I’m done.

I’m done talking on this subject. Have I said that before?

This time I mean it. There’s nothing more I wish to say. If inspired maybe I’ll return, but I release any lingering feelings of duty. I’ve paid for my mistakes. I’ve warned others. I’m done.

I’m happy with who and where I am today. I have everything I need. Family. Friends. Love. A purpose. Good health. Good food. A garden. Clean water. A place to call home. I’ve got it all.

I will maintain this blog, for awhile anyway, and on occasion may return with new content, but again, only if motivated. I am released from duty.

I have a new blog in the works, and when I’ve enough content to publish, I’ll link it here.

My sincere best wishes and hopes for those who are trapped, and for those who love them.


embracing what is

Screen Shot 2015-09-27 at 9.01.48 AMGrabbed this off of Facebook. I really like it.

spotting a sociopath


“A valuable red flag to recognize when trying to spot a sociopath is to see how they deal with attacks on their own integrity. If a sociopath is presented with a collection of facts, documents and evidence showing that he lied or deceived, he will refuse to address the evidence and, instead, attack the messenger!

If you really try to nail a sociopath down to answering a documented allegation, they will quickly turn on you, denounce you, and declare that you too are secretly plotting against them. Anyone who does not fall for the brainwashing of the sociopath is sooner or later kicked out of the circle and then wildly disparaged by the remaining members of the cult group.”   Mike Adams

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Brené Brown: the power of vulnerability

I just love this woman and her research—Brené Brown, shame researcher, story-teller, writer, speaker, therapist. She’s my number one “go to” for a healthier mind (she and Pema Chödrön). I soak up her wisdom like an old dried up sponge.

Here’s to positive change!

how to spot a sociopath

DSC08397A good read.

Sociopaths are masters at weaving elaborate fictional explanations to justify their actions. When caught red-handed, they respond with anger and threats, then weave new fabrications to explain away whatever they were caught doing.”   Mike Adams

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How to spot a sociopath – 10 red flags that could save you from being swept under the influence of a charismatic nut job – NaturalNews.com.

it’s our beliefs that limit us

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owning our story

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Love the strong wisdom of Brené Brown.

Cult Education Institute :: Group Information Archives

Cult Education Institute :: Group Information Archives.

15 Narcissistic Religious Abuse Tactics | The Exhausted Woman

Here’s an excellent read from Psych Central. SPOT ON! Thank you Christine Hammond.

Screen Shot 2015-05-25 at 2.36.37 PM15 Narcissistic Religious Abuse Tactics | The Exhausted Woman.

Confessions of a boy growing up in ACMTC – Factnet Forum

Screen Shot 2015-05-26 at 8.46.28 AMZechariah’s story

Confessions of a boy growing up in ACMTC – Factnet Forum.