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  • 20 May 2011
    I'm feeling totally fk'd off with things right now. Since January i've had to put up with harassment & Abuse from an idiot neighbour of mine. It started with him ringing my bell at 2 in the morning & progressed to him actually ringing my front door bell in the earlt hours too. Since then, the dirty b*****d hyad left condoms outside my door, thrown eggs at my windows, Shoved some real SICK notes under my door, too sick to even repeat. So i got on to my local council & police ( several times) & to be honest they've done NOTHING to help sort my problems out.  Recently they came & fitted Strong Bolts to my door, then i actually felt SAFE in my own home. But today they dropped a bombshell on me by saying that the door they had added bolts to was a fire-door & they were gonna come and take them off. I have to say i was well & truly p*ssed off as this was the only thing stopping the tw@t from getting to my front door and to be told the bolts were coming off was a real kick in the teeth. Round here it seens like the rights of the abuser come before those of the victiim & that is not fair. The Council even offered me another place & i told them in no uncertain terms i was'nae moving  because they couldn't be bothered to move the Problem. I Have since been to a solicitor who's been a great help, & i've been advised that if this trouble carries on, that they can apply to the courts for an injunction/ Harassment order banning him from contacting or coming near me. I hope this does the trick becuase i'm not sure how much more i can take before i do summat i dont want to. One thing i DID hear was that this t*sser was wantin to move away, i just wish he would & i could suggest a place for him.....10 miles out to sea with pocketfuls of lead.     I'm feeling a tad happier now, but earlier today i could'nae stop cryin.
    1803 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • I'm feeling totally fk'd off with things right now. Since January i've had to put up with harassment & Abuse from an idiot neighbour of mine. It started with him ringing my bell at 2 in the morning & progressed to him actually ringing my front door bell in the earlt hours too. Since then, the dirty b*****d hyad left condoms outside my door, thrown eggs at my windows, Shoved some real SICK notes under my door, too sick to even repeat. So i got on to my local council & police ( several times) & to be honest they've done NOTHING to help sort my problems out.  Recently they came & fitted Strong Bolts to my door, then i actually felt SAFE in my own home. But today they dropped a bombshell on me by saying that the door they had added bolts to was a fire-door & they were gonna come and take them off. I have to say i was well & truly p*ssed off as this was the only thing stopping the tw@t from getting to my front door and to be told the bolts were coming off was a real kick in the teeth. Round here it seens like the rights of the abuser come before those of the victiim & that is not fair. The Council even offered me another place & i told them in no uncertain terms i was'nae moving  because they couldn't be bothered to move the Problem. I Have since been to a solicitor who's been a great help, & i've been advised that if this trouble carries on, that they can apply to the courts for an injunction/ Harassment order banning him from contacting or coming near me. I hope this does the trick becuase i'm not sure how much more i can take before i do summat i dont want to. One thing i DID hear was that this t*sser was wantin to move away, i just wish he would & i could suggest a place for him.....10 miles out to sea with pocketfuls of lead.     I'm feeling a tad happier now, but earlier today i could'nae stop cryin.
    May 20, 2011 1803
  • 31 May 2005
    i've just done my job prospects the power of good by enrolling on a course to help me improve my chances of finding a proper job. I went and had the interview today and got on very well, the lady i saw was very good and treated me with respect throughout.I start officially on the 27th june at 10.30...they are going to sort out a placement for me with the benefits agency in the industrial injuries compensation area so i can gain the necessary experience to help me progress.I have also been put on to a more advanced computer course too.the course itsself is an ECDL one(what that stands for i don't know) but i have been told it's one that's more intensive that the CLAIT one i did before,so that'll further improve my chances which is good.It will also get me used to being back in a routine which is something i have missed.I may well get the job where i have to wear a suit and heels yet which is what i would like.you never know what might happen do you?
    1060 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • i've just done my job prospects the power of good by enrolling on a course to help me improve my chances of finding a proper job. I went and had the interview today and got on very well, the lady i saw was very good and treated me with respect throughout.I start officially on the 27th june at 10.30...they are going to sort out a placement for me with the benefits agency in the industrial injuries compensation area so i can gain the necessary experience to help me progress.I have also been put on to a more advanced computer course too.the course itsself is an ECDL one(what that stands for i don't know) but i have been told it's one that's more intensive that the CLAIT one i did before,so that'll further improve my chances which is good.It will also get me used to being back in a routine which is something i have missed.I may well get the job where i have to wear a suit and heels yet which is what i would like.you never know what might happen do you?
