Monthly Archives: July 2013

The House I Didn’t Remember

Recently my mind sent me an invitation to a memory; I received an image of a pink ball bouncing on a driveway, and heard a voice calling out.  I was five years old, and playing on the lot of a … Continue reading

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Triangulation Destroys Authenticity

I recently had an epiphany of sorts.  I realized that the way my mother triangulated my sister after she left for college, making her a virtual third parent and constantly complaining, lying and provoking her about me was truly sick … Continue reading

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