UPDATE: Woman has come down from roof of intu Bromley, formerly Glades, shopping centre, after 'threatening to jump'

UPDATE: Woman has come down from roof of intu Bromley shopping centre after 'threatening to jump'

The woman stands on the roof of intu Bromley's car park. Photo: @Kent_999

The woman was on the roof from 4pm to 9pm, when she came down. Photo: @Premises187

Crowds gather near the scene of the incident

A crane was eventually erected in an attempt to help the woman down. Photo: @MPSBeckenhamSgt ·

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A young woman has come down from the roof of intu Bromley's car park, from which she reportedly threatened to jump.

Police officers were called to the shopping centre, formerly known as The Glades, at 4pm.

A police spokesman confirmed she came down at around 9pm, adding she is "safe and well".

Three police cars and three fire engines could be seen next to the car park building while police officers stayed on the roof with the woman.

News Shopper:

A large crowd gathered nearby, and later a crane was erected in an attempt to help her down.

Elmfield Road was closed throughout the incident.

Earlier one witness, who had been watching things unfold, told News Shopper: "I've been here for the last half-an-hour, but she's been up there for about an hour.

"They (police) can't get her down. I've never known anything like this to happen here.

"But anything can happen in Bromley". 

News Shopper:

On Twitter, @chelsashlee said: "Omg there's a woman standing on top of the Glades in Bromley threatening to jump."

Debbie Mastbraker added: "To the lady on top of the Glades building please don't jump!! Emergency services please get her down!!"

For confidential support about issues involving suicide call the Samaritans in the UK on 08457 90 90 90.

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4:50pm Tue 10 Jun 14

It's Me again ! says...

Poor girl. Hope they make her change her mind and then she gets the help she needs to brighten her life. Can't imagine feeling that low
Poor girl. Hope they make her change her mind and then she gets the help she needs to brighten her life. Can't imagine feeling that low It's Me again !
  • Score: 55

8:25pm Tue 10 Jun 14

mseven says...

I am not sure where people are getting the idea that this sort of thing has never happened before or it is something to do with modern life. I can think of 6 other times this kind of thing happened:
- A man fell during the building of the Glades shopping centre (although it was said to be an accident)
- Boots - A man jumped where the escalators are and died
- M&S - A teenager was sitting on the edge of the roof
- Central Library - Someone jumped from it
- Central Atrium - A man jumped from carpark 1
- Car park 4 The Glades (intu Bromley) - A jumped from car park 4
I am not sure where people are getting the idea that this sort of thing has never happened before or it is something to do with modern life. I can think of 6 other times this kind of thing happened: - A man fell during the building of the Glades shopping centre (although it was said to be an accident) - Boots - A man jumped where the escalators are and died - M&S - A teenager was sitting on the edge of the roof - Central Library - Someone jumped from it - Central Atrium - A man jumped from carpark 1 - Car park 4 The Glades (intu Bromley) - A jumped from car park 4 mseven
  • Score: -18

8:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Soundmale says...

My thoughts and prayers go to the girl in question and to Police and Ambulance service in this traumatic ordealx
My thoughts and prayers go to the girl in question and to Police and Ambulance service in this traumatic ordealx Soundmale
  • Score: 26

9:00pm Tue 10 Jun 14

donkus says...

Hope this young lady is bought down safely and given all the help she can get!!1
Hope this young lady is bought down safely and given all the help she can get!!1 donkus
  • Score: 26

9:45pm Tue 10 Jun 14

bromboli says...

i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!!
i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!! bromboli
  • Score: 12

9:49pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Bromleyguy says...

When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade. Bromleyguy
  • Score: -45

10:14pm Tue 10 Jun 14

RIM2165 says...

bromboli wrote:
i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!!
Thank you for praying. I know that his woman had a whole team (I was one) of people praying for her and for those involved in talking her into coming down. People consider taking their lives for all sorts of reasons but few are capable of considering the feelings of others or the consequences of their actions, as they are so consumed with feelings of utter worthlessness. She doesn't need criticism from people, she needs to know that she is loved and totally worthy of that love (John 3: 16)
[quote][p][bold]bromboli[/bold] wrote: i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!![/p][/quote]Thank you for praying. I know that his woman had a whole team (I was one) of people praying for her and for those involved in talking her into coming down. People consider taking their lives for all sorts of reasons but few are capable of considering the feelings of others or the consequences of their actions, as they are so consumed with feelings of utter worthlessness. She doesn't need criticism from people, she needs to know that she is loved and totally worthy of that love (John 3: 16) RIM2165
  • Score: 27

10:24pm Tue 10 Jun 14

cherithporter says...

