In these turbulent times, where many of us are facing personal crises along with the added stress of the Corvid-19 virus I have not been writing on this blog or any other space I pray that each and everyone is safe, adhering to the new guidelines with regards to socially distancing, and washing their hands. … Continue reading Uncertainty
The title of this blog is mylifemyshovel.com I also added a picture of my book to the design. This is a work in process and I hope to make this site more appealing and a site that people will want to read. Any suggestions or input would be appreciated.
I started this blog hoping to convince people to buy my book. My Shovel by Karen Sue available on Amazon.com. On the advice of a company I was using the only subject I wrote about was sexual assault. My book is about my life, the sexual assaults I experienced and how I survived. I will … Continue reading Change is Progress
Have you ever noticed when people are in a position of power, they appear to believe all they should need to do is deny it, claim to have proof and that should be the end of the accusation? This seems to be true especially of people accused of sexual assault. The victim says he did … Continue reading Use of power
Sexual assault isn't confined to one ethnic group, culture or country this is a worldwide catastrophe which has been rampant for years. It harms everyone from children to senior citizens. Yet those who perpetrate sexual assault continue for the most part to be free, allowing them to continue their activities albeit perhaps more discretion is … Continue reading Know about Behind the Sexual assault ‘Unbelievable’ written by Karen Sue
My Shovel follows the experiences of Karen Sue, a retired substance abuse counselor. She worked for mental health facilities and assisted male prisoners with mental health and substance abuse issues during incarceration. This all makes sense once you realize the Karen Sue had been neck deep in substance abuse herself. The fighting spirit As you … Continue reading The Most Valuable Lessons I Learnt From My Life
It’s not an unknown fact that women do not have it easy. A lot of women are more petite than muscular, a lot of women have lighter bones, and some women simply do not have the strength nor the will to fight or be violent. This is an unfortunate case because there have been many … Continue reading A Trek That Changed My Life