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Mob Law - The New Vigilantes in My Life Try to Relate. How Sweet - Beware of False Friends

First – I held off as long as I could with this possibility – at least saying too much………………but this is sure helped along by law enforcement and fire fighters. 493 more words

Today's bit of Crazy

There’s so much background I should write as I’m just starting this blog, but seriously, No Time.

You’re going to just have to take my word for it that I handle 95 percent of everything in our household because He just won’t handle anything. 572 more words

Dark Truth Between the Lines

I went through the emails exchanged between my father and me back in 2012 and 2013. I think I know why I forget certain things now. 780 more words

Family Chaos

Sleeping Tiger reblogged this on Sleeping Tiger and commented:

I am slowly going through and editing old posts and taking stuff out of private mode. Since the family BS is coming up again and still, I thought this was an appropriate one to reblog. It was beneficial in a bitter kinda way to come across it. Very sad.

Surviving the Guilt Left Over From Narcissistic Abuse

It has been far, far too long since I posted and I am sorry! In complete transparency I have 5 draft blog posts half-written and staring at me waiting to be finished… but I have been very, extremely distracted with a really crappy situation going on at work. 792 more words

Domestic Abuse

Rage Bunny

Meet Rage Bunny…

Rage Bunny is so cute! Fluffy, soft, inviting. Rage Bunny hangs out places, quietly sitting there.

No one knows Rage Bunny though… Rage Bunny’s cute black beady little eyes reveal nothing from the inside. 61 more words

The two week wait is our Hotel California

The whole thing about infertility that is crazy making boils down to uncertainty and lack of predictability. Every two-week wait (exactly as described in this link… 922 more words


Emotional Abuse – What Does It Look Like?

It’s hard to quantify emotional abuse to people who’ve never experienced it. The insidious, subtle way it washes over you rendering you dull and lifeless – the first sign is often “I used to be so fun, what’s happened to me?” If you’re asking yourself that question, and you genuinely have no idea how it happened, chances are you’ve been a victim of emotional abuse – you just don’t know it. 1,437 more words