Women’s Equality Day 2015
On this day the 26th of August 1920 women achieved the right to vote in the US.
Thinking about equality for women, the mentally challenged and their children.
Having left my mark on the O.C.G.A. since 1992 to current I have fought progressively and passionately for the rights of women and their children including those mentally challenged and having equal and fair rights to your child. To an open, loving and fulfilling relationship and bond just as any other parent and child is allowed to experience.
I was kept from my 4 girls all for being a family violence victim and being treated at Northside Hospital’s emergency room and then onto my voluntary admission to Peachford for therapy, counseling and recovery from the family violence, depression and codependency as the caregiver to Mr. Sasser.
Since 1992 to current Honorable Bills, Honorable Nation, Honorable Rhymer, Honorable Ozburn and Honorable McAdams have all felt that me and my children deserved an open and loving relationship. A bond that we once shared.
I have blogged of this issue until I am blue in the face but today being Women;s Equality Day I hope when you think of equality and humanitarianism that you will think of me and my girls.
My 11th anniversary fell on August 5th 2015 of this year from my very first initial diagnosis of family violence and depression even though many in Rockdale County new it to be true. Many were fully aware including the District Attorney’s Office and school counselors. For specific Mrs. Leslie Styles who overheard my ex husband cursing, threatening and abusing me and my son Tyler one evening in a drunken stupor and then for Mr. Sasser and his father to confront Mrs. Styles and for her to tell them both to their faces not to lie to her that she had heard every word and was on the very urge of calling the police had I begged her not to do so. I do not typically talk specifics but Mr. Sasser has gotten away with murder for years now with me and my children suffering the aftermath of his problems and shortcomings.
Even given Mr. Sasser nor his family have ever had not one single complaint against me as a mother nor as a wife and I have never had not one single question, hint, suggestion, implication nor accusation as to any wrong doing as a mother nor as a wife by anyone for that matter. Not ever. Mr. Sasser still insists on me filing contempt after contempt action against him in court for abusing the system and using my girls as tools in his weapon of a tool box against me and the hatred over me leaving him for good and purchasing my own home and thriving without him up and until that final break in my life when I suffered the nervous breakdown from throwing my daughter into the back of a car and driving off with her and a family violence incident taking place of which Northside Hospital reported properly and the case was closed two weeks after it was reported due to not being able to locate me according to investigations. With Lt. John Mumford later appearing in open court in front of the Honorable Nation to personally deliver the file of the abuse reported by Northside and Peachford.
It is time once again to see Mr. Sasser in court for failing to comply with the court’s Order and wishes. Given my daughter’s age of nearly 16 now I do not know if the court will entertain another contempt hearing or dismiss it all together but I will be back in court very soon with Mr. Sasser for the courts ruling once again. Being justified in court as a matter of fact in several courtrooms has been a great pleasure and a great relief and release other than the fact that Mr. Sasser still insists on telling his stories, excuses and lies to my girls ruining the close and loving bond we once shared and cherished.
Not one single attorney involved in the issue at the time of my divorce went to bat for me nor my children forever ruining 5 ladies lives including my son with their incompetence.
I had to personally hold a Pro Se case where I had issued a subpoena for Northside Hospital staff, The Rockdale County Sheriff’s Department and The Dekalb Community Service Board all on my full behalf. All in front of Honorable Nation ready, willing and able to testify on my full behalf.
I have spent the last year working as a nursing assistant and working to acquire my CPS Certified Peer Specialist certification. The following requirements are that to becoming a CPS:
Certified Peer Specialist
1100+ Georgia Certified Peer Specialists Since October 2001 Since 2001 to present I have written often of becoming a Certified Peer Specialist to include the following requirements: > Candidates must have diagnosis of mental illness or a dual diagnosis of mental illness and addictive disease and must desire to identify themselves as a person with mental illness current or former consumer of mental health services. > Applicants must hold a high school diploma or GED and may be requested to provide a copy of this document. > Must demonstrate strong reading comprehension and written communication skills as indicated on their responses on the pre – test which is part of the application. > Must have demonstrated experience with leadership, advocacy or governance. > Must be well grounded in recovery These facts are taken directly from the Certified Peer Specialist brochure. The motto of the CPS being “Each One Reach One.”
Please know and think of me and my girls when you think of equality in the State of Georgia USA and the O.C.G.A. as I have left my footprints for over twenty years now to present.
Family violence victims and the mentally challenged have rights. Mr. Sasser and this State pretty much ruined my life as I have single handed brought it back together and held myself together continuing to thrive.
God’s divine purpose, plan and will for my life has been left behind in the O.C.G.A. and in the Business/Legal Office program of study and Paralegal program of Dekalb Technical College and as intern for The Newton County Public Defender. Leaving behind a trail of rights achieved for equality for women, children and the mentally challenged.
As well as focusing on the importance of health and health care in other matters pertaining to my life that have taken place. Keeping health at the forefront of the desired goal. A goal in which to share mine and my children’s medical records if ever necessary especially mine given so many family members of mine have passed from cancer and brain tumor cancer with my grandfather working in the construction and development business.
Hoping you spent your Women’s Day of Equality celebrating the proud ground that so many women have made for future generations and prayerful that when you think of equality and humanitarianism that you will think of me and my girls and hold us near.
Good evening from Covington Georgia USA 1822