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    sarahbunny
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by sarahbunny on Thu Jan 21, 2010 6:57 pm

    I think he was made to go by his parents, I wouldn't call him 'bad' he did some wrong things but they were fuelled by his anger and confusion from the abuse but in going to church one day he heard a woman speak openely to the church about abuse she went through and Immediabtly stan was changed if she had the courage to speak about her abuse so did Stan, but to answer your question I think he went just because he was made to by his parents.

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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Guest on Thu Jan 21, 2010 8:09 pm

    Ookay and I said 'bad' because I didn't know what else to call it...
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by kasjopaia on Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:01 am

    cute poor guy,
    he had 3 suicide attempts. in which he has yet to be determined to nibble. its not so easy to get it out of ones system.
    i know that. i had a suicide attempt with 17.

    i wanna hug this guy.
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Taichimisty on Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:30 pm

    That so sad Kasjopaia....life throws us a curve ball sometimes.....


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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by kasjopaia on Tue Feb 02, 2010 10:49 pm

    thats really sad. and the demons of your past follow u a long time. i think stan still thinking sometimes about his childhood. i had a childhood and youth of hell. its not easy to handle that or to forget it.
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Taichimisty on Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:28 pm

    Yes....i'm sure he still carries those little ole demons with him on a daily basis....as mentioned not that easy to get rid of them....

    Having said that.....rising above them....being vigilant, persistent, staying positive.....helps to build a strong character....

    It is hard, can be a constant battle.....at the end of the day we all have a choice.....to choose to relive those traumatic moments constantly and live a miserable existence filled with anger, resentment, bitterness.....or choose to change our life for the better....to nurture and grow.

    Stan has a strong belief in God.....supportive family....he's young.....speaking out about his once were warriors life is most definitely a step in the right direction for him, it can be therapeutic and healing at the same time.

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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Linda on Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:59 am

    What Stan is doing is cathartic! Good for him.

    The hardest part i think is verbalising these emotions and having some sort of acknowledgment that it's all happened.
    Stan is well on the way to healing his spirit and I think that turning to god has helped him more than anything else has. I'm glad his whole family have also healed. It must have been so hard for April to do what she did but I am in awe of the spiritual strength she had to do what she did. As for Stan's dad! WOW I think people tend to focus on what Stan had to do but my goodness. Can you imagine what it was like for ross and april?
    Ross changed his whole personality! He turned from being a drunk, drug using, abusive man into a fun loving and beautiful loving father and husband. I've watched him at various stages and he's a truly happy human being now. You can sense it in him. April! wow! I doubt that I would have stood by a man who abused me in the way that Ross did. She has such an inner strength that I envy.
    Stan has seen the love and the healing power of forgiveness and it would have been hard to forgive. He's seen how people have the capacity to change for the better because he was given fantastic examples in his mum & dad.


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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Nicola on Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:10 am

    Yes I agree. As Stan has said, he needed "the love of a Father" and that's what he's found in God. He has found the forgiveness and freedom from the "demons" of the past that only a living relationship with God can give. It's still a journey for him, as God sets him free from the effects of the past more and more as he goes along. In speaking about it, it takes away the hold the past has on him and allows him to move forward, and each time he speaks about it, he'll look back and remember just how far he's come. The outworking of all of this is so evident in his life with the restored relationships within his family - bringing glory to God, which is something Stan seeks to do as much as he can.
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Taichimisty on Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:13 am

    Absolutely agree Linda....
    Ross has done a wonderful job within himself....in early photos can see the violence in him....quite scary really....but omg to change his life round....with Aprils help.....and love for God....he has done a fantastic job.....
    Hats off for April.....hasn't been an easy journey for her....her trials and tribulations have certainly given her strength....along with the powerful belief she has in God...nice one April.

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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Theapril57 on Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:20 am

    Wonderful words, I wish all men could do what Ross has done, I respect April so much,and commend Ross. Stan is the product now of his mum and dad. Just beautiful x
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by jane_gun on Wed Feb 03, 2010 7:33 pm

    It's amazing how God works in people's lives eh? Wink
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    Re: Stan's BIO

    Post by Kaitiakis_Mummy on Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:02 pm

    I think he should write a song about the loss of a baby and the journey of healing but from the bubbas point of view...RIP Kaitiaki my beautiful boy :(

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