9 thoughts on “#MeToo

    1. I wrote this as a reminder to myself, a way of telling myself to snap out of it and come back to the present. And you’re right, there is nothing I can do to change what happens. Once a child is broken they are consigned to living lives in spite of what was done. And that’s why survivors have to speak out…

      Children have a right to safety, protection, good food and everything they need to face the challenges of adulthood.

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    1. Agreed Paula. It’s not just the physical abuse, it’s the gaslighting of the abuser and his or her complicit enablers. There are people in this world who have no sense of right or wrong. To them, life is a game and the rest of us are suckers.

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