Stories as Told By Kory Read Online

Adult Bullies and Their Online Smear Campaigns

August 23, 2020

Over the past week I have taken the time to read every word written on those websites and I am very happy to say they no longer trigger my anxiety as they once did.

I believe the reason is due to the fact that I have accepted that Kory & Allison Read are what they are, Adult Bullies and will continue their Smear Campaign, as they do not care.

They don’t care what their written words do to people and their emotions, as they refuse to acknowledge human emotions.

They refer to me in these sites as a THING, not a person, as they don’t acknowledge any human emotions their smear campaign against me may bring. No matter how much evidence there is that show these actions like what they are doing, does have a serious effect on people.

I even have a copy of all my psychiatrist appointments, as I need to take them to NL with me, and it clearly states in there what my diagnoses are and what treatments I have been getting.

Kory & Allison Read refuse to acknowledge that their actions could effect anyone on a psychological level, and they constantly negate my mental health issues their actions have caused me.

They write their content as if I have no right to human emotions at all. We all know that is not possible.

As a human being, I have very strong emotions, especially when they have been compromised as they were over being bullied so severely over the past 4 years, online and in person when they still lived here.

All anyone really needs to do is read the content on these websites Kory & Allison Read own, as they have it written there, and you will come to understand.

Update: August 2, 2020

I went to the emergency yesterday, as I was having a really hard time with my anxiety, and couldn’t get it down. I spent a couple of hours sitting in a small room, and got to talk to a psychologist for over an hour and got medication a little stronger than what I have here, that also helped. I had a severe panic attack, first like that in a while, with hallucinations and all.

Some of it is my own fault for giving in and reading some of the newly typed crap written by Kory Read that he put online recently on my namesakes website, as I wrote on that page here.

While I was in the hospital talking to this doctor, I showed her some of the websites pages, so she could see what I was dealing with, and I could tell by her automatic facial expressions as she was reading, that it dismayed her to see such stuff online.

You can’t hide your automatic shock over reading such drivel, as laid out by Kory Read.

The images he creates of Stella Reddy on these pages with his written words are sickening to the soul. I have had people tell me that reading this garbage, actually makes them sick to their stomachs, it is that disgusting. It does for me. It isn’t so much the topic, but the way it is written and the words used, that paint such a nasty picture.

This is concrete evidence of why my anxiety is so high and won’t go down: I actually fear for my life with these sites online as they are. This doctor is also going to reach out to the Police Officer who took all my complaints over them over the past few months to see if there is anything she could do to help push it along for a charge, as there is major evidence of Stalking of people and places shown on these recent pages, with pictures!

Most people with anxiety issues don’t really know why they feel anxious, I do. I have a very real threat to my life, especially with the news in recent weeks and the evidence of hate crimes being done against others. Even a total stranger can see this is what Kory & Allison Read are trying to do!!

Just look at the words they are using, they are right out of other news articles, so they get caught in searches. They are trying to incite someone enough to do something against me, my husband, the property here, or some random tenant living here. The more they add to these pages, the more they show their own character and prove they are Adult Bullies intent on a Smear Campaign.

The past few weeks have been really hard on my anxiety. We all know moving is stressful, and moving provinces more so, especially for someone with anxiety issues anyway. One item, one day, at a time.

I thought it important to post some information on mental health issues that can be caused by being Bullied in the manner that I have been, in person and online, by Kory & Allison Read.

One thing that people with mental health problems, they spend so much time living in a fog, not being able to think straight, sometimes for days or months. I spent months in my pj’s, sitting around playing games on my tablet, not even able to decide what to have for dinner, let alone do any of the things Kory Read accuses me of on his sites. Yes, I had bouts of seeing things and hearing things that were not there. I became very paranoid, like I was being hunted. I still feel that way. Who wouldn’t with the crap online written about me by Kory & Allison Read?

You end up with memory issues, which is why the HRTO reply I did have some of the dates wrong. I already wrote about the breakdown I had and what caused me to lose my shit that day. It was the culmination of all the bullying within the building from Kory & Allison Read and other tenants here they got riled up and the pressure to stay quiet, so Kory Read wouldn’t get anything else he could twist around. Every word I say or write is taken by Kory Read and twisted with his brand of speculations. That is all his websites are about, the twists he can come up with over what was said and done by others. No, there is nothing there that they did to anyone, not even talk about trying to get a tenants’ association going to get the staff fired.