Glad the woman has come down safely.
Glad the woman has come down safely. cherithporter
  • Score: 19

10:43pm Tue 10 Jun 14

teriann says...

to be in a place in ur life where u wanna end it is so sad i hope she gets the help she needs this has happened a few times in bromley ****
to be in a place in ur life where u wanna end it is so sad i hope she gets the help she needs this has happened a few times in bromley **** teriann
  • Score: 15

10:57pm Tue 10 Jun 14

white rabbit9 says...

Apathy, the new buzz word for the 21st century.
Apathy, the new buzz word for the 21st century. white rabbit9
  • Score: -16

12:53am Wed 11 Jun 14

@strongest_smile says...

Absolute disregard for press guidance on reporting of mental health and suicide by posting a picture of this lady when she was obviously in some distress. Please remove this picture immediately.
Absolute disregard for press guidance on reporting of mental health and suicide by posting a picture of this lady when she was obviously in some distress. Please remove this picture immediately. @strongest_smile
  • Score: 17

2:41am Wed 11 Jun 14

marion00000 says...

i was there today as well and i saw her on the roof i hoped that she would come down safe and well to im really glad that she is ok and well i hope she gets the help that she needs to make her life happier xx
i was there today as well and i saw her on the roof i hoped that she would come down safe and well to im really glad that she is ok and well i hope she gets the help that she needs to make her life happier xx marion00000
  • Score: 14

2:45am Wed 11 Jun 14

marion00000 says...

Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
well actually one you cant really say that as you dont know her reasons for doing what she did it is very sad that she had to feel she had to do this but as for bussiness inside the mall they were still open as i went inside the mall long after she went on the roof and all the shops were open
[quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]well actually one you cant really say that as you dont know her reasons for doing what she did it is very sad that she had to feel she had to do this but as for bussiness inside the mall they were still open as i went inside the mall long after she went on the roof and all the shops were open marion00000
  • Score: 12

11:12am Wed 11 Jun 14

Toolbox69 says...

Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
If you are going to fine anyone, maybe it should be imposed on the company responsible for not making it a secure area.
[quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]If you are going to fine anyone, maybe it should be imposed on the company responsible for not making it a secure area. Toolbox69
  • Score: 1

1:51pm Wed 11 Jun 14

bmgpets says...

Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
[quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual. bmgpets
  • Score: -31

2:23pm Wed 11 Jun 14

the wall says...

bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
[quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence. the wall
  • Score: 26

3:33pm Wed 11 Jun 14

WW says...

I completely feel for the poor young lady and how she must have been feeling / what she was going through to get to that stage in life where the only option was that. Hopefully she's in the best place at the moment and hasn't been discharged to try and do something similar soon.

Have you thought how that poor sod standing near her must have felt, not knowing if she'd jump in front of them at any given time?

Big admiration for the emergency services involved and the officer who talked to her. Can't make out if male or female, but must have a very big heart of gold in my eyes.

Hope they get the recognition they deserve for going that extra mile but very much doubt they will.
I completely feel for the poor young lady and how she must have been feeling / what she was going through to get to that stage in life where the only option was that. Hopefully she's in the best place at the moment and hasn't been discharged to try and do something similar soon. Have you thought how that poor sod standing near her must have felt, not knowing if she'd jump in front of them at any given time? Big admiration for the emergency services involved and the officer who talked to her. Can't make out if male or female, but must have a very big heart of gold in my eyes. Hope they get the recognition they deserve for going that extra mile but very much doubt they will. WW
  • Score: 11

4:37pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Alconcalcia says...

