Where’s My Daddy
I’m writing this blog in hope of touching anyone that has ever asked themselves, “Where is my Daddy or Mommy?”. In past blogs, I’ve focused on helping you to understand that Negative Cycles are real. I’m reaching out to Anyone that will listen, not for knowledge, gossip, or even negativity. I want to touch Those that are in need of breaking cycles, “traits”, passed on from generations before them. My blogs are written - not from books, college degrees or even social media influence - but from my purpose.
Trauma and Pain(PTSD)
Author: Chuck Prinzen Jr.
I have been asked numerous times how do
I know that I have PTSD. I have not been
in a war, I have not been a medical responder, nor was I in law
stress disorder (PTSD)
is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event — either
experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares
and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.
Age, it seems, allows you to develop a
much better understanding of the past and the future.
Cycles of Life
is the first in a series of blogs that will highlight cycles of life. Topics include generational cycles of child
abuse, dysfunctionality, drugs, alcohol, illiteracy, and abandonment.
It does not matter who you are, we all live through
cycles, cycles of life. Some of those
cycles are positive and some of those cycles are negative. Based off of my biography (www.me.inc.now.(home)) you will develop an understanding of where I have
come from, how the generation before me has led to my development as an adult
and how the negative influence of these cycles continue unless broken.
Cycles of Life – Child Abuse
If you are a parent, then you will
understand exactly what I am discussing in the next few sentences. Your day at work has been stressful and all you
really want is a few seconds of down time before interacting with your child. Those precious seconds of downtime are not given
to you, your anger builds, and …….. So of
all the options available to you, you hit your child! Whether it was malicious or not, you still
made physical contact.