Yes, I already had PTSD for many years, since I had a house fire, and I was seriously hurt as a result. I ended up in the hospital for 3 months with 2 broken legs, smashed up knees, a busted face, and severe 3rd degree burns in some places from ash falling on me. I was in ICU for 5 weeks on a ventilator due to smoke inhalation. I spent 2 1/2 yrs in rehab learning to walk again and it took me 5 yrs of major counselling to get through the depression and PTSD, so I could function. I was also a single parent with 2 young children at the time that I was not able to look after myself so my brother lived with us and looked after them while I recovered. I also had to deal with many health issues like severe arthritis now in my knees that affect my mobility, and I had reoccurring cancer since 1999 with surgeries every couple of yrs to remove lesions. I was also diagnosed with cervical spinal stenosis in 2015, that has weakened my left side and I can’t drive much anymore as a result. I also developed a tendon tear in my left shoulder in 2018 that caused what they call a frozen shoulder where I couldn’t move it, and I am still not recovered fully yet but I do have about 80% use back in my left arm. I did all that typing for HRTO almost one handed as I couldn’t use my left hand.

I am not looking for sympathy, just understanding in that the past few yrs I have not been myself and I won’t be for a long time to come. My functioning of daily life is limited due to fear, anxiety and depression. I am no longer able to work, not just physically but mentally. I have no trust in people anymore. For the past couple of yrs just about every word I have said was twisted into some dark mess that I have no clue about, as my head just can’t go there.

I read the written words by Kory Read on his smearing websites, and I am just amazed and distressed at the depths he gets into and the twists he follows in thoughts, trying to pass these thoughts off as mine. I just can’t go there in my head, I have no clue where he gets this thinking from, as it surly isn’t me. I am just not capable to go that dark in thinking, as he laid out on these sites. Some of Kory Read’s speculations over other people are really twisted.

I am sure I have had enough readers to this site now for them to know that the way Kory Read has my character laid out on his smearing websites is all wrong. You can see from my writing here that I just don’t think the way he claims I do and I have not done anything he says I have. While people can’t know a person just from their writing, they can get enough of an idea of a person’s character to know that what one nasty person says on a bunch of websites, are all lies. That is all I need.


Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a natural emotional response to frightening or dangerous experiences that involve actual or threatened serious harm to oneself or others. However, for some people, the thoughts or memories of these events seriously affect their lives, long after any real danger has passed. These types of experiences are called “traumatic.”

Signs & Symptoms

PTSD usually appears within three months of the event, but sometimes symptoms may not appear for years. Common symptoms include:

  • re-experiencing the traumatic event over and over
  • having recurring nightmares
  • experiencing unwanted, disturbing memories of the event
  • acting or feeling as if the event is happening again
  • feeling upset when reminded of the event
  • staying away from activities, places or people that are reminders of the traumatic experience
  • avoiding friends and family
  • losing interest in activities that used to be enjoyable
  • experiencing difficulty having loving feelings
  • being unable to feel pleasure
  • constantly worrying
  • having a hard time concentrating
  • getting angry easily
  • having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep
  • fearing harm from others
  • experiencing sudden attacks of dizziness, fast heartbeat or shortness of breath
  • having fears of dying.

Causes & Risk Factors

PTSD is a response to traumatic life events, such as car crashes, fires, bombings, rape, torture or seeing a family member, friend or other person harmed or killed. Being involved in a natural disaster, such as a hurricane, flood or earthquake, can also lead to PTSD.

Some people experience traumatic events and do not develop PTSD. Many factors play a part in whether a person will develop the disorder. Risk factors make a person more likely to get PTSD, whereas protective factors reduce the likelihood of developing the disorder.

Risk factors for PTSD include:

  • experiencing dangerous events and trauma in the past
  • having a history of mental health or substance use problems
  • feeling helplessness or extreme fear
  • having a small support system after the traumatic event
  • feeling guilt, shame or responsibility for the event or its outcome
  • experiencing additional stress after the event (e.g. loss of a loved one, pain and injury, loss of a job or home).


Stress is a normal response to situational pressures or demands, especially if they are perceived as threatening or dangerous. Stress is the result of brain chemicals, called hormones, surging through the body. These hormones make people sweat, breathe quicker, tense their muscles and prepare to take action. When this happens, a person’s built-in alarm system—their “fight-or-flight” response—becomes activated to protect them.

