River song try not to be worried. I know it is easy for me to say but you can only do your best to keep yourself and your family safe from harm.
Just do your best and try to not worry too much.
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12-08-2013 12:23 #13
Oh my god I live in the same suburb!!! That explains everything
12-08-2013 12:26 #14Senior Member
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I have done some searching...apparently they are searching several parks...and this is one of them.
I saw all the trucks next to the park on my way home from school drop this morning and thought it was council trucks.
One site says they have cadaver dogs and everything.
I hope they find her, her parents have been through so much...but we play there and DS is always in and out of the bushland etc and it makes me feel ill thinking he might have been right near a dead body.
I know that is very selfish and I feel awful for being so selfish...but i really don't want that.
There was a horrific incident at our local servo a few years ago and I still can't stand to go back to the safeway/servo since...this park will prob be needed to be avoided now too.
Sigh, feeling so sad today.
12-08-2013 12:26 #15
12-08-2013 12:28 #16
I live in country Qld and still get scared but I am also prone to be a excessive worrier and it has gotten worse since having kids. Getting a larger dog helped calm my fears and since having a break in my husband installed security cameras so that helps also, but I won't go walking on my own I wait until DH can go with me as women have been followed a few times near where I live
12-08-2013 12:30 #17
No I don't. I live really rural. I have a very large fence and very large dogs so I feel safe. I'd hate to live in a city, I wouldn't feel safe there at all.
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12-08-2013 12:46 #18Senior Member
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Eep! Yes, I definitely worry more now that I am a Mum.
12-08-2013 12:50 #19Senior Member
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Yes, I am a total sook. If DH is ever away my mum and her partner come to stay with me and we live in a nice area. I wasn't as bad when we had our staffies but they are no longer with us, I just don't sleep on my own or when just DS and I.
That is horrific about what is happening in your neighbourhood River Song.
12-08-2013 12:51 #20
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