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What Is My Personal Story About Domestic Violence

Hi and how are you doing today? Can I assume that it's been a good one for you today?

If not, you can use the comment box below to rant a little. I won't mind as I know that there are days you just want to scream out.

So, today, we are taking a break from the videos and I'm posting instead.

I want you to know that just like you, I have a story to share - and share I will.

As a sufferer of rheumatoid arthritis(RA) which affects the dexterity in my hands, videos and live streaming works much better for me. Believe it or not, I also type at the speed of lightning - as I learnt to type about 30 years ago using the old fashioned typewriter(also learnt shorthand...although I doubt anyone still uses shorthand these days).

Therefore, even though we are taking a break from the videos, I will be posting a video of my personal story.

Look out for the video.

I am wishing you a great day from the very bottom of my heart and thanks for being here with me.

NB - maybe one day I will share my story about how I came to develop an autoimmune disease at such a young age.

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