KenJ
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KenJ

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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    SW Ohio, USA
    Occupation:
    Retired
    Biography:
    Born in the late 1930s when the US was recovering from the Depression and before WWII, TV, home air conditioning, and Participation Trophies. I knew when I was four or five that “I” was separate from my body and recalled being able to leave it at will and had several other paranormal experiences.
    I had a very physical and full life until I had a life-changing brain injury (industrial accident) when I was thirty-three, on the day/hour of our thirteenth wedding anniversary, that resulted in the loss of use of my legs and left arm. After returning from the hospital/rehab of six month I found that my wife saw me as someone that “ruined” her life and remained distant. Not wanting to be branded a “deserter” was worse for her than a divorce, and for me, divorce was a failure and I was determined to make that marriage succeed (and raise my three daughters) so we stayed together until I gave up after twenty-five more years.
    Now happily re-married and retired after working for forty-one years (three professions), going to school/college for twenty-five years, and the remaining years being a kid, healing, and being retired. NOTE: My ex-wife is also happily re-married after fulfilling her roll during that period of my life.

    (ENTJ, sometimes ENFJ and INFJ depending upon the test, very close to center on I/E and F/T scales)
    Occupation:
    Retired ironworker, counselor, and programmer
    I like designing "things", building, CNC woodworking, and reading.
    Old enough to have three daughters, one step-daughter, two grandsons, three granddaughters, and three great-granddaughters.