I should imagine she was in such turmoil and despair, consideration for others simply didn't enter her head. Sometimes in life mental illness can push people to do things they would never normally consider. 1 in 4 or us will suffer mental illness at some point so rather than tut about how inconvenient it was of her, spare a thought for the fragility of mind that led to her being up there in the first place.
I should imagine she was in such turmoil and despair, consideration for others simply didn't enter her head. Sometimes in life mental illness can push people to do things they would never normally consider. 1 in 4 or us will suffer mental illness at some point so rather than tut about how inconvenient it was of her, spare a thought for the fragility of mind that led to her being up there in the first place. Alconcalcia
  • Score: 12

5:36pm Wed 11 Jun 14

bmgpets says...

the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people. bmgpets
  • Score: -17

7:12pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Xjamie says...

bmgpets wrote:
the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??
[quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.[/p][/quote]I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ?? Xjamie
  • Score: 10

7:33pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Xjamie says...

It's Me again ! wrote:
Poor girl. Hope they make her change her mind and then she gets the help she needs to brighten her life. Can't imagine feeling that low
I can only apologise, I was suppose to have given your post a thumbs up and clicked the wrong button.. Still getting used to this
[quote][p][bold]It's Me again ![/bold] wrote: Poor girl. Hope they make her change her mind and then she gets the help she needs to brighten her life. Can't imagine feeling that low[/p][/quote]I can only apologise, I was suppose to have given your post a thumbs up and clicked the wrong button.. Still getting used to this Xjamie
  • Score: 5

7:50pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Gina1987 says...

While I understand some peoples views that this woman was selfish, let me start by saying that when you are in a depressed state or maybe this lady has mental issues, you CANNOT think rationally, all judgement of life goes out of the window, you are not in a fit state and 'other peoples' feeling do not come into it! My uncle commuted suicide and we can't begin to imagine the depression he was going through in order to commit such a thing!

I think people are too quick to judge and maybe someone just needs to sit with her and ask her, her problems!

Dam society!!!!!!
While I understand some peoples views that this woman was selfish, let me start by saying that when you are in a depressed state or maybe this lady has mental issues, you CANNOT think rationally, all judgement of life goes out of the window, you are not in a fit state and 'other peoples' feeling do not come into it! My uncle commuted suicide and we can't begin to imagine the depression he was going through in order to commit such a thing! I think people are too quick to judge and maybe someone just needs to sit with her and ask her, her problems! Dam society!!!!!! Gina1987
  • Score: 11

7:52pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Gina1987 says...

Xjamie wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??
Couldn't have said it better!
[quote][p][bold]Xjamie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.[/p][/quote]I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??[/p][/quote]Couldn't have said it better! Gina1987
  • Score: 15

10:47pm Wed 11 Jun 14

bmgpets says...

Gina1987 wrote:
Xjamie wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??
Couldn't have said it better!
I am in no way looking for sympathy, as I said I am disabled and have suffered with depression for 20 years, so living with it and being medicated for it I think is Knowledge in it's self. Maybe I am stronger that others in dealing with it, partly my family & friends & partly my determination not to let my bad health rule my life. Not everyone who is depressed have the support that I do & that is needed, I know that as I am that support for others, but that does not mean I am not entitled to my opinion, or that my opinion is right or wrong, it is just my opinion. I do hope that she does get the help she needs.
[quote][p][bold]Gina1987[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xjamie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.[/p][/quote]I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??[/p][/quote]Couldn't have said it better![/p][/quote]I am in no way looking for sympathy, as I said I am disabled and have suffered with depression for 20 years, so living with it and being medicated for it I think is Knowledge in it's self. Maybe I am stronger that others in dealing with it, partly my family & friends & partly my determination not to let my bad health rule my life. Not everyone who is depressed have the support that I do & that is needed, I know that as I am that support for others, but that does not mean I am not entitled to my opinion, or that my opinion is right or wrong, it is just my opinion. I do hope that she does get the help she needs. bmgpets
  • Score: -7

11:08pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Xjamie says...

