Monthly Archives: December 2010

Colluding With Silence

Do you ever ponder why two words get stuck together in your head?  Conflated? Sometimes they’re tried and true ones (like that), fixed over time and by popular usage.  Tried and true.  Black and white (thinking).  Ham and eggs.  Zig … Continue reading

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Silence is Golden–Not

Silence is Golden, the old saying goes. Sometimes, yes.  Sometimes, no.  Sometimes silence is a cancer, eating at the soul, the body, the psyche.  Think PacMan on steroids.  For the incest survivor, silence is the enemy. It’s the conjoined twin … Continue reading

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Over the course of three years, Audrey Roth kept a journal of her fears, rage, grief, and love as she faced her demons, the ghost of her father, and her seeming inability to be fully present to her beloved daughter. … Continue reading

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