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  • 1. Voice over Trapped No More I was only five when every thing changed. A car accident in SirLanka in 1998 killed my father and injured all my family members including me. A family friend gave each of my siblings and me a teddy each that was banged up with each of are individual injuries. My teddy’s had its left leg banged up. It wasn’t until we arrived in North Wales 1999 that I started acting up like a dog. I always wanted to wear this particular Dalmatian outfit. It had to be washed over night so that I would be able to wear it the next day. Along with that I would drink my drink like a dog, bark like a dog and even going on my hands and knees lick a dog. The reason I acted in this way was because I was traumatised and it was my way of grieving for the lost of my dad.

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