A certain amount of stress is a normal part of daily life. Small doses of stress help people meet deadlines, be prepared for presentations, be productive and arrive on time for important events. However, long-term stress can become harmful. When stress becomes overwhelming and prolonged, the risks for mental health problems and medical problems increase.

Long-term stress increases the risk of mental health problems such as anxiety and depression, substance use problems, sleep problems, pain and bodily complaints such as muscle tension. It also increases the risk of medical problems such as headaches, gastrointestinal problems, a weakened immune system, difficulty conceiving, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and stroke.

Signs & Symptoms

The signs and symptoms of stress may be cognitive (thinking-related), emotional, physical or behavioural. Their severity can range from mild to severe.

Cognitive symptoms include:

  • difficulty concentrating or thinking
  • memory problems
  • negativity or lack of self-confidence
  • constant worrying
  • difficulty making decisions.

Emotional symptoms include:

  • moodiness
  • low morale
  • irritability
  • feeling hopeless or helpless
  • feeling apprehensive, anxious or nervous
  • feeling depressed
  • feeling unhappy or guilty
  • feeling agitated or unable to relax.

Physical symptoms include:

  • headaches
  • muscle tension or other physical pain or discomfort
  • stomach problems
  • nausea, diarrhea or vomiting
  • loss of sex drive
  • rapid heart rate
  • high blood pressure
  • fatigue.

Behavioural symptoms include:

  • changes in eating or sleeping patterns
  • social withdrawal
  • nervous habits such as nail biting, teeth grinding or foot tapping
  • increased use of caffeinecigarettesalcohol or other drugs
  • neglect of family or work responsibilities
  • decline in performance or productivity.

Causes & Risk Factors

Stress often results if a person feels that there are high pressures or demands, that there is a threat to their well-being or that they don’t have enough resources to cope with the demands.

Common sources of stress include a person’s physical environment (e.g., noisy streets or an unsafe living space), relationships, work, life situations and major life changes. These situations can include negative events such as financial problems, relationship breakup, difficulties at work or school, injury, illness or death and grieving. However, situations leading to stress can also include positive changes, such as work promotions, getting married or buying a house.

Because stress is a normal part of life, everyone experiences it. However, the intensity, frequency and duration of stress will be different for each person. Numerous factors can make the experience of stress worse, such as when people:

  • have limited social support
  • have multiple stressors
  • have difficulty regulating or balancing their emotions
  • have difficulty tolerating uncertainty or distress
  • lack self-confidence or do not feel they can cope with the stressor
  • interpret the stressor negatively, so that they feel powerless, overwhelmed or helpless.


​Clinical depression is a complex mood disorder caused by various factors, including genetic predisposition, personality, stress and brain chemistry.


Depression is much more than simple unhappiness.

Clinical depression, sometimes called major depression, is a complex mood disorder caused by various factors, including genetic predisposition, personality, stress and brain chemistry. While it can suddenly go into remission, depression is not something that people can “get over” by their own effort.

Some forms of depression may develop under unique circumstances:

Depression with psychosis: In some cases, depression may become so severe that a person loses touch with reality and experiences hallucinations (hearing voices or seeing people or objects that are not really there) or delusions (beliefs that have no basis in reality).

Signs & Symptoms

The main symptom of depression is a sad, despairing mood that:

  • is present most days and lasts most of the day
  • lasts for more than two weeks
  • impairs the person’s performance at work, at school or in social relationships.

Other symptoms of depression include:

  • changes in appetite and weight
  • sleep problems
  • loss of interest in work, hobbies, people or sex
  • withdrawal from family members and friends
  • feeling useless, hopeless, excessively guilty, pessimistic or having low self-esteem
  • agitation or feeling slowed down
  • irritability
  • fatigue
  • trouble concentrating, remembering or making decisions
  • crying easily, or feeling like crying but being not able to
  • thoughts of suicide (which should always be taken seriously)
  • a loss of touch with reality, hearing voices (hallucinations) or having strange ideas (delusions).

Causes & Risk Factors

There is no single cause of depression.

Potential triggers of depression include:

  • genetic or family history of depression
  • psychological or emotional vulnerability to depression
  • biological factors such as imbalances in brain chemistry and in the endocrine/immune systems
  • major stress in the person’s life.

