A few days ago I began to delete all of our photos. Deep Breath…he used photos and social media to set my worth. He used them to punish and reward…I was so happy and so in love…too bad none of it was real. He has replaced me with a new supply source, just as I was replaced his wife – The smile on her face … Continue reading How he emotionally raped me.
Months after he assaulted me, he told me the bruises on my body were not from him but rather from my having bumped into things. He’s now suing me for defamation saying I’m lying about the injuries. This, despite having been arrested for assault. This, despite the doctor’s notes he saw. This, despite having paid close to 70 thousand dollars for my medical expenses. This, … Continue reading Living with a Gaslighter by Helen Puk
No, he didn’t care then and he doesn’t care now about my life or my children’s lives. Otherwise he wouldn’t be such a barbarian – Our lives are worthless to him and his enablers. If you are experiencing the same, know you aren’t alone nor was it your imagination. Hang in there because you are the best reason to live. First and foremost, I still … Continue reading Shame on you for telling me to “act” to put you out of your “misery!
I am a mom, a friend, a runner. I am somebody’s daughter. And on December 21, 2016, I became a victim of domestic violence for the first and last time – So that also makes me a survivor. The injuries I sustained from the abuser resulted in permanent inner ear damage and traumatic brain injury that have disabled me from living my life as I … Continue reading My Story
We are expected to act as if nothing happened. Not only that, but we are expected to lay still, sit in silence and take being gutted, defecated on, demoralized, and humiliated as our abusers try and destroy what is left; AND that’s exactly where we will find the strength in the nightmare we survived to create a movement by telling our story a little louder, … Continue reading No one sees the victims.
I’m here to share my story of abuse with my ex abuser, Vincent C. Beggs, Wells Fargo VP, with the hope for others to share their story without fear and the hope that someday we can make shaming the abused a thing of a past. I’m not a jilted lover nor unstable, same word he used to describe his ex wife when we first met … Continue reading Careful…You don’t want to end up like me.