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The Root of Insanity

Written by Ashcloud

Eyes that can shatter with a fleeting glance,
The pallor of wispy ashes, their steel-like trance.
The flame that never flickers, engulfs the fire of a soul, 255 more words

Poetry

Words are the new sticks and stones.

Everyone’s heard that saying:

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”

I’m sure the expression was created with the best of intentions many years ago, with the message that it’s important to be resilient and have a tougher skin when people say mean things (which is fair enough on some levels and that’s for a whole other blog post), but in all reality, words are so important and shouldn’t be given less significance than physical hurts.

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Just Some Thoughts

Bad Times

Today, my day sucked. Personal stuff is going on and a troll invaded my old blog and picked a fight with me. Note to anyone who may want to start a fight with me on my blog: It’s a very bad idea to mess with someone named Capone.  1,073 more words

Personal

I will never forgive my abusers! Attacking the mainstream brainwashing tools

When you are dealing with abusers it is almost certain you will hear that you need to be ”the better person”, ”forgive and forget”, ”be forgiving to gain inner peace”, ”be a nice christian”.   727 more words

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FORGIVENESS versus Self-Preservation.

I am at a point in my life where there are some things I can’t tolerate anymore, especially while dealing with the stress of having both physical and mental problems. 966 more words

From the Inside Out: Healing victimizing tendencies

“As long as you think that the cause of your problem is “out there”—as long as you think that anyone or anything is responsible for your suffering—the situation is hopeless. 872 more words

Verbal Abuse

Excerpts from my books

I’m currently working on two books, one of which is based on my experience of abuse at the hands of my ex-husband and the complicated, dysfunctional family situation in which I was involved. 131 more words