    May 31, 2005 1060
  • 18 Apr 2005
    Girls i simply have to share this news with you all.As you know, i have been having no end of probs where i live with kids breaking my windows cos of me being TG,and me having to leave where i am cos my landlord's being an a**hole.Well,today i had a phone call from my local council......offering one of their flats to move into! When i put the phone down i burst into tears straight away cos i was so relieved!! This means no going into b&b cos,quite frankly i'm better than that.After all, a girl has standards to keep up.I have to go and look at the place on thursday and if i like it(which i know i will) then i'm having it!this is just fantastic news and it means i can leave here,move into the new place and get myself settled  before sparkle comes round, which is going to be all the more sweeter cos of this.I can now tell my landlord to stick this place where the sun don't shine( up his a**).What has helped me through this desperately hard time where i thought things would never go for me,is all the messages and comments left in my blog.Thankyou girls..ALL of you from the bottom of my heart,which is now a much more happier one.
    1015 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • Girls i simply have to share this news with you all.As you know, i have been having no end of probs where i live with kids breaking my windows cos of me being TG,and me having to leave where i am cos my landlord's being an a**hole.Well,today i had a phone call from my local council......offering one of their flats to move into! When i put the phone down i burst into tears straight away cos i was so relieved!! This means no going into b&b cos,quite frankly i'm better than that.After all, a girl has standards to keep up.I have to go and look at the place on thursday and if i like it(which i know i will) then i'm having it!this is just fantastic news and it means i can leave here,move into the new place and get myself settled  before sparkle comes round, which is going to be all the more sweeter cos of this.I can now tell my landlord to stick this place where the sun don't shine( up his a**).What has helped me through this desperately hard time where i thought things would never go for me,is all the messages and comments left in my blog.Thankyou girls..ALL of you from the bottom of my heart,which is now a much more happier one.
    Apr 18, 2005 1015
  • 06 Dec 2004
    As some of you know,i've not had it easy in the last few weeks.You can tell by  reading some of my earlier posts.It ended up with me havin a massive row with my mum over me going out"en-femme"...cos some of my family had seen me! I 'm not worried about what they think,but my mum was and she was really upset.I went round to hers this morning with a huge bunch of roses..to apologise for being such a !!There were a few tears on both sides..whilst it's not been easy for me,it's been hard for her too trying to please everyone.One thing we have agreed on is the fact that i do need help cos i think i'm sufferin from GID(gender identity disorder)so i am making an appointment with my GP to see if he can help by referring me on to someone who specialises in that kind of thing.It was actually sandra that suggested it so thanks a lot sandra hun for your advice.No i'm not nuts...anyone who says i am will get a slap!!..and yes that means you too chris..hehehe.That's something i have not done in a good while...laugh.I'm gettin there,just thought you'd like to know.The help and advice i've received here on TW has been second to none...so thankyou very much katie,sandra,monika..and eveyone else that's replied...it really means a lot to me...........
    955 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • As some of you know,i've not had it easy in the last few weeks.You can tell by  reading some of my earlier posts.It ended up with me havin a massive row with my mum over me going out"en-femme"...cos some of my family had seen me! I 'm not worried about what they think,but my mum was and she was really upset.I went round to hers this morning with a huge bunch of roses..to apologise for being such a !!There were a few tears on both sides..whilst it's not been easy for me,it's been hard for her too trying to please everyone.One thing we have agreed on is the fact that i do need help cos i think i'm sufferin from GID(gender identity disorder)so i am making an appointment with my GP to see if he can help by referring me on to someone who specialises in that kind of thing.It was actually sandra that suggested it so thanks a lot sandra hun for your advice.No i'm not nuts...anyone who says i am will get a slap!!..and yes that means you too chris..hehehe.That's something i have not done in a good while...laugh.I'm gettin there,just thought you'd like to know.The help and advice i've received here on TW has been second to none...so thankyou very much katie,sandra,monika..and eveyone else that's replied...it really means a lot to me...........
