Monthly Archives: October 2015

PROTECT THE CHILDREN!

Parents are awkward and resistant about telling their children about child molestation, and even moreso about incest!  They easily warn them about kidnapping, which is rare, but not about being molested. As David Finkelhor points out,  if parents do warn … Continue reading

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Kafka’s Journal

According to Susan Cain (Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, 86),  Kafka wrote that  “writing means revealing oneself to excess, that utmost of self-revelation and surrender, in which a human being , when involved … Continue reading

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My Regret

My main regret about having Mandy is that my other three children got short-changed. I don’t know where I would have gotten the energy from, but  I wish somehow I could have done things differently.  When Mandy was born one … Continue reading

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Excerpts from SHATTERED BOUNDARIES

Pg. 57-58: “As I survey the masses of beings I realize that I don’t believe any of what I’m seeing. Am I awake or asleep? I look up at the station clock to see if the second hand progresses logically … Continue reading

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Excerpt from FALLOUT:

Here I am, waiting for the final proof of my book to be completed, and my process hasn’t stopped, but continues. This is going to sound crazier to the reader than anything to date, but it is bringing me a … Continue reading

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Keep the Workshops Open

If you become aware of a movement in your state to close workshops for the mentally challenged, please oppose it.  There is a movement afoot in Ohio, and I understand they’ve put some mentally challenged individuals on their board to … Continue reading

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