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  • Carne Asada

    3 33.33%
  • SUSTENANCE SEQUENCE

    0 0%
  • Through a hole, darkly

    2 22.22%
  • The Queen of St. Louis

    0 0%
  • scripting the nodes

    0 0%
  • The Secret of Mildred

    2 22.22%
  • The Nature of Interruptions

    2 22.22%
  • Once upon a Walrus

    0 0%
  • No Grain, No Gain

    0 0%
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  1. #11
    Are we allowed to talk about the stories yet?

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    Global Moderator velo's Avatar
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    The first rule of the Grand Fiction Challenge is: you don't talk about...

    ...oh, different movie, sorry.
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    "When a child is abused, he or she will often internalise that abuse as deserved. It is a cruel reality that a child needs the parent so much, is evolutionarily programmed to trust them so implicitly, that when a parent is abusive the child will take the blame rather than completely upend their world and blame the person they depend on for survival." -velo

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    I'm looking to put the scores up about 24 hours from now, so maybe just hold off until then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harper J. Cole View Post
    I'm looking to put the scores up about 24 hours from now, so maybe just hold off until then.
    My blog- Hidden Content thoughts on trauma and healing through psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy

    "When a child is abused, he or she will often internalise that abuse as deserved. It is a cruel reality that a child needs the parent so much, is evolutionarily programmed to trust them so implicitly, that when a parent is abusive the child will take the blame rather than completely upend their world and blame the person they depend on for survival." -velo

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