You Bastard!

It's been almost 7 months since the last time you saw your child, and that's only because his Great Grandmother emailed me. It's been over a year since you've contacted him yourself. There are no birthday phone calls. No parent teacher conferences, or meetings with the adjustment counselor. No foot ball practices, or games. No doctors appointments, student of the month celebrations, late night emergency room visits, no fishing trips. You're not here to see your child tear himself to pieces because he has to come to the terms that you left him without an explanation. You're not here to convince him that he is worthy of love, and that he matters. And just when I think he's starting to heal, the bandaid gets ripped off, and we have to start the process all over. I am thankful. I am...
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Dear Other Woman, I won’t say your name, though I know it well. I just wanted to take a moment to get a few things off my chest. First and foremost, I am sorry. I am so incredibly beyond sorry for not getting to you before now. If I only had a found you sooner maybe I could have prevented this. Unfortunately, I know exactly how you’re feeling. Lost. Betrayed. Heartbroken. Exiled. And scared. For a split moment I hated you. When I first laid eyes on the picture of you holding him. I saw nothing but red. I thought of no less than 15 ways of causing you harm within seconds. You were going to feel my wrath. You were going to feel the same amount of pain that you caused me. As the anger quickly faded to sadness I felt my breath catch. Before I could stop it the tears were...
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An Open Letter to My Father’s Murderer Dear Christopher Green, It has been 24 years since the day you decided to rob more than just a post office. You robbed 4 men of their lives. You robbed 4 families of the life they had planned. You robbed your family. You robbed yourself. I am the same age now that you were when you walked into the Watchung Plaza post office, shot 5 men, killing 4 and taking off with $5,000. You were 29 years old. You were so, so young. I often stop and think of you. I cannot imagine at my age of 29 years old being slammed with a life prison sentence. You had so much life left to live. But to be honest, my curiosity towards you has been around for years. I think mostly because you were the last person to see and hear my father alive. Christopher Green, what...
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Letter to my Narcissist Ex, It’s hard for me to think about me before you …and me after you… and what this relationship or lack of did to me… what once was a beautiful strong, independent, fearless, loving, trusting , and empathic person you took and stripped away everything that made me …me!! You took my magic and made it seem like I was poisonous. What attracted you to me were the same qualities you tried to use against me later and twist and turn, gas-lighting, and projecting everything on me until one day I actually believed that everything was my fault. You destroyed the parts of myself that I loved. You made me feel crazy and at the same time unknowingly I was in love with a fraud, a mask, someone who played the behavior of someone I would want sooo well that I believed it was...
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malcolm brogdon is absolutely right when he says milwaukee is the most segregated city hes experienced (madison only recently overtook us and they dont have an nba team). how we fix this is another matter. the roots go deep. redlining has been going on since the 70s, and still manifests in the irrational and bigoted attitudes that residents of the suburbs of milwaukee adopt. i dont think that this is a problem that can be solved simply by good will. i think it requires a few things. 1) the milwaukee metro area needs to be consolidated. annex all suburbs. 2) the school districts must be unified so there are no more racial disparities 2a) this means no more magnet schools 3) the cycle of poverty will never be broken while workers arent able to excercise control over their workplaces. to...
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Your passive aggressive silence is deafening. I'd rather you just punch me in the gut because at least that pain would subside. You gave me no closure, you gave me no answers. You made a significant relationship disappear as if it never happened. Rejection through silence activates the same pain pathways in the brain as physical pain. Did you know that? Well played, if you did! I think you are scared. You are scared to get in the ring because you know that my words could cut you down to size. You know that I know that truth. You need help and you are delusional. I'm so angry that you chose the easy way out. You are numb to the world and think you are invisible. I hate you right now, but hate and love are closely related. I guess if I didn't love you so deeply I wouldn't feel so much...
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Thank You, -for breaking his heart into 1 million pieces. -for cheating, and lying. -for using him, and pretending to love him. -for throwing him away. -for moving on as quickly as you did and having him deal with the result of your betrayal. Because of you, someone now has to heal him, and deal with his broken heart. The man I met months ago, will never be the man he was when he met you. Everyday that passes, he is struck with laughter he once had, but saddened with the thought of what he was once put through it, and if it would happen again. Trust issues are a real thing, but together we are working on them as a part of the healing process. Thank you for doing all of these things in the course of your time with him. Although you...
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Donald Trump is declaring a emergency at the southern border from what I seen on t.v their no emergency at the border however, their is humanitarian kids being separated fro their parents people wants to escape the violence living in poverty etc to get their kids better lives. Donald Trump is using this bogus excuse just to get wall .I hearing that the Trump Administration wants to get the relief funds from the Hurricanes victims from Puerto Rico Florida...
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Dear Alex, ( not his real name but close enough) When we met online, I didn’t find you attractive. You really were not my type. However, You seemed smart, level headed, intelligent and the conversation was never lacking. I decided at that time, looks were not that important. After talking extensively for a week, we decided to meet. I had doubts because of our age difference.....me being an older woman. I still didn’t want that to get in the way of meeting a ‘good’ person. I went with it. I really didn’t think I had anything to lose. I’m a good woman hopefully meeting a good guy. Also, after all our deep conversations and your constant good mornings and good nights, I thought you were quite different from the others I had been meeting. Who am I to judge because all my boxes aren’t...
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I like to say to all you federal government workers out their who missing their paychecks because of congress...
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