Before It Had A Name

I was a child training my brain to be accepted in a ?normal? world, unaware I was capable of this. A condition with no name became an individual known as ?her.? I have lived with what would be a twin, an evil one, for almost half my life. I choose not to use medication because […]

I was a child training my brain to be accepted in a ?normal? world, unaware I was capable of this. A condition with no name became an individual known as ?her.? I have lived with what would be a twin, an evil one, for almost half my life. I choose not to use medication because the fear of missing her is worse than the alternative. Midway through my fifth marriage I was diagnosed with a chemical imbalance. Visualization became a necessary tool to train my brain, and with that I was able to take it further with my quest for normalcy: brain coffins for the never-ending brain clutter and brain brakes for a softer landing after an emotional high. To this day I strive to dissect myself into a ?normal? woman, and with the Lord?s help I may just make it! This book and my life have been full of heartbreak, challenges, and victories.

Abortion

Comments are closed.

Related Products