2018 – A Year In-Between

New Year’s Eve is a bittersweet holiday for me. Like most people, I am reminded that this holiday symbolizes the chance for a fresh start and a new beginning. But for me, it’s also a reminder of the past - of the day my relationship began with my abuser. And somehow, today marks three years … Continue reading 2018 – A Year In-Between

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As I hope most of you have heard by now, the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, has released her amendments to Title IX, the law that protects students from sex discrimination. Like all survivors and activists, I knew these proposed regulations would be bad. But unfortunately, they’re even more appalling and horrifying than I could have … Continue reading

I Said Enough

As you may recall, I've been awaiting an incredibly important, incredibly terrifying day - the day of my Title IX hearing against my abuser. And despite my doubts and frustrations with this whole process, this day finally happened. The hearing was probably one of the hardest, most surreal experiences I’ve ever had in my entire … Continue reading I Said Enough

Victories

A lot has happened since I last posted, both in my personal life and in the news. Most importantly, we have seen the downfall of 2 men who the world previously thought were untouchable: Bill Cosby and now, Harvey Weinstein. Like many others, the image of Harvey Weinstein coming out of the New York police … Continue reading Victories

The Sunshine Blogger Award

Thank you so much to Searching for Hope... for nominating me for a Sunshine Blogger Award. I would like to acknowledge and applaud this blogger, who is bravely sharing her story with narcissistic abuse. Every time we tell our stories, we show the world that we refuse to be shamed, to live in silence and … Continue reading The Sunshine Blogger Award