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Grieving and Healing in A Time of Crisis

As summer wound down this year I found myself going through an extremely volatile and unstable period, constantly triggered and impulsive, unable to calm myself for longer then a few hours or really understand why it was happening. This brought … Continue reading

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The Pretense of “Both Sides” When You’re The One Being Abused

When I was 9 years old I broke down crying and confessed to my sister how much my older brother had been abusing me on a daily basis since she went away, she said to me “C’mon Caden, I’ve seen … Continue reading

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The Lessons of Abandonment

There was a time in my childhood when there had been a counterbalance (what Alice Miller refers to as enlightened witnesses) weighing against the abuse I suffered in our family.  Of the most predominant was my older sister, who I … Continue reading

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