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Lori Younglove

I am a Community Activist for those that are homeless, youth, and involved in addiction and alcoholism. I am also an advocate for Parents involved with DCYF.

Letting Go

Things you never see comingA missed opportunitySaying how you feelAfraid of what might happen Regret is greatFlashed before meWhen you diedNot knowing which way Is up, upOr is it downYou are goneAnd I am lost I will struggle with this one for awhile. Image credits: Featured, by Mom Junction; Top, […]

Till Abuse Do Us Part

I recently read a post on my Facebook feed from someone about their survival of Domestic Violence and getting out. They talked of the sadness of losing their marriage but gratefulness to be out of it. I often wonder how many women and men feel this way, besides […]

Vacation From Life?

Last year I wrote about trying to be impartial in the situation that currently has taken over my life. What I realized in writing these blogs is that it stirred my anger and depression more then I had realized. I took a break and have been reflecting on […]

Yule At My House

I am slowly getting into the holiday season. It has taken some doing since I was expecting Lil One to be a part of this process this year. It has been quite a blow learning that the GAL’s issues with me is his personal issue with my Faith. […]

Brighter Days

Hi Y’all. I want to say that when I write here it helps me get things out on paper, per se. It helps me organize my thoughts in front of me instead of running around like a caged squirrel on crack in my head. I am sure most […]