Abuse, Depression, Suicide, tragedy, Write From My Heart

The Pit

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How was I going to escape this pit?

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30 Days Of Me!, Abuse, Depression, Music, Personally Me

30 Days of Me ….. Music I Listen To When I Need Hope

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But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.  Isaiah 40:31

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10 Things Parents Should Never Say To Children

A parent of great wrath will pay the penalty, for if you deliver him, you will only have to do it again. Proverbs 19:19

The things you say, positive or negative, can have a huge effect on your children’s lives, not only as a child, but as a teenager, as an adult and as a parent of their own children. Continue reading “10 Things Parents Should Never Say To Children”

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How To Know When You Are the Victim of Narcissistic Abuse

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I was swimming in a wave-pool when I decided I wanted to get out.  Looking around, the narrow end was a lot further away than the sides of the pool, so I swam for the side.  I was not the best of swimmers, but I could swim enough to get by.  As I swam toward the side of the pool to what I perceived to be safety, I suddenly was hit with a horrible realization. Continue reading “How To Know When You Are the Victim of Narcissistic Abuse”

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10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Commit To A Relationship


One thing I often hear is “If I only knew!”  Well, there are some ways you can know.  You just have to know what to look for. The clues are there hidden in plain sight. Continue reading “10 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Commit To A Relationship”

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When the PTSD Survivor Becomes The Abuser

She was just five years old when her father was gravely injured in a horrific act of terrorism.  They weren’t sure for awhile if he would live or die.  His life hung in the balance for seven weeks before he was declared out of the woods.   And her life would never be the same.   Continue reading “When the PTSD Survivor Becomes The Abuser”

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Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones But It’s Not The Only Way To Hurt Me

SticksStonesSquare     I decided to venture into the topic of a lesser known and acknowledged type of abuse and that is Verbal/Emotional Abuse.  No, the abuse is not lashing out with fists and belts but the welts it leaves are just as deep and just as hurtful and can last just as long if not longer due to the fact that is often is not recognized. Continue reading “Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones But It’s Not The Only Way To Hurt Me”