Tag: self-sovereignty

Enmeshment Trauma

Hands gripping fence

When a narcissistic individual believes ownership of others is their right, enmeshment trauma becomes inevitable, which leaves victims bereft of their own identity, guidance system, and freedom.

Mission Statement

Pendulum

Sometime in my twenties, I wrote a mission statement. I found it. Surprisingly I still like it and do my best to adhere to it, though I’d strike commandment #6, mainly due to the word “ought.” That one’s right up there with “should.” Follow… Continue Reading “Mission Statement”

Love

tree

First a brief story in quotes: “I want to write a novel about Silence,” he said; “the things people don’t say.” [Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out] “So, the sounds emerging from us are ultimately a manifestation in our physical experience of the thoughts we… Continue Reading “Love”

American National vs. US Citizen

Lady liberty

Did you know that there’s a difference between being an US citizen and an American National? Or that you have less rights as a citizen and person under the law? I didn’t know either. So, let me tell you a story… The last few… Continue Reading “American National vs. US Citizen”