Category: Surviving Abuse
My family says that the abuse was “Not Bad Enough”. As if the physical evidence is more important than the emotional damage done by a man too weak to control his urges. In this post, I talk about that and begin to dive into the many excuses that people make to deny abuse and blame victims. Just one of many posts to come about the protective factors for Generational Abuse.
On Mondays I have standing (back-to-back) meetings and the kids have individual therapy, so I work in my car. This morning, my hotspot was lagging, and my brain was screaming “You’re not enough”. I dodged questions like dirty looks, hoping no one would notice the lag (they did, of course). In that moment, I felt […]