How I deal with the fear of being robbed

by Paul V Harris on January 10, 2012

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amy riberdy January 11, 2012 at 10:21 am

Thank you, Paul, for all of your inspiration each & every day.
There are so many untold stories like yours out there.
I am glad you have the opportunity to tell the world about your daily challenges.
It makes a difference for those who cannot speak for themselves.
I know.
Your continuing courage is a positive force in our daily lives.
May the love & support of your family carry you through.

Paul V Harris January 12, 2012 at 3:41 pm

Amy
Thank you for the love and support. We are still finding things that are missing and that just seems to reopen the wound and we know know that we the family are safe. Together we will love and support each other after all family is what is most improtant to me.

PVH

Graham February 3, 2012 at 5:41 pm

I’m very to sorry to hear about this. It’s horrible when it is someone you trust too. When I was younger, a friend from our neighborhood broke into our house and stole from me and my parents. We didn’t get the jewelry back but I found my video game system that was sold to another friend. I was quite upset as you must be.

All in all, he had a drug problem at a young age and had to steal to support his habit.

You reacted much better than I did. I was only 14 when it happened (2o yrs ago) but I wasn’t as patient as you are. You should be pretty proud about your attitude towards the guy. The dirt bikes sound like a lot of fun.

Paul V Harris February 4, 2012 at 3:46 pm

Graham

At 14 I wouldnt have handled it very well either.
It sounds like you have been there. You got past it and so will I
Thanks for the understanding comments. It lets me know I am not alone.

PVH

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