Born To Be Miserable

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Stalking and Abuse and Needed Help from God and Others - by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

Sheep - like the ones pictured above are not a threat to
abusers whose perceived job is to intimidate and harass
people not willing to "follow them"
who are clear thinking.

At some point in time, I picked up a stalker.  The stalker is apparent in the intelligence - or auditory mode which some of us are a part of.  The stalker never wants me to forget that I was a victim.  The stalker insists on calling me various names, and was the reason that Federal Complaints were filed in part. 

Women in particular become victims like this,.  This person was extortion related to begin with, and could have been the reason I was robbed and became a victim.  The person, I think is a man, and will not give up.  This is a chronic problem for some of us - who are trying hard to have a life, then find that in varied environments, we are supposed to be re-victimized because of people like this.  I predict that the person will be found, and their "placement" will be in prison, probably not for the first time. 

The scam that went along with this is that in Ohio, where this problem started, people other than the crooks who heard crooks threatening them and were able to read this on a computer keyboard, were told things like "You are mentally ill hearing voices". because of a massive corruption cult.  Listening to Brandenburg concertos, ignoring the problem, and fighting back with the perpetrator did not seem to be valid solutions to the problem, because the problem is still at large, is more than likely some kind of rapist or other sex offender, and is on a power play kick when it comes to prior and/or past victims. 

A lot has been written in regard to this topic. 

The point is that at some point in time, everyone becomes a victim of people like this.  This person is now supposed to be my life - I think I am supposed to chase the person, harass the person back, and make the person';s life as miserable as it made mine to impress other crooks.  This is a waste of my time and my life.

I acknowledge that this person - the problem - is there.  Complaints have been filed because of this rat.  And the police and others now have to do their job in the apprehension of this slimeball - so the eternal cat and mouse game of the police and people with criminal profiles touched my life profoundly.

This was an experience I did not think I needed to have, but had anyhow.  The point is that all experiences, good and bad, add to the person's life and happen for a reason. 

LIFE  - Be In It!

Friday, May 6, 2011

"Sex Offenders Become Homeless Also" - by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

An Orangutan, still alive,  who is still alive and not the main course for dinner.

There are currently several sex offenders listed as living at Weaver House - a public Shelter where I stay which is located at 305 West Lee Street, Greensboro, NC  27406.  One of them is not me.  This is something that I needed to be aware of.

Exerpts from "The Malachi House II" Newsletter: May 3, 2011

A Pathway to Happiness and better well being for
a certain population - Treatment based -
is Malachi House II.

The skill here is in learning to ask tough questions and to give honest answers.  It's about asking yourself hard questions- about your strengths and weaknesses, for example, or about the role you play in your own problems - and giving yourself honest answers.  when going through hard times, the questions you choose to ask yourself are key  to how what you will focus on and how you will handle the storm.

What is your view of people and of the world?  What is your view of the future?
Research into children and adults who flourished despite adversity shows the following.  Relationships begin in childhood with contacting - making fleeting ties with others who are emotionally available.  In adolescents, relationships sharpen into recruiting  the deliberate attempt to engage with adults and peers who are helpful and supportive.  In adults, relationships mature in attaching - mutually gratifying personal ties that are characterized by a balance of give and take.

Research has shown that adults who emerged in healthy ways from distressing childhoods practiced independence as defined in the following way:  they distanced themselves emotionally and physically from the sources of trouble in their life.  Independence begins in children with straying - wondering away when trouble is in the air.  In adolescents independence grows into emotional disengagement - detaching from troublesome situations and standing up for oneself.  In adults, independence takes form in separating - taking control over the power of one's pain.


Initiative is the ability to take charge of problems, instead of being overwhelmed by them.  You must learn that if you are ever going to live long and with significance in this world, you are going to have to accept and embrace adversity as a challenge and opportunity, rather than something to be overwhelmed by.  The bigger dreams and goals you have, the more adversity you can expect. 


Creativity is using the imagination in a way that, once again, helps you mobilize your resources and navigate tough situations in life.  Creativity and humor are related resiliencies.  One of the most helpful tools to tapping creativity during tough times is a workbook called The Artists Way Workbook, by Julia Cameron.  It encourages the practice of freehand journaling every morning in order to tap into your inner resources.  Other helpful forms of creativity may include drawing, listening to music, painting, walking in nature, and meditation.  I have found that I am most creative internally when I am running out in open nature all alone.


Humor is an offshoot of creativity.  Learn not to take yourself or life too seriously!  Learn to cultivate your sense of humor, because when you do, it will help you in the midst of difficulty, shape your reality by offsetting pain, and help you laugh in the face of the absurdity of your pains and troubles.  By no means do I mean that you should minimize or pretend that your troubles don't exist.  However, being able to find humor in every situation will help you cope more effectively.  Learn to enjoy funny books or movies.  Laugh often. 

Morality and Values 

This means you have identified your core personal Values, and that you are living and acting on the basis of an informed conscience.  It means that you have developed a philosophy of living and a moral framework and principles for behaving and decision making.  Ultimately, these values and principles will serve as roots that will give you nourishment when the storms of adversity pound against you.  In the most responsible and developed stage of morality and values, we have an obligation to use our gifts and talents to serve others, even in the midst of suffering and pain.  I cite some examples here:  Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, and Martin Luther King, Jr.  These are only a few examples of persons who tapped into morality and spirituality in the midst of adversity.

I hope that you will use these advanced life skills to successfully navigate the ups and downs of life, both in the seemingly small, and the very big.  Let me know if you have used any of these skills, whether you are using any now, and which ones you would like to develop for the future."

Post Script:
Malachi House also treats Gangsters and Gangster types.

Letter sent to Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio), Senator Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota) and Senator Richard Burr, North Carolina today - May 6, 2011

"I a Fairy, pictured here, have black "features", but white skin. 
I am similar to others who are being abused by blacks in many states.

There is a big problem with black gang activity abusing whites who are interested in getting jobs in Social Services in city hubs or using Social Services. These black get ignorant with whites and favor other blacks openly. In Ohio there is a problem with this at Faith Mission, a public shelter, and other areas. There is a problem with this at The Interactive Resource Center, 407 E. Washington Street, Greensboro, NC. There is also a problem with this in all kinds of other areas - like work related Social Services areas. Blacks in certain areas will not ever refer whites for jobs they have made available to other blacks. There is a fake large black Somalian group in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Columbus, Ohio; and other cities where the blacks where Somalian clothes and pretend to be Somalian, but are not Somalian at all but from larger cities in the USA. I have been robbed, raped, and told that I was supposed to be black, and am clearly not black. I as a result have unresolved crime issues and have not been able to attain employment for a long thanks to this type of crook getting involved in leftist activity.

Thank in advance for your attention to this matter.


Kimberly Koerber

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Hello! I am a Social Worker (since 1990) and a writer. I am seeking writing jobs, funding for my Writing business called "the Indigo Drum" and a way to run an office again, plus a car.