Category Archives: the Cycle of Abuse

The Storms that’s Comin’ Your Way Will Get Worse Before They Get Better…

That, was not, the LAST of it, NOT, by a long S-H-O-T, not even close!!! The storms that’s comin’ your way will get worse before they get better, don’t get fooled, by the rain, leveling off right now, because, there’s, … Continue reading

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One Day, You Shall Wake Up, Unafraid

One day, you shall wake up, unafraid, it’s just, that that day is still, long ways away, you’ll have to just bear with the moments of life you are weathering through for now… like this???  Not my photograph… One day, … Continue reading

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Where & How the Various Forms of Abuses Happen All Around the World…

violence erupts encore in gore in restricted zones (read: outside the ‘hood) shocked voices outrage at the desecration of their invulnerability in “safe” suburbia “family” neighborhoods as if horrific brutality bypasses homes with well-heeled lintels and attached garages as if … Continue reading

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“If Our Son Can’t Get into Harvard, I’ll Kill You”, the Wife Was Indicted for Threatening Him

With NO extra pieces of evidence, we can’t conclude on what happened here, but this still just shows, how women can also BE abusers of their relationships, that they’re not, only victims! From the Front Page Sections, translated… The plastic … Continue reading

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It’s Been How LONG Ago Since You’d Been Gone Again???

Let’s NOT get THAT technical here, but, it’s been, ‘bout TEN years, and TWO months, since you’d been gone, and, I wish I can say, that it gets easier (well, I’m not crying like hell right now, so, it must … Continue reading

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The Secrets of Aunty Hsiao, the Twists & Turns of Life

How this woman, managed to, live through years of abuse by her husband, something I wouldn’t recommend, because if you’re abused, you should, NOTIFY the authorities, and, get out of your abusive relationships, translated… Aunty Hsiao lives upstairs, I’d known … Continue reading

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An Infant Started Crying from Hunger, and His Drug-Addict Father Smothered Him with a Pillow

Because you couldn’t provide food for your own young child, and he’d started CRYING out of hunger, and you’d, smothered him with a pillow??? What kind of a FATHER are you? From the Front Page Sections, translated… A construction worker, … Continue reading

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