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Gender: Female
Born: March 1960
Interests: Girl Guide Memorabilia
Member: Premier Author
Joined: August 2011
After a while I was asked to write my autobiography. I grew up in children?s homes, went to Duncroft School where I was abused by Jimmy Savile and ended up on TV. I then went to college and University and ended up with a Ph.D. I got married had children which were removed from my care by Roy meadows, so in 2006 we had the verdict overturned, and Meadows struck off the GMC register, with help from members of the House of Lords and Commons. We broke the gagging order placed on us by a judge. We then lived through physical violence resulting in living in a women?s aid hostel and then I found I have a life limiting disease that put me in a wheelchair. So I have had a very full life. I could add more and fill in bits but that?s for my story..I hope people will read it as I need help and criticism.
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Bunglie: I am stunned others think my words are worth reading. I am just a person trying to survive. I love life and despite living in a wheelchair I do not think that I am disabled. It is others who do! I like good intelligent conversation, not someone who agrees with everything I say and do, as I know others views are so important and I can not grow as a person without learning about others. Despite having a Ph.D, I think I am stupid as intelligence is no consolation when common sense is needed, my abilities lie in a narrow field yet the ability to socialise, interact with others is far more important. I would swap every point of my IQ for an ounce of common sense!
November 20, 2019 at 4:40PM
    Melodie Michelle: I totally understand what you mean because I do agree that common sense is way more important than intelligence. The fact is that I am, and have been my entire life, living with ADHD unmedicated. One of the symptoms is:
    Your ADHD symptoms get worse as you get older and that explains it all!
    November 21, 2019 at 2:21AM

Bunglie: I love life, friends and hot chocolate. I live by the sea with a house full of cuckoo clocks, old guide uniforms and a rescue dog. I am in a wheelchair waiting for my next adventure, because two wheels are better than two legs and I can do anything you can do, so I won?t be stopped. Life is for living.
November 17, 2019 at 2:51AM


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