That’s Right…

For the past couple of years, my abusive ex-husband, CJC has kept me very busy. In fact, in 2015, he himself was very busy. Very busy indeed. All behind my back.

I’ve said time and time again, the truth always prevails. Good will always be a winner over evil – no matter how long it takes.

CJC stalked my blog and tried to use it against me, eventually resulting in an epic fail (and I don’t use the word ‘epic’ often). As I am a lovely person, I am dedicating this post/song to him. Just ignore the very last sentence.

Have a great day everyone!


Well Done, Little Bear

New post on Maximus Octavian.

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Narcissist Exposer #21

A narcissist or sociopath will never leave you alone. Even if you go no contact, they will always try to make contact, or antagonise you in some way to get you to respond. Don’t flatter yourself. This is just a game for them. They are not in love with you. They are not capable of love or real human emotion.


Narcissist Exposer #20

When you start doubting if you did the right thing by getting away from the narcissist. When you start thinking things weren’t as bad as you thought they were. Let me remind you, yes they were as bad as you remember they were. And yes you did the right thing by getting away from them, because they are never going to change for you, or for anyone else.

Narcissistic Behaviour & Emotional Abuse

Narcissist Exposer #19

Narcissistic people make nasty, cruel and insensitive remarks. Their criticisms are rarely factual things about you, and more of a reflection of  themselves and who they are. You become the dumping ground for all their negativity and ill feelings so they can feel better about themselves. They are incapable of self reflecting or understanding the emotional pain or hurt they cause to others.


Just Saying 30.08

I am a nice person. Just don’t push the bitch button.


The amount of times I have tried to make this clear to some. They don’t realise that everyone has their limits.

Women’s Wit & Wisdom 30.08

The goal we seek, and the good we hope for, comes not as some final reward but as the hidden companion to our quest.

Madeleine Korbel Albright (b. 1937)