Monthly Archives: March 2014

Disapproval

Last night I woke myself up crying and talking in my sleep.  I was crying out the words “I can’t take it anymore.“ In real life, one of our older sons told us on a recent phone call that he … Continue reading

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The dark places

I wrote about an okay day.  Those are the norm, with the power struggles and undercurrents that you just navigate as status quo.  The good days are like a drug.  A sensation of bittersweet hope courses through your soul, because … Continue reading

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An okay day

Yesterday was okay.  An okay day can include a degree of frustration or draining interaction, and still make it into the okay category for me.  Yesterday, it was work related.  Every morning, I spend time in a meeting with my … Continue reading

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Accountability

Just as we can be in fog about what we’re living with, just as we can be desensitized to enduring abusive behaviors,  it stands to reason that a person could be equally dull and blind to their behaviors, and disconnected … Continue reading

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He loves me

When I wrote about my two husbands, I really mean that it doesn’t seem like he has mood swings, but is like two entirely different men.  The sad thing is that it’s come to the point that when he’s being … Continue reading

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How someone can help

The scary and crazy thing about feeling crazy is what you can experience when you try to talk about it.   You can meet with: A: disbelief that someone is actually treating you that way (possibly because the person listening has … Continue reading

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What outsiders see

I just read another post at:  http://passiveaggressiveabuse.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/visiting-my-sisters/#comment-5538 Part of it was about arriving home from a visit with family to find her husband boiling some leftover turkey, turkey that a few days before she’d asked him to not take out … Continue reading

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