bmgpets wrote:
Gina1987 wrote:
Xjamie wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??
Couldn't have said it better!
I am in no way looking for sympathy, as I said I am disabled and have suffered with depression for 20 years, so living with it and being medicated for it I think is Knowledge in it's self. Maybe I am stronger that others in dealing with it, partly my family & friends & partly my determination not to let my bad health rule my life. Not everyone who is depressed have the support that I do & that is needed, I know that as I am that support for others, but that does not mean I am not entitled to my opinion, or that my opinion is right or wrong, it is just my opinion. I do hope that she does get the help she needs.
Well if that is the case then you of all people should understand a persons state of mind! That lady may not have had support you was lucky enough to have! Please chose your words carefully u sound extremly selfish
[quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gina1987[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Xjamie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.[/p][/quote]I think you will find that it comes across that you are looking for sympathy now?? I work with mental health etc and when they are feeling so low pretty much anything they do is not a suprise, so unless you have some knowledge in this area you may like to keep your opinions to yourself ??[/p][/quote]Couldn't have said it better![/p][/quote]I am in no way looking for sympathy, as I said I am disabled and have suffered with depression for 20 years, so living with it and being medicated for it I think is Knowledge in it's self. Maybe I am stronger that others in dealing with it, partly my family & friends & partly my determination not to let my bad health rule my life. Not everyone who is depressed have the support that I do & that is needed, I know that as I am that support for others, but that does not mean I am not entitled to my opinion, or that my opinion is right or wrong, it is just my opinion. I do hope that she does get the help she needs.[/p][/quote]Well if that is the case then you of all people should understand a persons state of mind! That lady may not have had support you was lucky enough to have! Please chose your words carefully u sound extremly selfish Xjamie
  • Score: 15

1:42am Thu 12 Jun 14

mad lady68 says...

Iv suffered from depression for years keep having breakdowns iv so far ruined my marriage and my children's lives in many ways. Yes iv tried to kill myself the last time was not so long bk, no I hate wat I do but really cant help it its so not nice. Something bad happens and the only way out I can see at the time is take tablets wat I done was so terrible. My 16 year old found me unconscious and fitting I was taken by blue light, yes I was In the wrong I wish more than some of you that I never done these things but they are thoughts from the head and aching in the heart. When I was taken to ambulance they dragged me down the stairs from my flat I could not control my legs but they made me try and walk to it my feet the next day were all scrapped and in a mess, it weren't till a few days later I remembered the ambulance crew and police saying how they hate people like me ( time wasters) well thats me then I guess. But please bare in mind next time we cant help wat we do its in our brain
Iv suffered from depression for years keep having breakdowns iv so far ruined my marriage and my children's lives in many ways. Yes iv tried to kill myself the last time was not so long bk, no I hate wat I do but really cant help it its so not nice. Something bad happens and the only way out I can see at the time is take tablets wat I done was so terrible. My 16 year old found me unconscious and fitting I was taken by blue light, yes I was In the wrong I wish more than some of you that I never done these things but they are thoughts from the head and aching in the heart. When I was taken to ambulance they dragged me down the stairs from my flat I could not control my legs but they made me try and walk to it my feet the next day were all scrapped and in a mess, it weren't till a few days later I remembered the ambulance crew and police saying how they hate people like me ( time wasters) well thats me then I guess. But please bare in mind next time we cant help wat we do its in our brain mad lady68
  • Score: 6

7:27am Thu 12 Jun 14

Marty1979 says...

Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
There seems to be an increasing number of selfish comments on various articles, Bromleyguy wants her fined, there was an idiot saying the police should have shot her to bring her down, others moaning about getting delayed

Last week someone was stabbed on a train, some girl moaning she was late for a meeting

Self, self, self
[quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]There seems to be an increasing number of selfish comments on various articles, Bromleyguy wants her fined, there was an idiot saying the police should have shot her to bring her down, others moaning about getting delayed Last week someone was stabbed on a train, some girl moaning she was late for a meeting Self, self, self Marty1979
  • Score: 10

10:37am Thu 12 Jun 14

the wall says...

bmgpets wrote:
the wall wrote:
bmgpets wrote:
Bromleyguy wrote:
When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.
I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption.
I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others.
Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around.
I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.
You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death.
You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.
No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.
Blah blah blah. You are carrying on like a bleating foal.

A few weeks ago many old boys made a trip to the D-Day commemorations in France .

