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Old 10-05-2008, 04:10 AM   #9
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Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: I left the US, and now live in South Korea.
Posts: 5
Default Re: Safe Places in South Korea

Hello everyone!

I have spoken to mbowie361 and larissarissa on the phone about next weekend. We all agree that meeting each other face-to-face would be a good idea. I know just talking to other aware people gave me a sense of comfort and validation.

Sometimes I feel so alone with the knowledge, especially when most people I try to discuss things with put up walls of denial. I am very careful who I talk to now, for fear of being labeled something negative.

I am interested in discussing ways to improve the life of other people. Possibly a way to inform my family members and others in a non-shocking way, so as not to lose their trust and respect. At the same time, spreading the information to make a difference in the world.

As it is now, I am not in a hurry to go back to the US. Most people I know avoid discussing to issues, much less, a way to make changes.

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