Category Archives: Shame

Kinda Preachy?

While continuing my discard trip through ages of hoarding the written word, I’m about to discard the following, but cheating and saving it here: The majority of people are born with one head, two arms and two legs. They have … Continue reading

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Juneteenth  – A Re-blog from Booking Anita

Source: Juneteenth  I TRIED TO RE-BLOG THIS EXCELLENT POST BUT….

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MY AUTHOR’S NOTE

I look in the mirror and see a strangely content woman losing her femininity to the neutering of old age.  I’m not sure why I cover the gray. Perhaps I want to be seen as someone still to be reckoned … Continue reading

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FREEING SHAME

Davis speaks of survivors who feel ashamed of their sexual feelings. Many times “survivors feel their bodies betrayed them when they were children: they responded sexually to abuse. This is one of the deepest pockets of shame many survivors carry” … Continue reading

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