When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 6

Just say no This post—When the Need to Forgive Has Been Hidden—has taken us down some interesting roads. After we…

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When the need to forgive has been hidden, part 5

From darkness to light In the last series, I thanked God for showering me with my favorite things, like chocolate,…

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The big why, part 1 of 8

Two flavors, same ending Think about an experience that went much better than you anticipated. My mom’s funeral was certainly…

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The trauma of child abuse: from denial to healing, part 3 of 4

Brandon and Frankie Ann When Victim #1 in a very sick family (i.e., Our Perfect Family) gets married, this throws…

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The apology, part 1 of 2

Sincere or insincere? Here’s the biggest shock in this interesting chain of events. Uncle Henry texted Brandon an apology shortly…

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Sneak attack impact, part 2 of 2

The dream and September’s second sneak attack September was a hoppin’, happenin’ month—lots of family birthdays, two sneak attacks, a…

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The sneak attack, part 3 of 6

Uncle Henry’s letter, paragraph 2 I’m duplicating the Red Flags for Sociopaths list from the last post—The Sneak Attack, part…

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The sneak attack, part 2 of 6

Uncle Henry’s letter, paragraph 1 Intro Peaceful Readers, in this six-part post, I’ll continue using the new nicknames that go…

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Escaping from the war zone, part 2 of 2

A response to evil Intro Peaceful Readers, in this two-part post, I’ll be using some new nicknames that go along…

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