Here’s a true story of domestic violence in the form of an autobiographical film by Therese Strosser about where she was beaten by her boyfriend, and how it affected her. It’s also a film about how in this particular case, the police arrived in time and helped her. However, she struggled against a man whose family was wealthy and paid for all the legal representation that they could, and treated her very badly. It’s a very honest yet horrifying story about the truth of experiencing domestic violence. Therese was beaten by her boyfriend for the very harmless reason of not paying a cellphone bill. From not paying the bill to getting beaten and almost thrown out of a second story window, she is lucky to be alive.
She had initially experienced a very common courtship that all abusers take their victims through. Abusers start out as very charming, but beneath their charm, they are extremely sadistic and violent. If you want to avoid getting involved with an abuser, you need to watch this film, because you’ll see how abusers operate. If you are in an abusive relationship at the moment, you’ll be able to see yourself in Therese. Watch this one woman’s true story of domestic violence. Continue reading →
If you were born to a mother who was desperate to have you, then you’re probably going to exhibit many of the traits of a sociopath. Desperate mothers conceive in the emotion of desperation, which affects the child enormously for a great majority of their life. When the child is first born, he or she is expected to meet the needs of the mother at the cost of their own. Unless the mother gets help to change, then throughout her offspring’s childhood the mother’s expectation continues. This is a truly narcissistic and sociopathic relationship, one that is famously brought to attention in the book titled Mommy Dearest. If that was how the most important role model in your own life acted, then that is what you too are likely to be replicating in the way that you relate to others and to your own children.
On an energetic level, if you were conceived in the emotion of desperation, then it’s going to imprint your energy field with that same feeling, and you too will feel desperate from the moment you are born. Take stock and ask yourself if you truly do know how to relate on an equal footing to those around you. What would it take to change that if you don’t know? Continue reading →
It was love at first sight when I met my boyfriend James at a football game in high school. He and I met when my friends and I were leaving after the game, and he and I accidentally bumped into each other. It was match made it in heaven when I saw him – he is a handsome guy with jet black hair, deep glaring black eyes and a smile that could light up a room. Plus, his body was to die for. He had a jealous streak and a hot temper but I never paid that any mind. I still wonder sometimes why he wanted me when I was just an average girl with dark hair and brown eyes with an average body. It still puzzles me sometimes. Continue reading →
Violence doesn’t only occur between married or relationship partners, be they heterosexual, gay or lesbian. It also happens between adult siblings, cousins and it occurs from parents to children, even as adults. Violence doesn’t only come in the form of physical violence either. It can also appear as psychological and emotional violence. Escaping Family Violence is just as tricky as escaping violence in a spousal relationship.
Like in the movie Harry Potter, many Indigo children are born into families that are essentially “Muggles”, who don’t understand the abilities of Indigo children or their advanced spirituality. They not only don’t understand, they simply can’t understand because they don’t have the capacity to understand the mind of an Indigo child or adult. It is beyond them.
The following story is based on one told to me by one of our readers about his own experience of violence, suffered at the hands of his parents and his brother, causing problems in his life between him and those he loves, ending up with him into a mental institution. It’s a story that occurs often when someone is gifted. It’s a story not to ignore. All names and identifying features of the story have been changed. Continue reading →