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Reminder of NARSOL’s helpline open on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

For everyone who may be feeling more lonely and depressed as Christmas draws nearer, NARSOL wishes to remind you of our fully staffed helpline opening at 7 a.m. eastern time on Christmas Eve. The volunteers who will be manning the lines all have intimate knowledge of what being on the registry is like and how difficult holidays can be, and they are happy to “be there” for anyone who needs a listening ear. Here are the details:

The holiday helpline will be open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. eastern time on both December 24 and December 25. Three volunteers will be staffing the phones during almost all of the shifts. The only way your call would not be answered live is if all three of the volunteers for that time period are taking calls. If that should happen, please wait a few minutes and call again.

The number to call is 888-997-7765, extension 2. Be sure to dial the extension, as that is the ONLY one being answered live on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Your phone number will not show up on the volunteers’ caller IDs because your call is being routed through the NARSOL switchboard number.

SAVE this number and extension. Pass it on to other persons affected by public registration. And here’s hoping you have the best holiday ever. If not – NARSOL is here for you.

While NARSOL representatives will be available to act in a supportive or peer-like role and may provide useful and appropriate resources and information to individuals who contact the helpline, NARSOL representatives are comprised of volunteers who ARE NOT licensed legal or clinical professionals and cannot provide legal, medical, or psychiatric advice. NARSOL does not condone and is not responsible for any illicit or illegal behavior.

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Thank you so much for all your help and hard work!

So the registry is so oppressive, abusive, and detrimental to the life of those on it that we have to fear for suicide and have suicide prevention and counseling services available to counter the effects of the justice system.

Pretty much, ya. I’ve struggled with depression since my early teens, but I had never really contemplated suicide like I have since I’ve been on the registry. And being that I’ve also struggled to make social connections throughout my life due to autism spectrum and general social anxiety (and having gone through life single for the most part), the holidays are a reminder of how alone I am. I spend the holidays with family, but if they weren’t around I almost certainly wouldn’t be here anymore.

I can’t Thank you enough. It really, really means a lot.

Let’s all raise a glass to being regulated not punished. Alone on Christmas Eve once again. Nothing like vodka and self pity to justify poor decisions… I hope society is much safer now that we are regulated.

I have hope that Santa provides the opportunity to unseat the unelected and dishonorable Chief Justice John Roberts. No man of such inclination or belief that SOR’s electronic indenture as civil can be a leader of free men. A property is a property, it’s maintenance forces subservience man to machine. Data is a commodity of the information age. While a guilty man may not dispute a legitimate broadcasts via database machine, he may dispute the maintenance of the machine. Free men are paid to maintain machines, the registrant pays for the surveillance of supervision. Mr. Roberts is a plain liar, but money and power does that to folks especially Americans.

Honestly, during the holidays I reflect on my crime, am saddened and remorseful. How do victims of cp deal with the holidays. are they ok or not. I caused pain to children and it hurts me tremendously. It was extremely out of charecter for me which is confusing. County imposed treatment thinks I’m a pedophile end of story. They have a lot to learn too.

Yes, CP is a terrible crime to be involved with; however, CP on the internet could not happen without the cooperation and the turning a blind eye of a whole lot of people and organizations in the chain. From the ISP, to the browser, the those making it, any banks or financial institutions transferring money, credit cards, possibly the OS, and certainly law enforcement and the federal government. In my case the police were watching a site, allowing it to operate and collecting IP’s of all who visited it. Our federal government deems it illegal, but makes no concerted effort in disabling the sites targeting the US market. The US government was able to disable an Iranian nuclear reactor that was protected by a free air firewall, but they can’t seem to protect the American public from some amateur hack posting home photos on a PC. I used a credit card to purchase items, why wasn’t the bank held accountable for allowing the sale? I’ll take my share of the responsibility, but the problem is I am the only one in the chain that was held responsible. I could not have viewed the images without the help of a whole lot of people. So one of their techniques is to make you feel guilty and shameful, when many people are currently responsible and still doing it.

The internet porn industry is causing thousands to go to prison ..first they get you addicted to porn .. then intice the viewer to go further and further into their forbidden sites out of boredom .. just like gambling
Many are getting help with the FAP organization
Featured in GQ magizine
Nothing is being done to warn of the dangers of internet porn in the media
Or the word sex offender makes people think Child molester .. urinating shooting the moon .. etc is not child molesting

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