Category Archives: bloggers

Where Have They Gone?

When I first started this blog, I wrote fast and furious, frantic and ferocious, venting and complaining and ranting, hashing over the joys (ahem) of dealing with a jealous, self-absorbed womb-for-rent who refused to let go of a man who … Continue reading

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What if the Kids Read Your Blog?

It’s not unusual for stepmoms frustrated by what they see to keep a blog documenting their struggles or venting their feelings. It’s not unusual for like-minded people to offer support, advice, or simply “I know how you feel”. It is … Continue reading

Posted in bloggers, Divorce Poison, kids, malicious mothers, poor parenting, stepmoms | 13 Comments

Cyberstalking

The very word “cyberstalking” conjures up images of robotic stalkers for me, but the U.S. Department of Justice defines the term as the use of the Internet, e-mail, or other electronic communication devices to stalk another person. And it’s a … Continue reading

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A question for my readers!

Today I have a question for you, my readers, because I am nosy, I mean, curious! *If you write a blog: why do you blog? What do you like about it? *If you read other people’s blogs: why do you … Continue reading

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