    Dec 06, 2004 955
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  • 27 Dec 2009
    My christmas hasn't been too bad at all if i'm honest. I went to the midnight church service at a church near me & it was a good one as usual...thats probably why i've been every year for the past 4 years. Whilst there  i did something i have never done before EVER, now i'm not a religious person but i went & had a Blessing done. I had no idea WHAT communion was so i just settled for the blessing & i think it made the night more special for me given the way things had been going. Was Round at mums on xmas day & she had the whole family round & we had a great time, lots to eat & the drink certainly flowed but then it always does when we're all there. Mum did us proud as usual with the xmas dinner and i provided the wine. she was going to wash up too but i beat her to it.....lol. All in all it was a pretty good day & i didnt do too badly for pressies although there was one i'd have given  absolutely ANYTHING for & that would be to have Charllet here to share xmas with. Lets hope i get that next year cos its something that simply can't be beat, sharing xmas with loved ones. I hope everyones xmas was as good as mine wasLove Anna Marie xxxxxx
    1608 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • My christmas hasn't been too bad at all if i'm honest. I went to the midnight church service at a church near me & it was a good one as usual...thats probably why i've been every year for the past 4 years. Whilst there  i did something i have never done before EVER, now i'm not a religious person but i went & had a Blessing done. I had no idea WHAT communion was so i just settled for the blessing & i think it made the night more special for me given the way things had been going. Was Round at mums on xmas day & she had the whole family round & we had a great time, lots to eat & the drink certainly flowed but then it always does when we're all there. Mum did us proud as usual with the xmas dinner and i provided the wine. she was going to wash up too but i beat her to it.....lol. All in all it was a pretty good day & i didnt do too badly for pressies although there was one i'd have given  absolutely ANYTHING for & that would be to have Charllet here to share xmas with. Lets hope i get that next year cos its something that simply can't be beat, sharing xmas with loved ones. I hope everyones xmas was as good as mine wasLove Anna Marie xxxxxx
    Dec 27, 2009 1608
  • 06 Sep 2009
     I'd be lieing if i said i HADNT been thinking about eventually having srs but if i'm honest with myself i can't see it happening if ever. Because at this moment in time for me, its not the be all & end all of things. Life's pretty good right now apart from the job situation. My Family are much more supportive now, not that they weren't before. I've been with my Charllet almost 4 years now & i've never been happier. But its the situation with my dad thats changed beyond belief. When i first came out, he really did not want to know. Infact it seemed he was more worried about what peeps would think of him and the rest of the family & he didnt care about me. Over the years he's slowly got his head round things, knowin i'm still the same person inside. Christmas 2007 was a big step cos it was the first time i'd ever been home  where i could be me 100%. Things have progressed so much now, that if there's anythin i need doing then if its possible then he will.  4 years ago i couldn't have envisaged this happenning but it has. OK im not having srs now, but i'm pretty happy with life as it is now.xxxxxxxxx
    1604 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  •  I'd be lieing if i said i HADNT been thinking about eventually having srs but if i'm honest with myself i can't see it happening if ever. Because at this moment in time for me, its not the be all & end all of things. Life's pretty good right now apart from the job situation. My Family are much more supportive now, not that they weren't before. I've been with my Charllet almost 4 years now & i've never been happier. But its the situation with my dad thats changed beyond belief. When i first came out, he really did not want to know. Infact it seemed he was more worried about what peeps would think of him and the rest of the family & he didnt care about me. Over the years he's slowly got his head round things, knowin i'm still the same person inside. Christmas 2007 was a big step cos it was the first time i'd ever been home  where i could be me 100%. Things have progressed so much now, that if there's anythin i need doing then if its possible then he will.  4 years ago i couldn't have envisaged this happenning but it has. OK im not having srs now, but i'm pretty happy with life as it is now.xxxxxxxxx
    Sep 06, 2009 1604
  • 20 Jun 2009
