From Being an Exhausted Mother to Becoming the Woman I Truly Am

I had my first child at the age of twenty and the responsibility of being a parent came as quite a shock to me. I had believed that marriage, children, and being a good mother would be the solution to the emptiness I felt inside. In spite of the relationship difficulties following the birth of my first child, I had another child the year after, but I still felt empty and overwhelmed. I put all the blame for my unhappiness on my husband and I eventually left the marriage to be in a relationship with someone else.

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Esther Rockett & Lance Martin’s Lies about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine: We are Speaking Out

Esther Rockett and Lance Martin, self-proclaimed anti-cult activists and instigators of a 2+ year vengeful cyberbully campaign against Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine and anyone associated, are asking for victims to speak up – and here we are.

Sandra Schneider
Sandra Schneider

I am a target of Esther Rockett and Lance Martin’s lies about Serge Benhayon, Universal Medicine and the students of Universal Medicine. I am from Germany but my English is getting better and better and the fact that I am a native German speaker has never been an impediment to my understanding what is going on and presented by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine. Continue reading “Esther Rockett & Lance Martin’s Lies about Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine: We are Speaking Out”

From Self-loathing to Self-love – Rediscovering my Inner Essence after Sexual Assault and Rape

1 in 5 women will experience sexual assault at some time in their lives and in 70% of cases the offender is known .” (Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia 2014)[1]

At age 15 I started to attend school parties but it wasn’t for the social side of things as one may presume. I attended parties with the specific intention to drink to get drunk and take drugs to numb the emptiness that I felt inside. Being at parties also meant that I didn’t have to be at home, a place where I lived daily in fear of my sibling who behaved in ways that were both physically and emotionally abusive.

One evening at a party, when I was completely intoxicated, I was raped by a family member of a friend. There is little I remember about the rape except for a couple of moments where I became conscious for a few seconds. I didn’t need to remember it in my head – my body remembered it all. Continue reading “From Self-loathing to Self-love – Rediscovering my Inner Essence after Sexual Assault and Rape”