I Am Strong but Not Unbreakable Shirley J. Davis People see my writing And hear my call to life Speaking from experiences To tell how I overcame hell But don’t equate strength with unbreakable I’m just as fragile as anyone else Vulnerable and fragile sometimes I have limits to my endurance Living sometimes seems too [...]
***Possibly Triggering Material*** Growing up in an abusive home, children often find they have nowhere to go and no place to turn. So, they turn to their imaginations to help them cope. I’m writing this post out of my own experiences with the pretend world I lived in as a kid. I’ll try not to [...]
I’ve been talking to people about my life story for many years now. Recently I have begun trying to find someone who would be interested in writing a book and then a screenplay about my experiences. I think the true story of a person who lives with dissociative identity disorder would make one hell [...]
Today I baring my soul.
Whose fault/responsibility is my life? Mine or someone else's?
Inspiration for moving forward in recovery comes from many places, even poetry. This is my story.
Words shape who we are as humans. Using them wisely is an enormous responsibility.
I am so sorry. I meant no harm, but that is what I have done.
A further explanation of just what the hell I was talking about
Humanity stands deeply divided. Truthfulness may be our only hope to survive as a species.
We pop pills to make us feel better, but sometimes it is not needed. Why?
We can use our past to propel us into a bright future. It all begins with gratitude.
It is time for us to open a dialogue about female sexual predation. Just say "Yes", and start a movement that will hopefully end this tragedy.
We humans spend our lives looking for happiness on the other side of the fence, what if is right in front of us and we won't see it?
We should honor our veterans and their families, not just one day, but 365 days a year. We should honor them with not just our words, but with our everything.