Lock Up the Cr*zy B*tch: Disability and Abuse

Bobby, the man who lived across the hall from us, targeted me for sustained stalking, sexual abuse, and psychological torture because I am a Disabled Woman. This was his pattern. In fact, Corona Manors on Capitol Hill in Denver was the perfect place to prey on Disabled Women. When we moved in the property manager, … Continue reading Lock Up the Cr*zy B*tch: Disability and Abuse

I Woke Up

It will have almost been a year soon. The beginning of September since I was last raped by my neighbor. It has been on my mind a lot as September approached and now that it has arrived. Last September was the worst of my life. It was the worst month of my life. I had to get a pelvic exam to check for damage on my birthday. Yea, my birthday is in September. My favorite time of year, autumn. Worst month of my life. Worst year of my life.

Coping with the Seemingly Improbable: Revictimization

As animals we see patterns. In fact, it is the ability to see patterns that helped us learn, that helps all living things learn. But we do not always understand the patterns and we draw false patterns such as with conspiracies, stereotypes, and superstitions. We draw false beliefs concerning patterns and when your mind and … Continue reading Coping with the Seemingly Improbable: Revictimization