Monthly archive for ‘ June, 2011 ’

How to Comfort a Rape Victim

30th June 2011 | 1 Comment

I have an amazing brother. I have three really and two are so much older than me, our lives do not touch very often. In my shame and fear after the rape, I did not and still have not told most of my family what happened. This brother somehow found my blog, and wrote me […]


Jesus Models – The Positive

20th June 2011 | 0 Comments

God never leaves us alone, never forsakes us. In His mercy, He gives us other humans to fellowship with. By His grace, He gave me a step father who does a much better job of modeling the Heavenly Father – earthly child design. With integrity and unconditional love, he accepted our family and did an […]


Jesus Models – The Lessor

19th June 2011 | 1 Comment

We may have many people who represent Jesus in our lives. We definitely all have a parent and that is the primary way we learn about the parent/child relationship and thus God the Father’s relationship to His children. Many of us, including myself, had at least one parent who was much more representative of the […]


Healing Scars

18th June 2011 | 2 Comments

I have what I consider ugly scars both from his knife and from my own. Twice I tried to cut out the scars he left behind because most of them are in such a visible spot I get tired of looking at them, knowing why they are there. Once triggered by them, it is hard to get […]


Velveteen Love

17th June 2011 | 1 Comment

Tomorrow is the one year anniversary of the rape that I reported, which ended up being a drug out nightmare because of the detectives challenges to me, the ignorance of the medical staff, and the inexperience of the police officers. Today I have much anxiety, on and off nausea, and a difficulty with dissociation. Outside of that, […]


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