A review of Panmure House School Support by Brian gracie written on Saturday 5th of May 2012
My names brian gracie i was the first one through the doors of panmurehouse in the old days oof mr demarco mr simpson what days they were to me i was into all kinds of trouble the thing i do remember most when i do talk about my past is there safe and the staff first wage packets sorry to say i was of with them what a time me and the boys had even went into jennyhos pub were the staff were drinking oh yes i did offer them a drink unone to them till the morning with there wages i was there becouse i was suviouring from behaviour and personality disoders from a 1965 road accident it took me to 1994 to find that one out but today im crime free what a fight that was but today im free of all my pains of my past life i do go through flash back and night mares at time some times it passes me by some times it takes me weeks to get over them i take one day at a time and look to my own kids it gets me through what im going through what i say to u kids who are locked up in our system dont give up on your self it took flash backs to get me sorted out 1994 was my best year ive been crime free ever since if that didnt happen to me i would still be committing crimes in and out of prisons year in year out all the best [ brian gracie ].
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