Password?

I am working through some very raw stuff – in order to protect the people I love in my life, some of my posts are password protected. If you don’t have the password, please email me for it.

rachael (dot) leann (@) gmail (dot) com

DISCLAIMER:

Post may include:

– triggering events

– extreme opinions

– experiences from my past

– rough memories and may incite emotions

If you are a member of my family or know me personally, please don’t be offended if I feel I can’t give you the password to these posts. I am protecting other people with this password while I come to terms with my own memories and life experiences.

5 thoughts on “Password?

  1. I followed your name link from that WONDERFUL reply you made to the comment on the post about moms of one or two. You handily summarized exactly how I feel about religion in a nutshell. Hypocrisy is rampant. I’d love to read your other posts, especially “how the church lost your daughter”. I have Catholic in-laws and need some support. Would love your password, if you feel comfortable. πŸ™‚

    • Absolutely Lori. I’m glad that you found a place to be accepted. For sure, it’s hard to be someone raising kids without religion, but it can be done! πŸ™‚ I’ll email the password to you.

  2. I also followed your blog from the article about moms of one and two. I must say I agree with the idea that hypocrisy is rampant, but not all of us Christians fall into that category. I’m very interested in reading your posts, and I definitely understand your reasons for password protection! If you could share the password, great… Otherwise even just emailing the text of your blogs would be appreciated. While we all share different views, I think it’s important to understand each other. Thanks!

    • I definitely understand what you are saying, Jennette. I personally think that all people of all beliefs have the right to their opinion. It’s the judgement that gets me. I have emailed you the password, and I hope you stay for a while! πŸ™‚

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