Look at that little chicken reaching out for my hand.😍
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Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which the abuser attempts to sow self-doubt and confusion in their victim’s mind. Typically, gaslighters are seeking to gain power and control over the other person, by distorting reality and forcing them to question their own judgment and intuition.
The term “gaslighting” comes from the 1938 play Angel Street, which Alfred Hitchock later adapted into the film Gaslight, in which a man tries to convince his wife that she is going insane so he can steal from her. When he turns on the lights in the attic to search for her jewelry collection, and the gas lights dim downstairs, he tells her it’s all in her imagination. Gradually she begins to question her own memories and perceptions.
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Note from the Blogger:
Although I knew what I was experiencing felt wrong. I was not aware of the different types of tactics used by abusers.
I firmly believe Awareness is the first step to overcome abuse. Once you identify someone is using gaslighting to manipulate the situation it’s easier to gaslight them right back. Ha. ❤️ Candice Fernandez Silva
From the Desk of: Olivia Pilar Silva (there are 2 Olivia Silva’s at her school)
Regarding: STEM Program Fundraising – Request for Support
I’m so excited to tell you that on September 23, I’m participating in Addison Elementary School’s Gator Dash. We run to show support for our school and raise funds to help pay for Addison Elementary School. The funds raised from the 2022 Gator Dash will be used by Addison Elementary School Foundation (AESF). AESF strives to provide enhancements to Addison’s curriculum, STEM experiences, technology, teacher and student learning opportunities. This year’s priorities are to fund the STEM Lab, this includes purchasing lab supplies and equipment, work with and support the school-wide Addison STEM program led by Addison teachers and provide teachers with grant and educational opportunities.
Please sponsor me by clicking the button below. This takes you to my personal fundraising page. Thanks for your support!
Love, Olivia Pilar Silva
The reason I’m sharing and supporting this fundraiser is because it aids my daughters School STEM Technology. Pledge as little as $1.00 & leave Olivia a love note. ❤️
I’m closing this chapter
Let the words run off the page
So much pain
A lot of anger
Fast pitch ready, let’s do this thing
I saw the darkness
Watched all it claimed
What looked like a gift
And smelled like a promise
Only evil, within each day
There was smoke
It was fire
Deceitful darkness, from another plane
Left us wounded
Forever chronically with sane
If God has something for you
He does not place it behind harms way
If God has a lesson to share
It’s not delivered in uncertain shame
Now I see through devils darkness
Brilliant light has blessed my pain
Running away with what harm left me
Shielding sol from my mistakes
Like I’ve done so many times
Throwing out all the wrong game plays
Time has come to close this chapter
Time is here, to change my stay
I’ll wash myself in scripture
He’ll fill me up through praise
Epilogue you’ve run too long here
Today I say let’s end this game
This trip was on my mental dream board for 2yrs. My 5yr old daughter and I attended the first Munoz/Fernandez Family Reunion in Carlsbad, NM.
My family made many trips to Carlsbad during my youth and we are blessed to have attended!!
We finished our vacation up in Sedona, AZ where we made new friends for life and relaxed against a beautiful backdrop of Canyons.
10 days, 4,000 miles, 5 flights, 2 road trips & 2 “lost” 50lb suitcases later, I’m back to share with you the highlights of our trip! ❤️
Fresh air gives you more energy and a sharper mind
You may have noticed after spending time outside, you come back indoors feeling brighter and perhaps ready to get back to work. More oxygen results in greater brain functioning, improving your concentration skills and providing you with more energy.