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Being a "rookie"

It’s strange how we always want what we can’t have; when we’re a rookie were desperate for experience, envious of our superiors but when that slowly becomes us, do we become jealous of our fresh faced colleagues? 449 more words


How Many Victims Of Gun Violence? A Lot More Than You Think.

Now that we are getting down to crunch time, stories are beginning to appear about how HRC is beginning to look beyond the election and starting to plan how things will work once she gets down to work. 623 more words


Sometimes It Takes a While to Take the First Step

This past summer, I spoke at an event about my journey of healing from childhood sexual abuse. A few days ago, I received this email from a fellow survivor, just as he wrote it: 648 more words

Sticks, Stones and Arrows

Train wrecks. The media loves them, viewers love to watch them and people love to observe one in action. Why the obsession with this? Why the demand to know? 753 more words

Life Beyond PTSD

I Trust You

As I child and adolescent I was abused. I was bullied in school, at home and at church. There were always many reasons given for the pain others inflicted on me, whether it was emotional, physical or sexual. 669 more words

Everything Else

Embers of the Afterglow

Turning around to see where I had been

I noticed the sun tending to

the embers of the afterglow.

Etching the memory deep into my mind, and spirit… 54 more words

Blog Posts

You don't know everything 

Sometimes I share too much, and sometimes I don’t share at all.

I don’t share certain aspects in my life, because I have a need to protect others. 282 more words

Suicide Awareness