Dissociative Identity Disorder & Triggers

It was a Friday night, mid-April of this year. Floating in on a cool breeze from the open window above my desk, the fragrant scent of springtime bulbs attacked my senses. Dampness seeped through the sill off the California Lilac hedge from […]

2017-04-29T19:59:49+00:00 September 12th, 2015|1 Comment

Childhood Abuse & Denial: Broken at Last!

The Doubt

I wonder how many can relate to this.

During my therapy years, denial that I was even a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, namely, ritual abuse was prevalent. I always presented a façade to the outside world that I believed I was […]

2017-04-29T20:08:48+00:00 January 26th, 2015|1 Comment

Friends are a Dime a Dozen…

“Friends”was published in the Nov/Dec 2004 Alone Together magazine and was a Feb 2005 Honorable Mention for Byline Contest.

Awards & Publications

June 05 1983. Tonight is the night…The deadly cocktail…I have taken an enormous amount of pills and alcohol…4.3 seconds is all it […]

2017-04-30T19:02:57+00:00 July 15th, 2012|0 Comments