Monthly Archives: May 2015

Triangulation Part Two: Tangling Triangles

In the previous entry, I briefly touched on the theory of family triangles. In this section, I will relate what I witnessed of those triangles. Abuse and Misuse To understand anything of my paternal family, you must first realize the players labeled X and Y (my grandmother and grandfather) each had issues. My grandfather was […]
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Triangulation Part One: Triangles and Tangles

Where do we find the line, or lines, in our relationships with our abusive families? As anyone who has survived geometry class knows, a triangle is a shape created by three lines that connect at three points, typically called A, B and C. A connects to B connects to C connects to A and there […]
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