    Been busy recently & now all my hard work's about to pay off. For a year now, i have been researching the material for a book i have been working on. Given the subject, is it any wonder why i started things off. I got to thinking that over 90% of things we take for granted today were invented by a Scot... the TV, Telephone, tarmac etc. So i started looking further into all things Scottish from the monarchy, Army Regts & the like. I certainly found some very interesting information which i have since added. The last few weeks have been taken up with proof-reading all 10 parts, getting them all in order. Then i've had to design a front & back cover which took longer as i couldn't decide which pictures to use, but i finally got things as i liked them. This past tuesday, it had the final once over until i was happy i'd got rid of the errors & spelling mistakes( of which there were a few). All being well, the end of next week it will be going into print for the 1st time & i'm looking forward to that BIG-TIME. A friend here on TW gave me an idea for the title & thats what i have gone with. The book is about 180 pages in total & its called......." What have the Scots ever given us"Pretty cool title methinks..lol
    1384 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • Been busy recently & now all my hard work's about to pay off. For a year now, i have been researching the material for a book i have been working on. Given the subject, is it any wonder why i started things off. I got to thinking that over 90% of things we take for granted today were invented by a Scot... the TV, Telephone, tarmac etc. So i started looking further into all things Scottish from the monarchy, Army Regts & the like. I certainly found some very interesting information which i have since added. The last few weeks have been taken up with proof-reading all 10 parts, getting them all in order. Then i've had to design a front & back cover which took longer as i couldn't decide which pictures to use, but i finally got things as i liked them. This past tuesday, it had the final once over until i was happy i'd got rid of the errors & spelling mistakes( of which there were a few). All being well, the end of next week it will be going into print for the 1st time & i'm looking forward to that BIG-TIME. A friend here on TW gave me an idea for the title & thats what i have gone with. The book is about 180 pages in total & its called......." What have the Scots ever given us"Pretty cool title methinks..lol
    Jun 20, 2009 1384
  • 25 Apr 2009
    I'm getting really fed up with charing cross's attitude towards me. At the beginning of April i should have gone to see Dr Lorimer but culdnt make it, so i wrote to him & explained my financial situation to him, that i was having probs getting down to see him. since then i have heard NOTHING at all from him & its really peed me off big-time as i thought he was better than all this.....obvoiusly i was wrong.Its a damn good job i go to a GIC thats closer to me( Norwich) & i see a counsellor there that understands my situation. I honestly dont know how i'd manage without her.
    1502 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • I'm getting really fed up with charing cross's attitude towards me. At the beginning of April i should have gone to see Dr Lorimer but culdnt make it, so i wrote to him & explained my financial situation to him, that i was having probs getting down to see him. since then i have heard NOTHING at all from him & its really peed me off big-time as i thought he was better than all this.....obvoiusly i was wrong.Its a damn good job i go to a GIC thats closer to me( Norwich) & i see a counsellor there that understands my situation. I honestly dont know how i'd manage without her.
    Apr 25, 2009 1502
  • 04 Apr 2009
    2 days ago i had to do something i never thought i'd have to do. Since 2006, i have been going to see a pyschotherapist at Charing Cross GIC , a Dr Stuart Lorimer & i have beebn doing pretty well with him. But its got to a stage now where i just cant afford £130 for what is essentially a 30 min appt. The last 4/5 times i have been, i've filled in & sent off correct forms to claim my travel costs back and every time i have had nothing back from them. Family have helped me in the past but even they have had to stop as its costing them too. its something thats been on my mind for ages as i really didn't want to stop but i now have no choice but to. Had i been in work it wouldnt have been so bad but i'm not & every trip down is costing me 2 weeks JSA money. A Girl's gotta eat after all, so i have written to Dr Lorimer & explained the situation, i just hope he understands how tough it is for me right now
    1456 Posted by Anna-Marie Trindall
  • 2 days ago i had to do something i never thought i'd have to do. Since 2006, i have been going to see a pyschotherapist at Charing Cross GIC , a Dr Stuart Lorimer & i have beebn doing pretty well with him. But its got to a stage now where i just cant afford £130 for what is essentially a 30 min appt. The last 4/5 times i have been, i've filled in & sent off correct forms to claim my travel costs back and every time i have had nothing back from them. Family have helped me in the past but even they have had to stop as its costing them too. its something thats been on my mind for ages as i really didn't want to stop but i now have no choice but to. Had i been in work it wouldnt have been so bad but i'm not & every trip down is costing me 2 weeks JSA money. A Girl's gotta eat after all, so i have written to Dr Lorimer & explained the situation, i just hope he understands how tough it is for me right now
    Apr 04, 2009 1456