"Mr Jordan, 89, left The Pines care home in Hove, where he lives with his wife, and was reported missing to Sussex Police that evening.
It was later discovered he was safe and well and had joined other veterans in France, where hundreds of veterans marked the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings on Friday". Well done Sir!

bmgpets - You need to get a sense of feckin perspective.
[quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bmgpets[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bromleyguy[/bold] wrote: When she finally decides she has had enough attention and leaves I hope she gets fined for all the expenses she has caused to the emergency services, transport disruption and effect on business in the mall who have been unable to trade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree with you. Whatever was going on in the girls mind she has no consideration for other people. Her family and friends would have been distraught along with anyone who would have seen her if she had jumped, but I have no sympathy for inconsiderate individuals who disrupt other peoples lives with their need for attention. She picked picked a spot that would be seen by loads of people and cause the most disruption. I know to some people they will feel I am being a bit to harsh, but when you lose a brother aged 31 to a work accident form a slightly higher building and another young family member by no fault of their own you start to feel bitter for people wanting to throw their life away and want to do it in a way that affects others. Don't get me wrong but I am glad she is down safe, and she need to be seen by doctors etc but I hope she gets fined for the cost of tax payers money for 5 hours of multiple police officers & the fire service that had to get her down, the loss of income from the shops that had to shut and the disruption to everyone around. I was there myself yesterday in my mobility scooter with my mum using her walking stick and we had to go the long way round and then my mum had to walk quite a distance to get her bus making her in even more pain than she was already in, so I think she was a very inconsiderate attention seeking individual.[/p][/quote]You are almost certainly unique in having been personally affected by death. You both sound like pathetic smug attention seeking trolls with barely average intelligence.[/p][/quote]No i am not at all unique regarding being personally affected by death, but my brother was killed in a work accident caused by someone else's negligence from a cradle over 80 foot high so someone trying to do that to themselves does affect me. Also anyone that through their inconsideration causes my mum nearly 80 to be put out and cause her a more pain than she is already in, I have a right to my opinion. I am disabled and suffer a lot of pain and am trying to deal with my depression, but would never put my family or anyone else for that matter through what that young girl did yesterday. She needs help and I pray she gets the help that she needs but people do not want to be faced with things like this as it does get to people.[/p][/quote]Blah blah blah. You are carrying on like a bleating foal. A few weeks ago many old boys made a trip to the D-Day commemorations in France . "Mr Jordan, 89, left The Pines care home in Hove, where he lives with his wife, and was reported missing to Sussex Police that evening. It was later discovered he was safe and well and had joined other veterans in France, where hundreds of veterans marked the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings on Friday". Well done Sir! bmgpets - You need to get a sense of feckin perspective. the wall
  • Score: 5

9:59am Fri 13 Jun 14

Toolbox69 says...

I see the young lady has been sectioned.
I see the young lady has been sectioned. Toolbox69
  • Score: -5

9:09pm Fri 13 Jun 14

Richard Comaish says...

Why are we still living in a society where we have to be so careful about what we say about the same key powerful 'minorities,' but bloggers can treat the mental health of others as a laugh and a joke?
Why are we still living in a society where we have to be so careful about what we say about the same key powerful 'minorities,' but bloggers can treat the mental health of others as a laugh and a joke? Richard Comaish
  • Score: -4

5:43pm Sat 14 Jun 14

bmgpets says...

Toolbox69 wrote:
I see the young lady has been sectioned.
At least she will hopefully get the help that she needs to be able to get on with her life in a more positive way
[quote][p][bold]Toolbox69[/bold] wrote: I see the young lady has been sectioned.[/p][/quote]At least she will hopefully get the help that she needs to be able to get on with her life in a more positive way bmgpets
  • Score: 5

12:48am Tue 17 Jun 14

mseven says...

bromboli wrote:
i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!!
I am not sure how praying will solve an issue like that. I think that people here are kind of jumping to conclusions in some cases. What you are saying is probably with good intentions but how would you feel if after hoping and praying that she didn't jump and it was later discovered she had murdered and decapitated people in her family?
[quote][p][bold]bromboli[/bold] wrote: i prayed Jesus from 4 till 6.30 for her to walk safely down while the police kept on moving us more and more far away then i had to leave to take my children for a meal and home as we started feeling cold and my youngest is under 3, i've been surprised not seen people praying and indeed some youth behind me making fun of her.. immagine if that was your daughter!!![/p][/quote]I am not sure how praying will solve an issue like that. I think that people here are kind of jumping to conclusions in some cases. What you are saying is probably with good intentions but how would you feel if after hoping and praying that she didn't jump and it was later discovered she had murdered and decapitated people in her family? mseven
  • Score: 5

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