Before You Call for Help

To the small band of followers who have subscribed to this blog: I apologize for not maintaining it better. Between covid, my FIL repeatedly, nearly dying the last 4 months, and The Great Impasse with Jenny still not improving, I’ve struggled with day to day life. But I recently was communicating with someone who reminded me of a desire I’ve had for a while: to create a quick-reference guide of the most salient points from this blog. With 140 posts and the entries written as we walked the journey, I’m sure it is a struggle for all but the most ardent student to make sense of the things I have tried to share. So this document is 30 pages with lots of links to the rest of the blog and outside sources as well of the most important concepts I have learned the last 13 years as I’ve walked with my girls on the healing journey. I hope it is more logical and in a better form. I would love to hear any and all constructive criticism: grammatical issues, flow of logic, lack of clarity, subjects you feel ought to have been included, anything that you found triggering or offensive. My goal is to widen the scope of the guide beyond our small d.i.d. community.

I would love to hear any and all feedback from my readers to make this guide the best it can possibly be in case people would like to share it. If you can insert notes in it and email the pdf back to me at this blog’s email (samruck2 at gmail dot com) I’d be in your debt.

Thank you and I do wish each of you the best on your healing journeys.

Sam

4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Isabella LeCour
    Jan 29, 2021 @ 23:03:51

    I’ll give it a read. May be a bit before I manage notes and return. Hope that’s okay.

    Reply

    • Sam Ruck
      Jan 30, 2021 @ 05:45:40

      Hi Isabella,
      thank you, but please don’t feel under any obligation! I appreciate any time you give to it. I hope you find some part of it helpful in your journey.
      Sam

      Reply

  2. Leni
    Jan 30, 2021 @ 06:37:40

    Wow. What a resource. You are so beautiful. Thank you to you and your wife and her parts for sharing this journey.

    Reply

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