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Golden City, MO

Family members with disabled Children.

“We treat all children the same. We don't consider their disability an excuse, but, rather, a point of motivation. ...When you enter our home you no longer see children with special needs, but a family who meets the needs of special children!” much love Tam  (Jan 12, 2013 | post #1)

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Whats the best way to start your own small shop?

A Florist shop=)  (May 11, 2010 | post #3)

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Whats the best way to start your own small shop?

With little or no money to start.  (Feb 22, 2010 | post #1)

Golden City, MO

Small town values..

Where your judged for your actions, your values, your work, what you have instead of what you didn't have.  (Feb 22, 2010 | post #1)

Golden City, MO

Storms that hit G.C. Friday.

There were lots of kind hearted people out cleaning up after yesterday storms.  (May 9, 2009 | post #1)

Golden City, MO

Welcome Home P.F.C.Forste..

My son Finished his Basic & A.I.T Training.This Momma's Proud.Way to go AARRon!!My Daughter,Son-in -law are currently in Germany with my two Youngest G-babies.God Bless All our Armed Forces.  (May 9, 2009 | post #1)

Golden City, MO

Why do some women put up with abuse from there mate?

Verbal abuse escalates and often turns into physical abuse. And everyone knows physical abuse escalates. Physical abuse of women in domestic violence is well-documented. Health care and law enforcement professionals are trained to look for abuse of women. In addition, shelters, counseling, and other help is readily available for the asking. Verbal abuse escalates and turns into physical abuse over time. Everyone knows physical abuse escalates. Yet married and single women are battered, injured, and even killed by their mates and boyfriends each year. Why? 12 signs of an abuser... 1. Jealous. 2. Blames others (including you) for his faults. 3. Blames circumstances for his problems. ("If only I had a job, I wouldn't be so upset"). 4. His behaviour is unpredictable. 5. He belittles you verbally. 6. He cannot control his anger. 7. He always asks for a second chance. 8. He says he'll change, that he won't do it again. 9. His family resolves problems with violence. 10. He plays on your guilt. (If you loved me, you'd...") 11. His behaviour often worsens when he uses alcohol or drugs. 12. He is close-minded. His way is the only way. Low self-esteem, denial, a feeling that "things will get better," fear for her children, etc. are the reasons women stay in abusive relationships. Here are some numbers that maybe useful for you or someone that you know.God bless you all. National Domestic Violence Hotline 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) 1-800-787-3224 (TDD)  (Jan 6, 2009 | post #1)

Q & A with Tammy Forste

Headline:

Little moments...

Hometown:

Golden City

Neighborhood:

Quite:)

Local Favorites:

The band,"Sober Judge."

I Belong To:

Myself:)

When I'm Not on Topix:

I'm enjoying my Five Grandbabies!

Read My Forum Posts Because:

It will touch your heart.

I'm Listening To:

The sound of my fireplace.

Read This Book:

Boundries,by dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsent

Favorite Things:

Loving on my Grandbabies & Helping people when I can.

On My Mind:

A lot:)

Blog / Website / Homepage:

[email protected]

I Believe In:

God,Family.love & small town values.