Read JUDGING ME, by: (Hon.) Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock, former Federal, US EEOC Judge

JUDGING ME, (Ret.) (Hon.) Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock’s..

Tell-All Autobiography About Beating Incredulous Odds That Included Horrific Child Sexual Abuse, Psychological Abuse, and human/Child Sex Trafficking at the hands of her Bullock’s father, Impoverished and Alone, Survivor of Multiple Sclerosis (“MS”), Systemic Lupus, and now contending with Blindness (not that anyone could tell by looking or speaking with this phenomenal portrait of a  true lady of the virtuous and spiritual gifts of “weightier matters”justice, mercy,  and  fairness whose inner beauty and rare strength show on the outside as well (Matthew 23:13-23:23, The Holy Bible, all real versions, including King James Version of 1611).

Stellar Success as an expert trial litigator,  Professor of Law, LDMBA,  at the University of San Diego, Federal, US Judge for the EEOC, and Author/Publisher and Highly- Sought -After for Speaking Engagements,Mother, Grandmother, Survivor of Many Calculated and Otherwise Unspeakable acts, the venerable, real, and honorable Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock in this Epic odyssey and that takes her reader(s) along on a journey with her to the “Gates of Hell” and back. 

These gates, however, which are contrary to those originally conjured in Alighieri Dante’s Inferno, have no BAR, but instead of demanding the sojourners, or readers, to “abandon all hope and leave at the “Gate” (of Hell, citing to Dante’s Inferno), (Hon.) Judge Mary  Elizabeth Bullock unbolts the courthouse doors to the possibility of hope for those less fortunate that the key “stakeholders/shareholders” rejected or failed to live up to their honest services duties in regard to the less fortunate, the meek, humble, down in spirit, the needy, orphans, widows, and children,in her continued and valiant fight to restore justice and ethics in the courts.

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 This inspiring memoir describes a hard-won life of achievement. In the face of overwhelming adversity, Mary Elizabeth Bullock makes her name as an experienced trial litigator, a respected business law professor, and a federal civil rights judge. She finds brilliant success in spite of being blind, and being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and systemic lupus, and despite having enduring a childhood poisoned by unspeakable abuse. Her book offers hope and motivation to others who have been cruelly betrayed by those who should have been their protectors. It holds knowledge that can help heal adults damaged by sexually abusive childhoods, and it offers understanding and support to those who love them. When she was a helpless child, Bullock’s father sexually abused her for ten plus years.  She was beaten, tortured, sold into sex slavery and molested in physically and psychologically unbearable ways. Perhaps worst of all, he taught her to believe that the evil he did to her was her own fault. Bullock chose to finally tell her story in the hope that others might see that they are not alone, that their stories of abuse do not have the last word. Child sexual abuse is frighteningly common. Nevertheless, the realities of child abuse are often denied by people who cannot bear to believe that it exists. Some of those abused as children grow up to disbelieve their own stories, or to minimize the damage their brutal past has done them. As a child, Bullock suffered horrific abuse, alone and without support. As a young woman, she was drive to succeed, in spite of what was done to her. She invented a different public personality for herself, once she was able to escape. Outwardly, she donned the armor of achievement and success by garnering high academic honors and rising to a position of power and influence. Taking full advantage of the scholarships she won, in spite of her chaotic home life, she earned the necessary education to advance her out of the degrading life she grew up in. As an adult, she began a legal career that allowed her to help the disenfranchised, disillusioned and dispossessed. But even after achieving a life that would make anyone proud, under her polished and professional exterior, Bullock was always uncertain, and aware of the past that relentlessly pursued her. Time after time she found herself in negative relationships, never understanding why she was continuously drawn to shattered men, childishly selfish men, and men who hated women as they tried to love them. Through years of seeking, she gained understanding of herself and of others like her. At last, finding her own peace, she made truce with her unforgotten past and gained the necessary self-esteem needed to build genuine relationships. Mary Elizabeth Bullock thanks God for saving her from a life of despair. She hopes, with this heartfelt memoir, to share her experience and hard-won knowledge that healing is possible, and that a life worth living is attainable. In this memoir, she proves that the human spirit can triumph over the longest odds.




