Come in and relaxEvery day is a gift, and I'm slowly learning to treat each day as a new opportunity to learn, live, and grow. If you've stumbled upon this blog, you will see that it is currently a work in progress, but my ultimate goal is to have it become a resource for other victims and survivors of domestic violence. I want to show that life can go on, and that the scars do fade. Thoughts and suggestions are most welcome!
Author Archives: Sandra
Just when you think everything is going smoothly, there is always a wrench thrown into the works. Right now, I’m terribly nervous about tomorrow. To make a long story short, the ex seems to think that he’s getting the baby … Continue reading
I just got a phone call from my step-daughter’s orchestra teacher. 2 years ago, I would have taken it in stride. It would have been the norm, because the school always contacted me first. No big deal. Today is a … Continue reading
I find it interesting how things about the abuse will pop into my head randomly. I really don’t conciously think about that period of my life anymore, but more often than I’d like things pop into my head. Sometimes, I’ll … Continue reading
Since October, I’ve come to realize how much I truly loathe my husband/abuser. I’m so grateful that I trusted my gut instincts and told him that I wasn’t ready to move back in with him in September. He showed his … Continue reading
So much has happened. I need to work on getting this blog running again. I’m still battling my abuser in court, but I’m not letting him get to me anymore. I am so happy that I didn’t make the mistake … Continue reading
I’ve been having so much anxiety and depression this week over turning 30 on Sunday. It’s not the number at all. I don’t care about that. My problem is that I feel like I should be at a better place … Continue reading