Author Archives: Teresa G. D'vall

About Teresa G. D'vall

(Not An Award Winning) Author. Compulsive bragger. War winner. Believes in filling the half empty glass with lemonade. Lazy.

How To Tame Your Toxic Narcissist

By Teresa G. D’vall Remember when Tom Hanks lost his shoe and was left clinging to a raft being chased by a propeller? Then, just before the fire consumed Fedex Flight blew up and sank, he found a paddle but … Continue reading

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The Secret Life of Wyatt Colman: Realtor, Fish Whisperer, Liar

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Teresa G. D’vall ? ? <a href=”http://e87c6ibckgio1o99idljer3r5n.hop.clickbank.net/&#8221; target=”_top”>Click Here!</a> https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=257238636h       Stephen King once compared the short story to a kiss, brief, yet intimate and sometimes more memorable than reading a good novel, which he described as…

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Why You Shouldn’t Miss the Moment

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Teresa G. D’vall Uncle Wiggly is a board game introduced by Milton Bradley in 1916 and themed around a rabbit who does a lot of hopping through the forest for reasons I no longer recall. My…

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How to Tame Your Toxic Narcissist

  By Teresa G  D’vall Clear your browsing history and wait, reader I will never know. I’m going to tell a story that no one wants to read…        

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Sticks and Bones…

By Teresa G. D’vall The phrase “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me,” although well intentioned, is painfully false. If you are blissfully unaware that “names” can kill, kidnap your children and imprison your … Continue reading

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Murder by Mail: How It Could Happen to You

By Teresa G. D’vall 138 days ago, a convicted domestic abuser walked into NY State Court and kidnapped two children by committing perjury. The mother was forced to endure a trial, pro se, against an accomplished attorney, and exonerated herself. … Continue reading

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