I'm so beyond confused right now. I don't know how I feel about anything it seems. My husband is behind bars. For the first time in weeks I feel safe, I can leave the house without having an anxiety attack that I will run into him accidentally. But the monster is never far. It's become an ever… Continue reading The world suffers a lot. Not because of the violence of bad people, but because of the silence of good people.
You looked at me today with malice pouring from your eyes. I did not sway. I did not falter. I looked right back at you. For a moment I felt sad. Sad that we made it to this point. Sad that no matter what we tried, you wouldn't change. I was angry at you for… Continue reading Black heart.
Three weeks before the Incident we had a blow out. You told me you wanted to go out with your friends and not deal with the kids. We didn't see or hear from you for two weeks. I should never have reached out to you after that. Your intentions were clear and I ignored them. You wanted… Continue reading You got what you wanted.
I think you must have gone off the deep end or maybe you lost your mind. Your blatant disregard for the laws and rules set upon you is baffling to me. And on top of that, you are doing things you've always told me you wouldn't do. Hiding from the police? Who is this new… Continue reading Stranger
Daddy! She cries In her sleep To the skies. Stop it! Don't hurt us! She trembles And hides. She tosses and turns For part of the night. I lay next to her And listen And pray she's alright. Moaning and groaning She lays in the bed, Tears on her pillow Sweat on her head. The… Continue reading A daughters cry
Break ups are hard. Period. Emotions, whether lost or broken, are complicated and stressful for both sides. However, when a break up is the result of domestic violence, the road is much harder. Feelings get hurt by outcomes that neither party is ready for. Both sides lose the ability to make choices in all matters, choices… Continue reading The ones who suffer in the end are the children.
You were warned I would not allow the abuse to continue. I doubt you believed me. Doubt you thought I called 911. There were so many signs you would succumb to the darkness inside you. So many time I prayed to God for a sign if I should continue to stay and try to help… Continue reading The signs were everywhere, I just couldn’t see them.