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Killing Her Softly

She never guessed the lengths he would go to get rid of her…

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My Mother’s German Clock

My mother was a hard, cold woman. There is no need to sugar coat it, though I hate to say it. That was, quite simply. her personality. That doesn’t mean I didn’t love her. I did. I just didn’t like

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Emotional Child Abuse: Mother and Little Girl

In a previous post, IĀ told you a story about a little girl I once knew. Although most of this ongoing story is about the little girl, I want to introduce you to Mother. Maybe a small part of Mother’s story

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A Child’s Salvation — the Horse

It’s the week of the Preakness and perhaps that’s why I’m thinking about horses. The Preakness is important here in Kentucky. It’s the second jewel in the Triple Crown and this girl hopes Nyquist will wear it. Not only am

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Posted in anxiety, Emotional Child Abuse, Horses, Memorial Day, Uncategorized
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