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“Before the age of five, I was tried and found guilty of advocating for my mother.  At the time, I did not realize the oppressive and suppressive nature of fear. My father did not have to sentence me.  I sentenced myself with the prison bars of confusion and doubt

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A Reminder From Nature That Fear Is Learned

As my children and I were heading out to the garden, we saw a startled deer out of our living room window. And when my son opened the patio door, it was no surprise that the deer sprinted away. As I walked out to my garden, I spotted another deer on the other side of […]

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Nothing Happens Overnight

After I graduated from undergraduate and landed an RN position at my place of employment, I moved out of my mother’s and house and found an apartment right off highway 70. During this period of stillness, I started researching child sexual abuse and incest. I learned about child sexual abuse prevalence, risk factors, and short […]

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