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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Book!!!, January 16, 2014 by:

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Judging ME is more than a book. It is written by the smart, experienced, professional woman, judge, lawyer, public speaker and moreover mother who knows exactly what is in the heart of the matter. It is well written book, an exceptional, educational, honest and spiritually tender. Since I am a physician I would recommend it for physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologist, psychiatrist and all other health care workers whose duty is to serve patients and ask the following question: “Do you feel safe at home?” Quite often this question is forgotten or asked in a sense that it is expected answer “NO”. This book teaches us that answer “NO” is not enough and we have to be persistent and pervasive to get the right answer and recognize on time and stop sexual abuse. It is very important to save a life, to stop pain and suffering , to stop humiliation and abuse. This book is longing for the final requiem of troubling past and memories of sexual abuse and freedom form shackles of shame, guilt, betrayal, pain, feeling unworthy, inadequate, incomplete, weak , hopeless and helpless, by exposing the truth and showing the world that she ,brutally sexually abused child and now women is the master of her fate and the captain of her soul. She is not afraid and she is not possessed by anybody else including her own memories. This is a powerful book where Judge Bullock teaches us to call the things with the right names, not to ignore our senses, feelings, abilities for the false peace and compromises to our own disadvantage to please someone else. I was deeply focused on this book and I read some parts several times to be sure that I grasped her thoughts in the way she wanted it and she felt.
I admire Honorable Judge Bullock strength, courage against all odds that absurd reality brought to her and her capability to fight it back. She is a hero and this book is encouragement for all others to extend themselves beyond the borders of information to offer a healing gift.
It is an excellent book that not only offers everyone a glimpse into the world of victims and survivors, it empowers readers to break the silence and pursue healing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Perhaps worst of all, December 12, 2013
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The raw, honest, no-holds-barred Judging Me, and its frank revelations of severe child abuse and trauma, will shock some people and astonish others, but no one will be left unimpressed. Few will suspect how Honorable Mary Elizabeth Bullock’s inspiring memoir describes a hard-won life of achievement.

In the face of overwhelming adversity, Bullock (who’s blind and has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and systemic lupus) rose above the depravity of a severely abused and traumatized childhood to make her name as an experienced trial litigator, respected business law professor, and federal civil rights judge.

But Judging Me is far more than a tell-all expose. Bullock delivers a studied explanation and of the many issues of child abuse and trauma, and shares her deep understanding of how these experiences effect a person both during childhood and for decades beyond.

In Judging Me the dark suits and proverbial black robes are off. Naked to her readers, Bullock paints a vivid picture of how she suffered, exposed to the rest of her family as a helpless child, from her father’s sexual abuse for ten years. She was beaten and molested physically, too, and psychologically traumatized in unbearable ways. Perhaps worst of all, her father taught her to believe that this evil was her own fault.

As a young woman, Bullock is driven to succeed, and rises to a position of power and influence many would envy. But the ghosts of her childhood percolate inside her, continuously challenging her sense of self-worth, and sabotaging her relationships.

At last finding her own peace, Bullock made truce with the unforgotten past and gained the ability to build genuine relationships. Judging Me is a vital story, passionate, terrifying, inspiring, penetrating, insightful, and sensitive, with the intensity to change your life forever.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock, An Unconquerable Soul, Suvivor, & Advocate!, December 7, 2013
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My review of Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock’s book “Judging Me”…
You began your book with one of my favorite poems:
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have not winced or cried aloud,
Under the bludgeoning of chance
My head is bloody but unbowedBeyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul.—Williams Ernest HenleyAnd ended your book with this message of hope:
“Thanks to every one of my readers, the healing process has made giant strides, and I am a better person for having journeyed through it with you. I will miss you. You—the collective you—inspired me. I cannot thank you enough. One day, we will meet again: when you tell me your story, how you managed your challenges, and who you have become. My next book will be about you—your unlimited potential and how you survived the challenges. This will be a very exciting book for me to write; I look forward to it, my friends. You gifted me with courage. I pray I gifted you with hope—hope for change, for redemption, and for new beginnings and second chances.”For those who wish to share their stories, please write to this is a book with a dark beginning, a graphic middle, and a courageous “non- ending” as the Judge openly avails herself to all who need validation and encouragement. This a book that should be shared by all family safety and abuse advocates everywhere. The Judge’s truth is ugly but the beautiful hope for victory over tragedy in life is a theme in this book that should resonate with all. We cannot change the wind on the storms of life, but the Judge’s book allow us to adjust the sails in the boat of survival. Thank you Judge for telling your story allowing me to now sail with you.I also appreciate that now:
It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
That you now are the master of your fate:
And a Higher Power is now the Captain of your soul.—Williams Ernest Henley would be proud of you
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WOW, December 7, 2013
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This book is a must read for anyone who has suffered childhood abuse, know someone who has, or just wants to be inspired. It’s a dark, graphic, witty story that will leave the reader knowing they are not alone in their struggle and that there IS light at the end of the tunnel. Amazing book!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A MUST READ, Exposing the corruption going on in our courts today, a real life story of a battle for justice, December 9, 2013
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EXCELLENT a must read for those who have been affected by the corruption within our government. Justice is not something everyone has the right to, our legal system is a joke and has been destroyed by greed and power hungry people who have taen over our legal system.

