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Roads to Redemption

I blame her.

I have a friend who is married to someone who abuses her and their children seven ways ’til Sunday. He doesn’t punch her, and he would throw a fit if he heard it called Abuse. It’s not all the time, maybe… Continue Reading →

Solitary Confinement

Sometimes we look at physical and sexual abuse and know that those are the “bigger”, or “worse” forms. Emotional abuse seems so slight, so minute, so “less than” in the world of punches & rape, but the subtleties of control… Continue Reading →

Redemption

I’ve talked for several years with a good friend and fellow writer about the high cost of redemption. It started to crystallize in my mind when I first became aware of the tragedy of special needs orphans in eastern Europe…. Continue Reading →

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