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Horneto

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Hello anyone.

This is the first time i have gone "public" so I'm not sure of the protocol.

I'm a biker, erm, that's it really.

I'm having trouble getting over the stuff I did before I was diagnosed. It eats me me up. I jump all the time at creeper memories and feel guilt at the pettiest things.

Apart from that I'm quite chipper really. : )
 
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Chipper eh well welcome to the forum and I hope you find it a helpful place to be
KS:welcome:
 
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Hi Horneto

Welcome to the forum, I hope you find it a really useful place. There are lots of members on here who are happy to give support and advice.

So your a biker, thats good. What types of bike do you ride?? I used to have a bike, but decided a prefered a more cosy journey in the car:redface:. My father kept the bike tradition going in our house and rides a Triumph thunderbird 900 and a Daytona 900. He is really into his bike.

Take care and keep posting.

Jo X
 
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Horneto

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Hi Horneto

Welcome to the forum, I hope you find it a really useful place. There are lots of members on here who are happy to give support and advice.

So your a biker, thats good. What types of bike do you ride?? I used to have a bike, but decided a prefered a more cosy journey in the car:redface:. My father kept the bike tradition going in our house and rides a Triumph thunderbird 900 and a Daytona 900. He is really into his bike.

Take care and keep posting.

Jo X
Thanks mate. I'm riding a Hornet 600 at the moment. Sorry I'm quite down at the moment and not really articulate. riding is the only time I don't feel much.
 
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Its good that you find riding a relief, even if it is unfortunately only a short term solution. Thats a nice bike, I am sure its good fun to ride.

Take care of yourself and I hope things improve for you soon.

Jo X
 
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Horneto

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Its good that you find riding a relief, even if it is unfortunately only a short term solution. Thats a nice bike, I am sure its good fun to ride.

Take care of yourself and I hope things improve for you soon.

Jo X
Thanks mate. You too.
 
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I dont think even Google has enough space to store the stuff some of us have done .... before and after diagnosis,... :innocent:

Prsonaly I can be a real idiot ....:evil:.. (y).... :p


.... boB ... :welcome:
 
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Horneto

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I dont think even Google has enough space to store the stuff some of us have done .... before and after diagnosis,... :innocent:

Prsonaly I can be a real idiot ....:evil:.. (y).... :p


.... boB ... :welcome:

Thanks Bob. You made me smile with that.
 
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