Books like this must be read and shared by the masses to expose what is really going on in America and our court system today. Honesty and integrity are things not often found but things Mary Elizabeth Bullock lives by, her story is a true one.

Going to be a lawyer you must read this book to understand just what you’re getting involved in. A world where honesty and fairness often take a back seat to greed and crime. Judges once were people we looked up to who were about justice for all. Today its a robe of shame where a judges powers are used to seal records to hide their crimes, where ignoring crime is just as bad as committing them. What I mean is when judges ignore crimes they open a door to allow people to be abused and for criminals to take over.

Lawyers run this country and law has been made into a complicated process with the intent to hide, abuse and take advantage of our laws. This book exposes the problem, how its done, who is doing it and the result. A story about a hard working woman who wanted change and had the highest morals. How doing the right thing caused her to be removed and her entire career was destroyed for doing the right thing.

Thank you Mary Elizabeth for doing the right thing, for staying strong and speaking your word.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is a must read book for anyone who has experienced child abuse!, December 11, 2013
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This is a must read book for anyone who has experienced child abuse! It is graphic, raw and honest. Finally a book which brings light to the very real experiences of childhood abuse It is in parts witty also showing that there is light at the end of a very dark and long tunnel. The Ret. Hon. Mary Elizabeth Bullock is a true warrior survivor!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally!!, December 8, 2013
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I have waited most of my 66 years of life for someone to even acknowledge that this horrendous crime happens to innocent little children. Mary Elizabeth Bullock has done this with her gut-wrenching true story! You are a brave soul Mary Elizabeth Bullock and many people will be healed and set free thanks to you…God bless you.
Help other customers find the most helpful reviews2 of 2 people found the following review helpful 5.0 out of 5 stars Words seem to flow yet share a raw honesty that no other book can touch., December 27, 2013 by:
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My dearest friend and hero Federal Judge Mary Elizabeth Bullock wrote a book that will raise your hair and intrigue you at the same time. She is one of the most remarkable women ever.She survived child sexual abuse and turned herself into a most formidable attorney then judge. The corruption we see also affect fellow judges as they tried to silence a woman who knew to much. They hid evidence. She proves you cannot hold a good woman down because they ultimately caused her blindness.She didn’t let that stop her..No instead she learned to adapt. She has taken everything thrown at her and given back while rising from the ashes to help women like me. She has been threatened and lives in fear for her life but that will not silence her. I stand with her against abuse and violence. It will not be tolerated. Read her story from child survivor to judge and watch as they attempt to silence her. She writes like a pen has wings..and floats across the page! Love you~ Mary You are an inspiration and hero! Her light shines through the darkness…and leads to a future where we don’t tolerate violence.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful5.0 out of 5 stars JUDGING ME = IS A WONDERFUL BOOK = A MUST HAVE, January 29, 2014, by Nikki This review is from:

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Mary Elizabeth Bullock’s Book is a story of not only Survival but a story how she was able to live through her life, except and face all challenges that came her way and her ability to face the odds of both past & present to give herself her own light within life!! She battled betrayal, abuse and issues within her life and still was able to rise above it all! She is an amazing woman, a True Warrior of Courage and Angel to All! This is a 5 star book and is truly a must have for anybody to read!! Her story will tug at your heart, bring tears to your eyes and you as a reader can feel her words through what she Wrights! SHE IS AN AMAZING WOMAN, READ HER STORY AND LIVE HER LIFE WITH HER THROUGH HER EYES!! ONCE YOU DO….IT WILL CHANGE YOU AS THE READER FOREVER AND BRING TO LIGHT ISSUES WITHIN YOUR OWN EYES AS TO WHAT IS STILL HAPPENING WITHIN OUR SOCIETY TODAY! A very real look at this Beautiful Woman’s Journey and her Courage to Rise above it. Just Amazing!! May God Always Embrace You Within The Warmth Of His Arms Ms. Mary Elizabeth Bullock~

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5.0 out of 5 stars Heart-Wrenching., December 30, 2013 By: Sunny203
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I have not read many books on child sexual abuse but of the few that I have read this book is the most heart-wrenching.

Because of the suffering and torture that Honorable Mary Elizabeth Bullock graphically describes experiencing as a child, at times while reading her story I found myself having to stop and put the book down. The first half of this book was very painful to read.
As more people read Hon. Bullock’s “Judging Me”,  I pray that as a nation we will become more sensitive to the horrors that many children experience and have experienced, leading to the answers that bring healing of their little souls and bodies, (many of these little souls are now in adult bodies), ending child sexual abuse and violence.

Judge Bullock exhibited strength, great fortitude, and courage throughout her years and now she has taken her experiences, written about them, showing the reader that there is “hope for new beginnings and second chances”.



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