Below is a collection of milestones and events that occurred in 2019. We share these with you because so many of you have helped us get this far and were instrumental in our successes.
As we move into 2020, our hope is that you continue your support — think of someone with whom we should meet, donate a card for someone in need, and like, comment, and share our social posts.
Happy New Year!
Lee Iacocca died on Tuesday at the age of 94. This made me sad because unbeknownst to many, he had saved my life.
When I was reeling from the trauma of so many years of child abuse and domestic violence and knowing this was not the life I wanted, I had an epiphany while watching the movie Nightmare on Elm Street (another story). In order to overcome a life filled with depression and two suicide attempts, I needed to be a different “me” but had no idea where to start. …
Many years ago, I remember watching the movie Nightmare on Elm Street. There’s a scene in the movie where Glen is on a bridge talking to his girlfriend Nancy.
You ever read about the Balinese way of dreaming?
They got a whole system they call ‘dream skills’. So, if you have a nightmare, for instance like falling, right?
Instead of screaming and getting nuts, you say, okay, I’m gonna make up my mind that I fall into a magic world where I can get something special, like a poem or song.
There is so much news concerning Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh that I had to speak up about my own observations.
I have read all sorts of strongly worded comments on Facebook of people jumping to one conclusion or another without knowing any facts of the case. As Kavanaugh is facing confirmation to the Supreme Court, it would be irresponsible of him, as a judge, to want any situation to be judged without proper due diligence. Would he allow that in his courtroom?
As for the accuser, she should be heard. She was young when this allegedly occurred…
Giving Victims a Legal Voice