Panic Disorder

​Panic disorder refers to recurrent, unexpected panic attacks that involve stressful physical and cognitive symptoms, and behavioural signs.


Panic disorder refers to recurrent, unexpected panic attacks (e.g., heart palpitations, sweating, trembling) followed by at least one month of:

  • constant concern about having another panic attack or the consequences of a panic attack (e.g., having a heart attack), and/or
  • significant behaviour changes related to the attacks (e.g., avoiding exercise or places for fear of having a panic attack).

A panic attack is a sudden feeling of intense fear or discomfort that peaks within minutes. It includes stressful physical and cognitive symptoms as well as behavioural signs.

Signs & Symptoms

Physical symptoms include:

  • pounding heart
  • sweating
  • trembling or shaking
  • shortness of breath
  • feelings of choking
  • chest pain or discomfort
  • dizziness or nausea
  • sensations of heat or cold
  • numbness or tingling
  • feelings of unreality or being detached.

Cognitive symptoms include thoughts such as:

  • “I’m having a heart attack.”
  • “I’m suffocating.”
  • “I’m losing control.”
  • “I’m going crazy.”

Behavioural signs include:

  • avoiding places where the person had anxiety symptoms in the past (e.g., a certain grocery store) or similar places (e.g., all grocery stores)
  • avoiding travel, malls, line-ups
  • avoiding strenuous activities (e.g., exercise).

Causes & Risk Factors

It is not known exactly why some people develop panic disorder, although research suggests that various factors may be involved. Like most mental health problems, panic disorder appears to be caused by a combination of biological and psychological factors and challenging life experiences, including:

  • stressful or traumatic life events
  • a family history of panic disorder
  • other medical or psychiatric problems.

Anxiety Disorders

​Anxiety is cause for concern when symptoms are persistent and severe and cause distress to the person’s daily life.


Everyone experiences symptoms of anxiety, but they are generally occasional and short-lived, and do not cause problems. But when the cognitive, physical and behavioural symptoms of anxiety are persistent and severe, and anxiety causes distress in a person’s life to the point that it negatively affects his or her ability to work or study, socialize and manage daily tasks, it may be beyond the normal range.

The main categories of anxiety disorders are:

People with anxiety disorders may feel anxious most of the time or for brief intense episodes, which may occur for no apparent reason. They may have anxious feelings that are so uncomfortable that they avoid daily routines and activities that might cause these feelings. Some people have occasional anxiety attacks so intense that they are terrified or immobilized.

People with anxiety disorders are usually aware of the irrational and excessive nature of their fears. When they come for treatment, many say, “I know my fears are unreasonable, but I just can’t seem to stop them.”

Signs & Symptoms

Each of these anxiety disorders is distinct in some ways, but they all share the same hallmark features:

  • irrational and excessive fear
  • apprehensive and tense feelings
  • difficulty managing daily tasks and/or distress related to these tasks.

Cognitive, behavioural and physical symptoms include:

  • anxious thoughts (e.g., “I’m losing control” )
  • anxious predictions (e.g., “I’m going to fumble my words and humiliate myself”)
  • anxious beliefs (e.g., “Only weak people get anxious”)
  • avoidance of feared situations (e.g., driving)
  • avoidance of activities that elicit sensations similar to those experienced when anxious (e.g., exercise)
  • subtle avoidances (behaviours that aim to distract the person, e.g., talking more during periods of anxiety)
  • safety behaviours (habits to minimize anxiety and feel “safer,” e.g., always having a cell phone on hand to call for help)
  • excessive physical reactions relative to the context (e.g., heart racing and feeling short of breath in response to being at the mall).

The physical symptoms of anxiety may be mistaken for symptoms of a physical illness, such as a heart attack.

Causes & Risk Factors

Like most mental health problems, anxiety disorders appear to be caused by a combination of biological factors, psychological factors and challenging life experiences, including:

  • stressful or traumatic life event
  • family history of anxiety disorders
  • childhood development issues
  • alcohol, medications or illegal substances
  • other medical or psychiatric problems.

3 thoughts on “Adult Bullying & Mental Health

    1. Thank you!! It helps greatly to feel not so alone in this struggle against bullies. AS you have noticed, mine can get really nasty… One good thing is that now they are finally showing their true colours to all who read his crap… lol

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