is victimized. So, I guess that's. A little of a relief for you that it's not a certain gender being targeted.
     
  13. janemariesayed

    janemariesayed Junior Member

    No, it is not gender. It is religion, and both sides are using it. Also, there are some Muslim women who are attacked by their own families for wanting to be western rather than their own culture. They have arranged marriages which the UK don't allow so it has caused a problem. My heart goes out to them, it must be so frightening to go through, think how anxious they must be to live with that stress.
     

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