Tag Archives: Memoir

We Have To Be Carefully Taught

We Have To Be Carefully Taught By Angela B. Chrysler You’ve got to be taught To hate and fear, You’ve got to be taught From year to year, It’s got to be drummed In your dear little ear You’ve got to be carefully taught. You’ve got to be taught to be afraid Of people whose […]

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Parenting with PTSD

Parenting with PTSD by Angela B. Chrysler   Our household consists of two adults—a mother and step-father—and three children all of whom are from the first marriage. Whenever a step-parent enters the equation, chemistry and relationships are sure to conflict, authority is compromised, and power wars commence. It’s been seven years since my husband—a best […]

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Six Months

Continued from Broken… Judith: “So… It’s almost November,” Judith said with a small smile. She tried to hold back the pride, but I could see it in her eyes. I had come a long way in six months. One fourth of my therapy was almost over. Elizabeth: “It is,” I said. William: “What are your […]

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The Voiceless

At long last. Here is an article I finally can write. It is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. No doubt we’ve seen countless information this month about abused women. No doubt, you will see countless more “save the abused women” this month. I do not discredit these cries of awareness toward woman. This article does not […]

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