Everyday I promise myself, Today's the Day, I will break out of the darkness of my memories and my pain of loss and my fear of criticism and start writing again. Most days I just end up staring at that darn blinking dash, against an intimidating field of white. I can't begin to express or… Continue reading Today
Reblogged from Family Law Reform Today you hold the power. After the election, the power goes to the elected. While you still have the power, investigate the people wanting to represent you in Tallahassee. If you have similar values, vote for them. If not, DON”T VOTE FOR THEM. How can you find out? Click Here… Continue reading Do you know which FL Senator and Rep to vote for? — Family Law Reform-reblog
I was worried about adding an Anonymous video to a post of mine called Not Just Me I am overjoyed to find this post.
Support Anonymous Family Court
Petition · Change.org
We are parents, grandparents and children forced into a corrupt family court system that functions to drain our money, time and future.
When we speak up we are retaliated against by a system of lawyers and judges who take our children, our property and our dignity in an effort to silence us.
We are not fighting the fight they want anymore. We will not have moms fight against dads. We will not force children in the middle to broker solutions for adults. We are not asking. Expect Us.
For every good judge and lawyer, who helped, you will be praised. For every Anonymous whistle blower or Ghost Squad Hacker who helps us speak up and protect families and children, you will be thanked by the success you help create.
View original post 548 more words
Dear Fellow Bloggers, This is an updated reposting of Calling All Bloggers. I am not reposting/re-editing to get "followers" (although of course it makes me feel so much better to know I am not alone). I do not benefit in anyway other than emotionally feeling better and trying to make others feel better from this… Continue reading You are NOT Alone
This is another Excellent and Resourceful reblog gone awry, please follow the link/links below, http://civilrightsinfamilylaw.wordpress.com/ and/or http://floridafamilylawreform.wordpress.com/ Reblog <a href="https://civilrightsinfamilylaw.wordpress.com/2016/09/08/dont-let-family-court-defraud-youfamilies-civil-liberties-union/">https://civilrightsinfamilylaw.wordpress.com/2016/09/08/dont-let-family-court-defraud-youfamilies-civil-liberties-union/</a> I get so emotional and lost in links and my confusion and mistakes in reblogging, it's sometimes hard to give credit where credit is due and credit is definitely due... There are so many… Continue reading Reblog-Be Heard
https://karenwoodall.wordpress.com/2016/10/08/helping-the-hopeless-caring-for-the-alienated-parent/ This is another excellent post, by Karen WoodalI. I wish I could get my thoughts & feelings straight, and keep them straight. Please bear with me there is a point related to Karen's article coming, I'm one of the hopeless ones, 13 years ago my son was basically just taken 4 hours and numerous… Continue reading Reblog Link
Once again an informative reblog from those better than me at putting words to the emotions……Thank you
FEAR!! Yesterday I wrote how most victims of abuse do not feel that any fear is fun or exciting like many do at Halloween. See FEAR… A “Thriller” to Some or a New Reality Show for Abuse Victims. I know that victims who have lived with fear have a different outlook on fear than the general public. Real fear is not fun. Real fear is not exciting. Real fear is not something that anyone really wants to experience. The fear that I am talking about is the kind that makes your heart race, your hands shake, and makes you want to run and hide. The fear where you are constantly looking over your shoulder. The fear that even a phone ringing will send you into a panic.Panic! That’s the name. A fear so intense that a panic response is triggered by something that most people would not even think twice…
View original post 253 more words
This is a reblog, containing excellent examples of the failures in our system & a call for all of us to come together. I have written everyone I could with no response. I am here willingly to help anyway I can.
As I sit down with my morning coffee and become more of an advocate for domestic violence victims, parents and ultimately children, I realize how messed up our system is especially for children of divorce. I met with Landry’s psychologist this week for 2.5 hours and as I listened to her about how Landry’s father’s intentions are good I finally stood up and gave her example after example.
You mean the two times he testified in court that he almost killed Landry because he was drunk and did not react to a medical emergency or when he was responsible for Landry’s medical and he messed that one up. When he testified it was no big deal, because for one I was there as Landry bled out and I reacted while he was drunk on the couch and two it was no big deal because we did not have to call 911…
View original post 753 more words
Some Excellent advise and a great resource
I am currently working on a new project with a colleague who is a whole self practitioner with experience with alienation, work which she recently termed ‘the valley of death’. This conceptualisation of working with parental alienation is very close to my own feelings about this work, which is very much at times like working in the killing fields. Yesterday, in my regular supervision, we were discussing the negative transference, that phenomenon when as a therapist we trigger the alienating parent’s negative projections which then turn towards us instead of or as well as the targeted parent. It made me realise how much the intrapsychic world in which I work and others are forced to live, is draining and toxic to the self and the soul. Which prompted thinking about how to care for the alienated parent, something I am often too focused on children to properly consider. As we are…
View original post 1,745 more words