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    [QUOTE=HillDweller;7847174]Not always. Things I did to my ex H I can guarantee I won't do to my DH. Behavior can be circumstantial. (Obviously I'm not talking something like pedophilia it anything, that definitely predicts future behaviour)

    I was referring to things like paedophilia, rape, dv, violence, abuse etc- the things that would cause me major concern with a potential new partner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post

    I was referring to things like paedophilia, rape, dv, violence, abuse etc- the things that would cause me major concern with a potential new partner.
    I know, but I don't think the poster you were quoting would have meant that when they said they didn't think a person was defined by their past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky1 View Post
    WA is the only state in Australia that currently has a public s.ex offender register at the moment.

    https://www.communityprotection.wa.gov.au/About

    You can do a local search to see if there are any s.ex offenders in your area.

    Also, you can put in a request to find out whether someone who is going to have unsupervised contact with your children is a reportable offender.
    Way to go WA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Please explain?
    Ill try, you may just think I am mad. I can feel what other people are feeling. Even sometimes their physical ailments but always their emotions. Certain combinations of emotions set off my warning bells cause it means that person is lying or hiding something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tildy View Post
    Ill try, you may just think I am mad. I can feel what other people are feeling. Even sometimes their physical ailments but always their emotions. Certain combinations of emotions set off my warning bells cause it means that person is lying or hiding something.
    Well I don't think you're mad, I know what you mean.

    On the knowing when someone's lying part, for me, when I was younger I used to describe it as "their words aren't matching their pictures Mum" and I meant what was coming out of their mouth was not matching the emotions I felt coming from them, or what I imagined to be the pictures going through their heads I guess! You're right, it is hard to explain, maybe we both sound mad haha.

    And as for feeling other peoples emotions, that means you're highly empathic

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    If I ever ended up on the dating scene again for sure! I have two boys and a responsibility to make the very best choices for them. I could not do anything to jeapordise their well being by hooking up with a peodophile or gambler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HillDweller View Post
    Well I don't think you're mad, I know what you mean.

    On the knowing when someone's lying part, for me, when I was younger I used to describe it as "their words aren't matching their pictures Mum" and I meant what was coming out of their mouth was not matching the emotions I felt coming from them, or what I imagined to be the pictures going through their heads I guess! You're right, it is hard to explain, maybe we both sound mad haha.

    And as for feeling other peoples emotions, that means you're highly empathic
    Lol, in the words of Luna from Harry Potter - Don't worry, you're just as sane as I am.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tildy View Post
    Ill try, you may just think I am mad. I can feel what other people are feeling. Even sometimes their physical ailments but always their emotions. Certain combinations of emotions set off my warning bells cause it means that person is lying or hiding something.
    That would be mighty useful!!

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    It certainly has it's perks. Makes crowds and parties a bit yucky though.

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    if I found out that a prospective partner did a background check on me I would probably think HE is the dodgey one and quickly walk away...

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