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Jan 18, 2013

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Roachdale, IN

Ladoga Academy wants to meet neighbors

Here's a blog that I wrote on my experience at Ladoga, very long, detailed, and still makes me tear up a certain parts. http://tothestarsl t/40978199681/some times-the-bad-memo ries-still-surface -even-after  (Jan 19, 2013 | post #122)

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"To the stars"

Local Favorites:

Midnight movie premiers!

I Belong To:

My amazingly, wonderful husband. My true soul mate, who I couldn't be more thankful to have by my side, and to understand me so deeply.

When I'm Not on Topix:

Read This Book:

The Mortal Instruments, The Beach, The Hunger Games, Here, There. I'm obsessed with Paranormal Romance!

Favorite Things:

I'm completely obsessed with Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio and have been since 1996. He'll always be my hero and such a huge part of my life!

On My Mind:

My blog written on my experiences at Ladoga -

Blog / Website / Homepage:

I Believe In:

I believe that every single thing I've gone through in my lifetime, both good and bad have made me who I am. And though there are many things that happened to me that I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy, it's somehow made me stronger and more understanding. People who were supposed to protect me while I was supposed to be getting treatment, took advantage of the situation and made my life a living Hell. I have moved past those hard times, and am living a wonderful life now. But sometimes I still have nightmares, and still look back to the past that was anything but nice... I'm so thankful that I've come out of everything, and am no longer being treated with hateful disrespect that I simply did not deserve. To the hateful staff at Ladoga (not every single one), you did not break me! You knew I was not a criminal, you knew I had mental illness, and you abused me and made me feel worthless... But I recovered, and your Hell hole was SHUT DOWN! Thank-you for absolutely nothing, besides making me realize how I never want to be treated again, and how I would NEVER treat another human being. Thank God for Oaklawn Hospital who treated my physical illness from Ladoga, and for actually treating my mental illness the way a therapist should help someone with mental illness, not as a criminal, when I was someone who had never, and has never broken the law.