Trish Propson devotes much of her writing to sexual abuse and exploitation as a published author and newspaper columnist with the goal of shining shine on the devastating impact of sexual abuse and exploitation within Christian communities. She is currently working on a research study and compiling stories of sexual abuse and exploitation compilation called Write Your Story.

 

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Sexual Abuse Awareness Month

Sexual Abuse Awareness Month

By Trish Propson, Director, rekenekt As published in the Times Villager, April 11,  2018 April has been designated as Sexual Abuse Awareness month in the United States. Is it a coincidence that...

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Honoring a noble profession

Honoring a noble profession

As published October 29, 2013, Appleton Post Crescent My daughter raised her right hand to be sworn in. On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust. I...

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Unplug and Reconnect

Unplug and Reconnect

Rekenekt by Trish Propson As printed in the Times Villager, March 2015 “I wish my mom would get a clue. She doesn’t know me or what I do online everyday. She tries to be relevant, but let’s face...

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Graduation: Ending or Beginning?

Graduation: Ending or Beginning?

For thousands of high school seniors and parents across our area, graduation season signifies both endings and beginnings. Is graduation merely the closing of one door and opening of another, or is...

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Suicide Prevention Day Matters

Suicide Prevention Day Matters

September 10, 2015 has been declared Suicide Prevention Day. For many people, suicide remains an abstract problem that plagues other people in other places. But, for local high school students and...

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Take Time To Have Fun

Take Time To Have Fun

Originally Published in the Times Villager, November 2014 “I wish I could tell my dad to lighten up.” “My mom is so stressed and angry all the time. I miss her.” “We used to be best friends, now she...

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A History of Disconnection

A History of Disconnection

“Sometimes I see my dad on his day off.” “My mom works two jobs and gets home after I am in bed.” “I have three dads, two moms, and nine grandparents, but some I have never met.” Two questions were...

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Words Matter

Words Matter

“Look at me, I am an ice skater.” I smiled in delight as the tiny blonde princess down the grocery store aisle swirled in a circle with her arms artistically poised over her head. When she caught my...

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Losing Lexicon

Losing Lexicon

My daughter looked at me in disgust. A young couple bolted past us calling each other nasty names spewing a torrent of violent expletives before moving on. Feeling violated by this unwelcome...

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