Collateral damage — learning to live without regret: Part II

See also Part I Part II: Before the storm By Daisy . . . The massive earthquake in my soul took place in the summer of 2003. I had just graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science degree, and I was ready to take on the whole world! My husband, whom I will refer to as Alan, had returned…

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NYT Review: ‘Accidentally Brave’

Some plays are seeds and some are stones. Seeds are the ones that grow and change over the course of their stage time — and maybe, in the minds of those who see them, forever. Stones are the ones that always remain exactly what they are. They never expand but can still knock you out. “Accidentally Brave,” which opened on…

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Being Fearless

Getting past the shame people try to pile on you, writes Paul Hanley in LifeTimes magazine, can be as easy as looking at yourself through the eyes of people you meet at Fearless Groups. By Paul Hanley . . . When I attended court-ordered therapy for a sexually-based offense, I wasn’t interested in making friends. I’m a survivor of long-term…

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The YMCA bans persons required to register as sex offenders, but how has that worked out for them?

[floridaactioncommittee.org – 5/22/19] The Fulton County YMCA, in Johnstown, New York was just hit with a $10,000,000.00 lawsuit. A 19 year old former employee was charged with raping an underage girl in the locker room In Wichita, Kansas a 31 year old former employee allegedly sexually assaulted three teenage girls this month. The same Y […] [Read More]

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MA: Baker to refile bill on sexual predators

[eagletribune.com – 5/20/19] Gov. Charlie Baker will ask lawmakers once again to limit the release of sexual predators from prison. The move follows last week’s ruling by the state’s highest court clearing the way for the eventual release of Wayne Chapman. Convicted of raping two Lawrence boys in 1975, Chapman is also a suspect in […] [Read More]

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