Archive for February 2013

Unrealistic Expectations

I couldn’t stop shaking.  I knew that every word coming out of my mouth would likely not make any sense.  This was the last time I would testify in an attempt to save my son’s life.  As I walked to the stand, I felt as if my legs would buckle beneath me.  Judge Algeo watched…

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Pursuing Prince’s Legacy

On Tuesday February 19, 2013, I filed a precedent setting lawsuit against Ashburn Psychological Center and Dr. Margaret Wong (the child psychologist who gave Luc his court ordered psychological evaluation).  As anyone who has been following my story knows, I have never stopped trying to get justice for Prince since this whole ordeal started.  Part…

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V-Day

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day.  Many people will be celebrating with their loved ones, giving and receiving candy and flowers, and feeling generally warm and fuzzy.  While part of me would love to join in on the love fest, I have decided to write about the other date that falls on February 14th – V-Day.  For those of…

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Trusting Your Gut

Intuition, or gut instinct, is the most powerful natural protective mechanism that we have. – A quote just about everyone would agree on in theory While just about everyone will admit at some point in time that instincts are a good thing, most of us are taught to also question them.  We learn from a…

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Strength – When You Have No Other Choice

One morning in February 2012, I woke up just like every other morning.  Prince used to wake up at 3am as if he had an internal “I want to sleep with Mama for a bit” clock.  He knew I woke up for work at 5am so he would get up with just enough time to…

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