The overwhelming love and support you all have shown me has been wonderful. Thank you for refueling my faith in humanity, I am grateful for the hearts of gold that still exist in this world. One day I dream of being able to have more pictures then I can count of my beautiful children. They are the very best of me and the greatest thing I have ever done. My living masterpieces and my magnum opus. Thank you again for helping give me hope, please keep sharing my fundraising link (click on the picture) so that my dream may become a reality.
The Cost of Justice is High, but a Mother’s Love is Priceless
For everyone who has followed my blogs, you already know the outline of my story. The end is in sight and I am truly at a loss on how to undertake this last battle. I am depleted on emotionally and monetarily; it is my hope that you all will read and share the link below because I will not give up the fight for my son. Or let a dollar sign dictate his future. Thank you everyone for all your support.
I wanted to post a brief update explaining my lack of activity. Be assured this is NOT that blog that gets built up and encourages followers only to let it waste away by discontinuing it’s use.
I have commitment issues but not when it comes to writing.
Anyway, my point is that I’ve been scarce due to court preparations for custody battle XXX111. The sheer volume of appearances and steps mandated in a fully contested custody dispute is ridiculous, not to mention expensive. Particularly when it pertains to someone trying to acquire their rights back, regardless of the general acknowledgement that there were never any findings to substantiate their loss. February 28th is post judgement mediation, legal speak for “forcing you to show your face and pay your lawyer so we can tell you there’s nothing anyone can change until trial in April.”
What I’m told is “We understand it’s hard and what he’s doing isn’t right but the court has a process to follow.”
You have no idea.
I think it’s so important for us all to remember how deeply our words and actions can affect the world around us. Everyone deserves love and respect
Practically every dissociative trauma survivor that I have ever spoke to has said to me at some point in time or another, that they have felt hated, truly hated. What’s worse, they didn’t feel hated by strangers — they felt hated by their loved ones. They felt hated by their mothers, their fathers, their siblings, their spouses, their children, their friends. They felt hatred from the very people they cared the most about.
What effect does feeling hated have on someone?
How does this experience change someone’s life?
It’s a natural human response to want to feel liked, loved, cherished, treasured. Children very much want to be the in the spotlight for their parents, the apples of their eyes. They each want to feel special, and to be treated like they are the most important person on earth. This is normal for children. It is part of a…
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