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November 23, 2013

The Murder of Yennifer Karina Fuentes

Le Chrysalis Remembers Yennifer Karina Fuentes

Police Identify Woman Found Stabbed To Death In Charlotte

Updated: 6:47 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, 2009 | Posted: 5:08 a.m. Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Charlotte, N.C. - Police have identified Yennifer Karina Fuentes as the woman who was stabbed to death late Monday night. Officers said Victor Alfonso Cruz Garcia is being charged with Fuente's murder.

The Murder of Nancy M. Bradley

Le Chrysalis Remembers Nancy M. Bradley

Woman Murdered In Dudleytown

January 28, 2009

A 38-year-old Jackson County man is accused of murder in the shooting death of his wife at their Dudleytown home last Thursday night.

Bryon S. Bradley of 2456 S. 750 E will be charged with the murder of his wife, authorities. Bradley remains at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, where he was taken after an incident that left his wife, Nancy M. Bradley, 39, dead of a gunshot wound. Bradley inflicted cuts upon himself in an apparent attempted suicide, Sheriff Marc Lahrman said.


I found this information while helping my son with his Psych homework and felt it was very informative and could truly help someone understand PTSD better!

Too many that have been through DV and abuse have PTSD and just don’t realize it.  Read through this information, and you may find out that the reason you don’t feel normal is because at this time, you have PTSD and you are at your own normal!  Don’t give up!  Just because you are going through what you are now doesn’t mean it can’t get better!  Besides…being normal is over rated, being abnormal is much more fun Winking smile

If you feel some of the below really explains what you are going through, consult a professional!  There is NO shame in having PTSD because of the abuse inflicted upon you!  Get it treated, get support, get better and get feeling better about yourself!

Remember, even family members that have witnessed the abuse can develop PTSD!

Diagnosis Dictionary

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Although it is always kicked off by a terrifying event, PTSD may have roots in biology as much as in experience. Exposure therapy and other psychotherapy, and medication, all have a role in treating the flashbacks, anger outbursts, physical distress and other signs of the disorder.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that may develop after exposure to a terrifying event or ordeal in which severe physical harm occurred or was threatened. Traumatic events that may trigger PTSD include violent personal assaults, natural or unnatural disasters, accidents, or military combat.