or homeless childhood experiences. Just curious because someone suggested you are never alone and people have "common" problems. Of course that is just the beginning. Not generally having PTSD issues anymore but I found the statement a generalization and isolation seems a most healing tool against ignorance. My past will always be, and it generally will not mesh with people however as long as people do their job at work (otherwise I tend to be the workhorse and try to stay focused - almost considering me offering personal speech is rather their punishment as it seems to create cognitive dissonance in people). So I isolate and I do not care. Plus the fact I recently escaped abusive situations to an ungodly level including stalkers. Anyhow, I do not want to share more and I am not looking for stories of depth because the stories frankly do not really help in detail personally I feel. Just testing her theory but she was not speaking to me directly anyhow. Just saying one size does not fit all is a true statement. Despite this I acknowledge the truly limiting factors -of isolation but the story is so repulsive, and ridiculous I understand why people would like to believe it is not true and I also think its so ridiculous it has broken almost all faith in all systems but my own arms, wish they were stronger but its what I have and thus far I am still alive.