Burglaries can be very distressing
And lastly – any ‘American’ words that the BBC incessently rams down our throat to change our language (eg look how quickly they implimented ‘Key’ as a replacement for ‘important);
Peace at last Babara – I won’t even get started on the way England has been allowed to change for the worse over the course of my 69 years on this planet. BEING burgled can be very distressing and unsettling as a good friend found out, but even worse is the fact they knew the culprits.
The items did not have large monetary value, but the jewellery, memory boxes and tributes to lost loved ones were sentimental and of no use to anyone else.
They were a vital tool in helping them express feelings and feel close after loss, helping them keep strong and without these items they can feel lost.
It’s not like a TV or stereo or other larger items and it needs to be taken more seriously as it leaves a long lasting impact and makes people feel vulnerable.
Also I would through your page like to wish Alexandra Endleswick of Northolt a belated Happy Birthday.
Alexandra has worked in soup kitchens for the homeless in South Bank and helped to counsel people with addictions and other issues
during her Psychology course.