Tag Archives: domestic violence

#MaybeHeDoesntHitYou #MaybeHeDoesntDeserveYou

A powerful campaign has been around for awhile #maybehedoesnthityou.  Women are tweeting how their intimate partner emotionally abuses them and it is making more aware of the dangers behind emotional abuse.  I think it extends far past just men and can … Continue reading

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PTSD is Real

My heart is breaking I see you disassociating I see the fear in your eyes The sea is not calm and your heart is broken You hear noises, but they remind you of the past and not the present You … Continue reading

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Mending a broken heart

I see your heart is aching, but I don’t know how to fix it. I see your young eyes looking up to me for guidance and it hurts. Your innocence was taken to young. You are triggered and no one … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence- The Final Act

So this will be my last piece on my former physical and sexual domestic violence.  I am still entrenched in trauma as we share Landry together and their have been multiple emotional, verbal and psychological traumas and domestic disturbances.  He … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence- Act II

This piece is a continuation of the Breaking the Silence Blogs. He left from college and I began to see a different person.  He got on medicines for depression and I thought he was changing.  It was hard being apart, … Continue reading

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Silence

They tell us not to hurt anyone’s feelings. Words hurt more than anything. If you have nothing nice to say then say nothing at all. We grow up in this world believing that silence is the way. It’s best to … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence

Silence is a word that is too often overlooked.  We are told to be silent and walk away if someone antagonizes us.  If you have nothing nice to say it is better to say nothing at all.  We are taught … Continue reading

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