Monthly Archives: June 2015

Rude People and Nice People! Here’s My Response!

Two days ago I had my first re-blog. I also received my first really rude, mean rejection letter for a short story I submitted to an anthology yesterday. I thought both deserved an appropriate response.  How’s that for an interesting … Continue reading

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Surviving the Narcissistic Parent: ACoNs (Adult Children of Narcissists)

Originally posted on The Invisible Scar:
April is Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention month. At The Invisible Scar, we are focusing on emotional child abuse, such as the various types, how to help emotionally abused children,  resources for healing, adult…

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10 Huge Misconceptions About Emotional Child Abuse

Originally posted on The Invisible Scar:
[via Neal Sanche] “How could you have been abused?” a grossly misinformed person in an adult survivor’s life may say. “You had a roof over your head, food in your belly, clothes, and no…

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I May Not Be Religious, But I Do Believe In Hope

Originally posted on Shatter The Silence:
I’m not religious at all. I had gone to a Catholic school for elementary school and half of my middle school life till I finally transferred to a public school. At the Catholic schools…

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Catcalling Is A Form of Agression.

Catcalling is a form of aggression towards women. I and many other women have expressed that they don’t feel safe when a man yells out at them when they are in public.  Shouting, “Hey, Baby!” doesn’t feel like a compliment to … Continue reading

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