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I Have a Confession

Please please dear God I am weak. I called the cops to save my son today. He told me my ex-husband has been molesting him. I am angry, devastated, and sick inside. Please forgive my inability to know... [more]
  • I Am a Child Abuse Survivor

    Too Small To Know Better Most people who are child abuse sufferers were abused by their parents. I was abused by my brother both physically and sexually. It was horrible. I remember sitting in the living room with my other sy… [more]
  • I Was Raped and Feel Scared All the Time

    Do You Ever Feel? You ever feel like you don't want to talk about something because it will make it real? That's how I feel. I have been holding this in now for months and I am afraid to let it out. I fell apart so bad… [more]
  • I Was Raped and Feel Scared All the Time

    Scared I have to go to therapy. They want to put me in a hospital for a while. I am scared. I am shaking at the very thought of it. Why is it when the world intrudes on my actual world I want to run away? He… [more]
  • I Battle Depression

    Ptsd Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is the long formal name and I have it. I have had is since i was five when my brother violently ripped my innocence away. I have suffered many bad things at the hands of… [more]
  • Book

    Posted on: March 6th, 2012 at 9:34AM

    I intend to write a book as a way to destress and hopefully create something that i can be proud of and share with the world. I hope you enjoy the first submissions that are coming soon. I would really appreciate your feedback as I go along. Thank you for all your care and support.SummersBreeze… [more]


  • In her arms

    Posted on: March 6th, 2012 at 12:10PM

    The wind through the trees cut  a bitter trail through the summer woodland. Chilled with the high mountains early frost the bite was unseasonably cold. It should have been a warm evening kissed by the humid lake mist that rolls in at even's fall. Instead the toothy edge that tore open the branches, leaving them to fall hung with ice claimed a part of this territory that no human could refute. Some change had over taken the fairytale lands wresting a wound on her that some would come to call as the wolf's bane bite.Here mid the destruction of something once wonderful walked a strange footfall. Pace by pace the nearing steps crunched lightly through frost lain grass and shiny ice crusted flowe… [more]


  • In Her Arms III

    Posted on: April 2nd, 2012 at 10:40AM

    Achy and stiff the morning drug me out of my fitful attempt at slumber. The blinding autumn sunlight mingled with the frosty breath of dawn in a cramped truck cab. The rest stop's simple amenities called me. Stretching and swinging wide my swollen arms and shoulders I hobbled my way across the grass to the restroom. I coughed up a lung as the icy wind caught me by surprise increasing the tingling sensation of the urgent need that sent me jogging into the cool hard yellow tiled room. I almost didn't make it and moaned that relived moan that only long rides, long hours and long slumbers can cause. The blue gray fluorescent lights cast that stark light across the visage in the mirror revealing … [more]


  • In her arms II

    Posted on: March 12th, 2012 at 12:09AM

    The road stretched on like a long black lolling tongue tasting the remnants of the mountain soil and calling me back to the city. I could hear the speedy flap of the tarp. I could scarcely focus on the passing road reflectors as they passed trying to keep awake as night fast fell. Something seemed to beat down my tiny mind. It was the mystery man in my dream. Coincidences are just masks for fate or there are no accidents in God's realm. Either way this feeling of black gathering was too real for this to be a simple dream easily forgotten. I could feel winter's breath down my neck cold a and sharp. I turned up the heater hoping to sooth the sting of the chill I couldn't shake. Blown to furnac… [more]