Without Prejudice When Mervelee Myers Did A Voice Of A Child Research For June O’Sullivan I Did Not Know I Would Be Made A Criminal Needing ERT

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Coping along the way

My mum has always known, cared for and be around family friends and acquaintances who needed special support because of illnesses all of her life from she was very young.  She lost children in infancy; helped to care for her dad, husband, mother; buried her brother, sons and numerous family but she was always able to bounce back.  Now that the Lord has seen fit to strike her down with Dementia, this has become a trying time for her and the rest of the family.  We know there is no way back and we have to do our utmost best to support her the best we can until she is called home to rest from her toils.  Now that I am older and wiser I will no longer question the works of God as I did when my dad was stricken for over a decade with his illnesses.  I have also come to terms with the fact that I will not be able to get rid of the DNA hence the genes I was born with and is trying to make my life as beneficial as is decently possible until the good Lord decided my time has come to be struck down with any one of my many ailments which I inherited from my parents.  In the meantime I am saving my energies to make mum’s life as comfortable as possible until the rest of her remaining days here on this earth?  Sometimes I get burden down along the way and as I am only human lose my cool, but like my mum I refused to keep down and will fight for a better outcome.  I have decided to find an outlet for my pent up emotions and use my knowledge creatively by writing about life’s experiences.  So I hope this medium will put me on the road to redeeming myself and enable me to become more focused about the things that are most important to me.  As of today I hope I can become a better person towards everyone who crosses my paths and my children will be proud of me as a MOTHER the same way I am proud of the Mother who made me into the person I am today?

In honour of MUM

When I was born over ½ of a century ago my mum and gran were the 2 most dominant females in my life as I was blessed with only brothers, so I was always surrounded by males.  This continued to be the norm as I was blessed with 2 younger siblings who turned out to be boys, and not the longed for sister I had wanted all my life. However I was later compensated for my lack of female siblings by the kind of long lasting relationships I forged along life’s journeys.  These relationships have led to my having so many role models, some older, my age and even younger in a support network that span the different communities in which I am privileged to have lived.  Because of growing up in a household of mostly males it is no surprise that I grew up to be a typical Tom Boy until I hit puberty when mum tried to put a stop to my Tom foolery ways without an explanation.  However after much reflections I can understand mum’s rationale for trying to rope in the stubborn child whom I had become?   I must confess that over the years I have morphed so much into my mum and granny that it is very much uncanny.  I keep reminding myself at times…, but that’s exactly what mum and gran would do in the same circumstances.  Reminds me of some of the sayings like chip doan fly fur from block, kettle a cuss pot black, pig did ask sow wat mek your mouth long suh and sow sey bambye you will see…

As today is celebrated as MOTHER’s Day (except in UK) and Dementia Awareness Week (in UK) I must confessed that I am glad to say I still have a Mother who is 89 years and counting. However I am here harking and wishing I could turn the clock back to the time before I discovered that MUM was developing Dementia and tried to break the news to my family.  Even now it is hard to get some of my siblings to understand where I am coming from about the slow deteiorations in mum’s mental health.  Of late her condition has exacerbated to the point where she hardly recognises her children at times.  I share moments with my big breda Balis where I am overcome with laughter or shed tears about some of the antics she gets up to.  I am a very sentimental person who knows more about Mum than she even knows about herself and she has covered her vulnerability with a cloak to hide the pains and grief’s she suffered throughout her life.  Like Mum I too have been covering myself with that cloak to get away from the hurts, but I guess not as successful as her as I am always overcome by emotions?

So today I am writing this little ditty as a reminder of the wonderful person MUM is and was, and I thank my lucky stars that dad chose her to be OUR Mother.  Mama has had her ups and down throughout life coping with all kinds of adversities that would cause a lesser person to hand in the towel, but she never complained about her lot in life and picking the short straw.  She was a stern Mother who never puts up with any foolishness from any one; she did her duties by her family, friends and community; lived an exemplary life serving her God and most of all was there to provide care and support for those who needed her services.  She was a tower of strength when dad and later her mum took sick and she eventually had to go out and worked like a man to make sure her family had bread on the table.

I was in my early teens when dad took sick and over the years I watched as the burdens of life took their tools on MUM, but she never once shirked her responsibilities to her family.  It breaks my heart each time I called to speak to her and sometimes she has retreated to a world of her own where even I her only daughter cannot intrude.  And then when she has some clarity and says things like you are so far away and don’t have money to come and look for me…?  It makes matters even worse.  But I have to deal with the realities of life and know that I have to continue working hard in the UK despite whatever may befall me in order to afford to give MUM a better quality of life.  So it is with a heavy heart I sit here and write this tribute to my MOTHER for the years of dedicated services she has provided.  I know I have inherited all Mama’s traits and there is no escaping, but I hope I’ll be able to conduct myself with as much Dignity dealing with what life throws at me

Charles Manson
Charles Manson, The Innocent Child to Mass Murderer. In part 1 of a set of 3 videos about Charles Manson, we look at his childhood, his environment, his early influences that may have total changed his personality totally and made him the man he became. I suppose the question we should also ask about Charlie, was he born to kill or was the external influences, i.e., his Childhood with some terrible and shocking, emotional, and physical abuse. Charles Milles Manson (nee Maddox; Born November 12, 1934- November 19, 2017 was an American criminal and cult leader. Charles Mason had the art of Manipulation, he craved power and control. In mid-1967, he formed what became known as the “Manson Family”, a quasi-commune based in California. His followers committed a series of nine murders at four locations in July and August 1969. The prosecution contended that, while Manson never directly ordered the murders, his ideology constituted an overt act of conspiracy. Before the murders, Manson had spent more than half of his life in correctional institutions. This video was made last year for Partners in Crime Members but it is now to let out to public view. The Members Lounge will have all new videos this year, Enjoy and Subscribe. Thank you Social Links: FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/maonfb/ INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/murderanaly… REDDIT – https://www.reddit.com/user/MurderAna… MEMBER’S PROGRAM – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgKQ… INTRO BY ENGLISH GRAVE/AVCM STUDIOS – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxUK…

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funnybunnybl
Being from the U.S. I thought I knew most the details of Charles Manson, I was wrong. Thanks for your indepth research and sharing of information.

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Alexandria Hendry
Very interesting case. Have always looked into this. Thank you again Christina and Lacey

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Jodi Kelly
Thank you Christina 👏🏼 I have been watching videos about this sad case all month and your amazing informed video just came up Always have a in depth telling Missed you 🥰

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Ajay Jackson
Awesome 👍 can’t wait to get home to watch this, i always found this case interesting and could never understand how he managed to influence all these followers, thanks for this upload Christina

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Lisa Cooper
Thank you Christina and Lacy! Lovely to see you guys back!👌😁👏♥

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Lisa Cooper
Any chance you could do the Sylvia lykens case please Christina? Many thanks!
maxine babbage
Glad to see you back missed you 😍

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jeanette Hinds
I don’t think I said happy new year to all my partners in crime. So happy new year.

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Michael Brock
You wait for 1 video for 6 weeks and then 3 come along at once. 🙂
veritehunt78
Nice to see you again, you look great!
maxine babbage
Love you to do ted bundy 😘
Mark Morley
CHEERS CHRIS, LACEY XX

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Jo Smith
you been on holiday 😘👍

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