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What are some activities for healing?
Where are some peaceful places to go?
Where to restore faith in humanity?

Tried volunteer work and met kind and compassionate ppl, but felt worse on and off because if only I met one of these ppl in the early stage of my life.

Anything gd reminds me of sth bad, and anythg bad reminds me of sth bad.
Dunno where to seek solace.

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Chit Chat Corner / What do you do when you are heartbroken
« on: September 04, 2019, 11:07:26 pm »
To reduce the heartbrokenness and inability to breathe  :(

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Chit Chat Corner / Why didn't you woo your college crush
« on: July 05, 2019, 11:34:47 pm »
 ??? But only actively watch her social media a decade plus later when she gt hitched

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Chit Chat Corner / How many scammers are there in this news story?
« on: May 30, 2019, 03:37:11 am »
SINGAPORE - A part-time English teacher met a man online and he convinced her into allowing $50,030 to be deposited into her bank account.

The man, known only as Collins, did not tell Christina Cheong Yoke Lin that the money was the proceeds of a love scam perpetrated on another woman.

Cheong felt suspicious but did not alert the police when he told her to pass $50,000 to "one of his boss' associates".

Instead, she ignored Collins' instructions and decided to keep the money for herself. The 63-year-old Singaporean pleaded guilty on Wednesday (May 29) to dishonestly misappropriating the cash.

The court heard that she knew Collins through an online dating platform, Badoo, in early August 2017. She told him that she was in debt and he then asked if she would allow his boss' associates to make use of her bank accounts.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Ng Jun Chong said: "Collins explained that the accused could take $500 out of each transaction and bring the rest of the money to Johor Baru, Malaysia.

"After asking why the money could not be paid directly into his boss' account, and if she would get into trouble for carrying 'lots of money', the accused agreed to 'try out' the arrangement."

The court heard that a 54-year-old victim of a love scam transferred $50,030 to Cheong's bank account on Aug 17, 2017. Collins then told Cheong to pass $50,000 to one of his boss' associates but she decided to keep the money.

DPP Ng said: "From Aug 18 until Aug 27, 2017, Collins asked the accused repeatedly about the money but the accused kept making excuses and ignoring his WhatsApp voice calls.

"Finally, on Aug 27, 2017, Collins fell out with the accused and called her a 'thief' via WhatsApp... Thereafter, the accused ignored several WhatsApp messages and voice calls from Collins before blocking him."

On Aug 21, 2017, Cheong transferred $31,000 to a Malaysian bank account as she wanted to help another man with whom she was in love with.

However, the man, known only as Mark Anthony, was also a scammer who had told her that he was purportedly detained by the Malaysian authorities.

The DPP said: "As for the remaining $19,000, from Aug 18 to Sept 4 , 2017, the accused spent $1,000 on her own expenses and transferred the remainder to various foreign bank accounts over several occasions pursuant to the instructions of one 'Chong Lee', who had promised to give the accused $800,000 for her help as part of an inheritance scam."

Cheong was caught after the 54-year-old Singaporean woman linked to Collins' love scam alerted the police on Sept 22 that year. Court documents did not state the outcome of the case involving Collins.

Defence lawyer Yu Kexin told the court on Wednesday that Cheong has made full restitution.

Ms Yu urged District Judge Ng Peng Hong to call for a report to assess her client's suitability for a mandatory treatment order (MTO), saying that Cheong was suffering from major depressive disorder when she committed the offence.

Offenders given an MTO have to undergo treatment for their mental condition in lieu of jail time. Judge Ng has called for the report and Cheong, who was offered bail of $25,000, will be back in court on June 26.

For dishonestly misappropriating the money, she can be jailed for up to two years and fined.


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Like treat completely transparent? ???
Cannot be friend ?

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Chit Chat Corner / What's the psychology behind copying behaviour
« on: August 07, 2018, 09:11:33 pm »
For example, someone very much junior to you whom u liaise with closely likes to copy:

The way you post things daily
The way you share your joy to others
All In similar styles, sometimes immediately after you have posted.
Like to copy the way you name things as well.

How to combat such behaviour?
What is their intention?
Is it to learn from me or to irritate me? I can't tell.
But on the surface the person is very nice and helpful though by action it yields no apparent results  :-[

N I don't understand y the person has to copy me instead of others who might be more "successful" I mean there are alot. How to divert his attention to others.

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Chit Chat Corner / If a guy ask
« on: May 28, 2018, 01:14:14 am »
Whether u have sister to intro mean wad

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Chit Chat Corner / Do you have this prob too?
« on: April 27, 2018, 04:56:20 am »
Like u can't tell whether someone is for real or faking it and feel like testing it out, but it makes u in a vulnerable position.

I used to have this scenario where I unintentionally hindered someone while safeguarding myself. I was sorry after dat. But the person became closer to me, genuinely learnt stuffs tgt with me, advised me, and helped me. But after that when the person know I was leaving the person chided me, brought up old stuffs, threw thing at me. But the following day the person was apologetic and wished me the best n looked v sincere, and asked to keep in contact thru social media. My interpretation was that it was fake all along. Although there could be another interpretation that he was angry I left n he's last to know.

Now I wondering if I accidentally stepped on someone's toe, and the person start to be v friendly with me after dat, even for a long period of time, should I run road? It's fake right? But y ppl fake so long for.. got money to earn?

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Used to don't believe n think it's some kinda bullcrap
Until I had my fortune read.

It hits rare occurrences when u were younger and is spot on on rare personality traits and life situations that I think it's kinda spooky. Hmm. I mean how else would anyone know things which are not common occurrences.

It's not like some horoscope stuff which talks v generally and confirm some part can overlap with you.




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Chit Chat Corner / How far do u agree with these statements?
« on: April 16, 2018, 06:54:57 pm »
1.) No good deed goes unpunished.
2.) You either die a transitional stage or live long enuff to see yourself becoming the villain

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Chit Chat Corner / What got you into marriage?
« on: January 21, 2018, 01:49:39 am »
What are the pros and cons?  :-\
What gave you the impetus to go into it..

And any regrets?  ???

Those who got married, was single life comparably much more fulfilling?

Do you feel your standard of living(if it is gd already) (In terms of happiness) improve or drop?

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Chit Chat Corner / What do you think of China hip hop?
« on: January 13, 2018, 12:19:57 pm »

 :-* :-* :-*

我背景像晓一样硬硬硬硬硬!!!  8)

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nature as he does not want to be recognised outside?
Otherwise why would he want to wear shades always.

It shows dishonesty am I right?  :o

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Chit Chat Corner / How do u differentiate sincerity or the lack of?
« on: December 17, 2017, 03:29:20 am »
Like how do u tell whether someone is genuine or feigning it for certain agenda.

And how do u tell if people are genuinely angry for being doubted or pretending to be angry at being doubted so that you fall for it.

Genuine or pretense how to tell?
Any sure way of testing?

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