Update on Today… Just So I Can Say I Wrote Something!

I am Moving Forward as I mentioned in my blog post yesterday. I got 2 main things done today that I have been putting off. First, I painted the trim in my kitchen which is the last room I have to paint in the new house. I moved about 2 weeks ago from a city to a town/from an apartment to a house. I am not finished and I have been working a lot over the last few weeks. The cold New England weather never helps.

The other thing I did that I have been putting off is to purchase and read a a book on Amazon that was written by one of my colleagues Julie Deneen. It was a tough read. Very emotional and very “controversial”.  Julie went through something that most people have never heard of, myself included. I have to tell you that tears came to my eyes while reading this book.

I don’t know how to explain what the book was about so I will use the author’s description from Amazon. I have to warn you that this is NSFW and may not be for all readers. Please be advised: this book deals with Sexual Content and some even stranger stuff. Here is the description:

Adoptive reunions are emotional events. The reconnection with my father in 2011 was right out of a storybook- father and daughter back together after so many years of separation. What started out as a fantasy, quickly turned into a nightmare as an unusual and little known phenomenon called genetic sexual attraction took hold of our relationship.

What child looking for their parent imagines a situation in which the roles of lover and father get mixed up? I was happily married and raising three children. Unprepared for the intensity of love and affection I felt for him during our reunion, I ignored the signs of danger as our relationship continued at intense speed. Boundaries blurred and my desire to know him ignited a sexual passion that turned his, “I love you’s,” into, “I want you.” The experience caused me to question and rebel against every rule I had known about incest, parental love, and psychological abuse.

Plunged into the depth of this haunted taboo, I felt both love and murderous hate towards the man who gave me life. If I turned away from this twisted relationship, would I lose the father I had just found?

As a survivor of genetic sexual attraction, I co-own a website, blog, and online community that supports individuals who are struggling with GSA.

This is my story. It is dark, graphic, and difficult for many to understand. I feel it necessary to disclose this information so any and all readers understand what they are buying.

If you have ever reunited with a long lost parent, this book is for you. If you are someone who has been in a twisted and complicated abusive relationship, this book is for you as well. I hope my story will help others who find themselves in a confusing adoptive reunion.”

Here is a link to purchase the book on Amazon Kindle: Wanted: A Memoir by Julie Deneen it’s only $3.99 and is worth every cent. It is a story of human tragedy, emotional overload and triumph.

All I can say is that I respect Julie for coming out with her story to help others. She really is an amazing person and her husband Andrew is a Saint for understanding and supporting her through her ordeal. They have a marriage that is truly blessed and her children are very lucky.

So that’s what I did today; got 2 things off my bucket list. I will sleep well tonight and will work hard tomorrow. Isn’t that what we do? Well, I am moving forward as the world turns. Thanks for reading and I look forward to tackling tomorrow’s challenges. Good night and see you on the rebound…

JSMatthew~

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A New Year… A New Me?

I’ve been slacking lately. It doesn’t help that my hard drive on my laptop failed and now I am forced to use a shared computer with the kids. This computer is slow and I think it may have viruses because it acts weird. Plus, the chair is too low and my wrists start hurting after a few minutes typing…

Wait, isn’t the title of this a “New” me? Then why am I still complaining? That’s one of the biggest changes I want to make this year. I want to stop being so critical of others around me and just let life happen. I’ve always been a perfectionist and I have to admit that the wife and kids are not. This often causes clashes because I need order and sometimes they like disorder.

But we are humans and we can change. So I vow in this New Year, to stop complaining and be more positive. I also want to write more and that is why I started writing this blog (I joined WordPress a few years ago but did nothing until now!) My ultimate goal is to make enough enough money as a freelance writer so that I can eventually do this full time.

So here’s to a new year with new hopes and desires, new goals and better opportunities!

Cheers!

JSMatthew~

Learn WordPress Step by Step!

If you are anything like me, you may often join a site with good intentions and once you are all signed-up, you do absolutely nothing with it! I am guilty of this but I decided to open an email sent to me by WordPress back on June 26 of last year. It was “Learn WordPress.com” and I opened it once and left it in my in-box for that day I would “have time” to go through the whole guide (about 11 pages with lots of information!) Well friends, today is the day that I Made time! This is a very useful guide published by WordPress themselves and if you haven’t checked it out yet, I suggest that you do to make the best of your blogging experience. The guide explains a lot of things including the icons and language used exclusively on the site. I learned a lot today and I am happy to share the link with you! Regards!

JSMatthew~