Justice Fatigue: It’s a Thing and it Happens to Many of Us

 

 Epstein is dead. I did not see that coming. Sometimes I am so naïve. I think good things happen to people who are good. I think the bad guy gets caught. I might as well add unicorns and fairies to my list because I’m clearly delusional. I heard one Epstein victim anger crying this morning… More Justice Fatigue: It’s a Thing and it Happens to Many of Us

I Used to Hate Him, But Now I Just Resent Joseph DeAngelo

 

 The El Paso shooting has just happened and I am heartsick. I’m sure you’ll be shocked to learn I’m anti-gun – particularly when it comes to using them to kill one another – but I even feel like it’s not a fair fight when hunting. I don’t mind hunting, but use some skills darn it.… More I Used to Hate Him, But Now I Just Resent Joseph DeAngelo

Deep Dive: “Man in the Window” and the Therapeutic Technique Many of Us are Using

 

 I have a lot to say about Paige St John’s podcast. All of it good. But let’s start where she left off. In the final episode, Resurrection, she talks about the therapist Phyllis and Kris are seeing and she speaks briefly about the therapeutic technique. For those of you interested, I thought I’d provide more… More Deep Dive: “Man in the Window” and the Therapeutic Technique Many of Us are Using

Post-Court Gathering | Golden State Killer Survivors and HBO

 

 Today I got my hands dirty planting some tomatoes and strawberries with the hope they will flourish. I used to be a great gardener, but the teen years and work pushed my avocation to the side. Well baby, I’m back. I read a beautiful quote from Virginia Woolf this morning (and good lord no, I… More Post-Court Gathering | Golden State Killer Survivors and HBO

So Now What? Kavanaugh, Trauma, Healing and Moving Forward

 

 I have this fantasy of buying one of those sheds from Home Depot and having a friend sheet rock the thing, add some electricity and then make it the most girly place possible (that’s my taste, romantic, soft, flowery). There’d be a super big comfy chair, a laptop desk and it would smell like spring… More So Now What? Kavanaugh, Trauma, Healing and Moving Forward

My Life Has Been Incredibly Different Since the Arrest of Joseph DeAngelo

 

 Yesterday Sacramento was able to announce the arrest of another monster. Terrorist. Piece of human excrement. The NorCal Rapist was identified via DNA and he’s in custody. Not to completely freak you out, but he worked at UC Berkeley – surrounded by women who clearly had no idea there was a predator in their midst.… More My Life Has Been Incredibly Different Since the Arrest of Joseph DeAngelo

Writing a Book About the Murders: I Can’t Do It and Here’s Why

 

 I’m one of those people who doesn’t remember a lot of my childhood. There are good reasons why. While some memories are pure magic – picnics in my gramma front yard in Carmichael, friends who were always by my side, doing well in school and incredible teachers who saw me for who I was –… More Writing a Book About the Murders: I Can’t Do It and Here’s Why