Category: Dissociation Dissertation

I remember lemonade-- Country Time to be exact. At the curb we made a stand in summer, 1983. Twenty-five cents in a trickle-down economy. I did not understand ...

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I wake up from a nightmare. It goes like this: Dad and Mom come back together to settle the score, numbers and wills and totals and tallies from recent years ...

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One of many mental health stories is when I remember the first time I got fired. Until that time I’d known only success. The early years of perfect grades, ...

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When you kissed me last night, I was eight years old again, holding myself, in the basement, where I used to hide from the bruises and kiss pillows, Swear ...

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I thought I was a feminist Who just loved tall women Like you Tall as father Later Towered over me I thought I was a feminist But I longed for you ...

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There was always pressure to like boys-- to get a boyfriend, fall in love, marry, and have babies. I can’t remember a time of my life when I did not feel that ...

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The Skate Shop by Scarlet Note: Names have been changed in this piece to protect the victim. TRB hopes this story brings light to the often overlooked ...

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