Thursday, May 28, 2020

CHRISTY LENHARDT EMAIL #7

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law.

In an email on October 25, 2016 at 10:02, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

            "Now I'm in the bathtub thinking of you touching me all over. We'd be wet and our skin would be glistening and our hands would be sliding all over each other. We'd be kissing like we never kissed before, from all vantage points and then yourmouth would be on my neck. You'd move down to my breasts with your lips and your hands. One hand would slip downward between my legs making me moan. Our kissing would get hot and our breath come faster. I'd touch you and I'd say, now do it now. Then you'd slide into me and you'd move slowly at first and then faster. The friction and electricity making us burn like stars. We'd look into each other's eyes and profess our undeniable love, our bodies moving perfectly together as if we were made to fit together. Then we'd dry each other off and move to the bed where you'd pull me on top of you, my hips moving until we both came in a crashing crescendo, crying out each other's names. We'd lay in each others arms after our vigorous lovemaking, caressing each other. My body fitting into yours, I'd feel safe against your chest in your strong muscled arms listening to your heart beat and the way your voice sounds through the walls of your chest.


"It's still Saturday lol. I'm sitting in my family room chair. My husband went upstairs to take a nap. Joe just came downstairs as I'm rereading this email. A bit weird. Now Ryan is down here too and he turned on the TV. I guess it's better than playing that video game. We are leaving for my parents in 20 minutes. So much for my peace and quiet. I texted my sister about her flight. Everything is in the works for Monday. Her youngest, Jonna, is taking her to the airport. My mom just called. She sounds really stressed. Never heard her quite so stressed. Not much time left. I have to go. I'm sure getting good at writing emails on my phone!


"My mom was very stressed but she seemed to get less so during our visit. It was nice. Watched the Cubs win. I enjoy watching baseball more than I thought I would.


"So what do you think of my little narrative above before the family stuff? I don't know if all this is good for us. It might be like the hype before a movie. You expect it to be so good and then it doesn't match your expectations. Among other reasons. All that hype and all we can do is look at each other all googly eyed. Although I love that too. I love being in love with you. It makes me giddy and happy like a teenager. As you know every night and every weekend I get hit with the reality of us, so unfathomably (that's not a word lol I made it up but unfathomable is a word) unexpected and rare but absurd and illicit to the world. I still fight with this no matter how hard I try to chill...lol.


"Here's what I think about. My husband is just a hard working man who tries his best and in his limited and lacking way he cannot give me what I need, nor treat me the way I want him to and nothing I do changes that. Or maybe this is what it's like after 25 years of marriage? But that's not what I see on TV. Anyway it's just not in him. So I can just live with that, which I suppose is what alot of women do, or I can follow my heart and live with this on my conscience. It is almost impossible for me not to love you. You are there on weekdays smiling and adorable, handsome and sexy and irresistible. You make me feel wanted and loved, warm and sexy, beautiful and desired, funny and smart, quirky and perfect just the way I am. All the things I want and crave and need so desperately. What is there not to love about that?


"That being said if I leave him for you I face many life changes. The way I see it I could change my whole life and then be left in the dust alone and broken and penniless when your 35 year old ass gets tired of my 65 year old ass. You and I know this is inevitable. My 
kids would hate me for divorcing their father. My friends and family would say I told you so." 

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive, embarrassing or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter absence of any and all medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. What makes these secret emails (secret at the time they were written and sent) startling is the fact that they are from a state social worker to her involuntary, legally disabled patient. I.e., they are NOT private communications between consenting adults. And, Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

FACT (Christy Lenhardt email) #6


Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law. Some of them also evidence what Hannah Arendt famously called the banality of evil.

In an email on October 13, 2016 at 14:03, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

            "I was more thinking about the age difference. I'd love to match you...but we never shopped for me.

"I came home, washed all the dishes in the sink and had a cup of tea. Ryan is watching TV in the family room so there's nowhere to go for peace and quiet except on my deck. And it's not even quiet out here because my house is off a park and it is noisy. It was nice when the boys were younger.

"Thank goodness it's nice outside. Pretty soon I'll have no place to go. It's a sad state of affairs when I can't do what I want when I want in my own house. Someone has the TV on all the time. I like watching TV but sometimes I like to read or think or sit and write you. Usually I'm cooking but tonight we're having the soup for dinner.

"Anyway I'm complaining. I really shouldn't complain. You did an awesome job today. I'm so proud of you. You are becoming the man you are supposed to be and you've left the bad stuff behind you. You can only go forward now. I refuse to have anything ruin that and one wrong move can do that so that's why I'm changing things around. You got me? I've got your back and you've got mine. We can wait. We have to.

"I was thinking about this morning and how you didn't seem yourself. I was thinking. Did you have to wear handcuffs on your trip? That must have been hard. That is not a part of your identity anymore. It's just a rule they have to follow. Pretty soon it will all be behind you.


"I gotta go."

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive, embarrassing or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter absence of any and all medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. What makes these secret emails (secret at the time they were written and sent) startling is the fact that they are from a state social worker to her involuntary, legally disabled patient. I.e., they are NOT private communications between consenting adults. And, Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)


Tuesday, May 26, 2020

FACT (email) #5

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law. Some of them also evidence what Hannah Arendt famously called the banality of evil.

In an email on October 13, 2016 at 14:03, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

            "Hey you. It's 's me. I'm sitting drinking tea again. I'm really liking having a cup when I get home after all my tasks are done. I washed the dishes in the sink, started Lilly's dinner of chicken breast and rice, started our dinner and talked to Ryan.

"It's really fall. Cold, rainy and the leaves are starting to fall off the trees in front of my house. I'll have to take a picture. It's pretty. I love my trees. My back yard trees haven't turned or fallen yet. I have a burning bush that turns flaming red in the fall. It's not there yet.

"It's so quiet. No TV... yet. Watching TV is one of the favorite activities in this house. I get tired of it sometimes. I don't like the constant noise and distraction. The TV is off during dinner though.

"Your kisses today from the different vantage point were amazing to say the least. I felt that kiss for a long time. However I was sure that someone saw when I saw that someone talking to Tom. It turns out that wasn't the case and we were safe yet again.

"I keep forgetting to tell you that I have the tape and tack you asked for. I'm telling you now so you can remind me.

"Lilly's dinner is done. I think she knows it's for her but it has to cool first. I have to change the setting on my phone so there is no sound when I type. Gonna go and figure out how to do that. I'm running out of things to write." 

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive, embarrassing or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter absence of any and all medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. What makes these secret emails (secret at the time they were written and sent) startling is the fact that they are from a state social worker to her involuntary, legally disabled patient. I.e., they are NOT private communications between consenting adults. And, Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)

Sunday, May 24, 2020

FACT (email) #4

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law.

In an email on October 4, 2016 at 7:46, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

            "OK Mr. Thoughtful, you gotta stop thinking. I'll try on the jeans. Oh that's hilarious. Maybe I WILL try on the jeans!"

"You were right today. I was ready to strangle someone. What a bunch of hormones can do to a nice person like me. Well I went home and still felt the same, but I started a pot of soup and made myself a cup of tea. Soup making is like therapy I guess and the tea, 2 cups, made me feel better. Your tea drinking is rubbing off on me.

"Thanks for trying to make me feel better today. I'm sorry it didn't work. I guess I'm having some complicated feelings. Do you know that the woman who is always on your mind has just entered premenopause? I never skipped a period in my life except when I was pregnant or nursing! What are we to do with this predicament?" 

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive, embarrassing or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter absence of any and all medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. What makes these secret emails (secret at the time they were written and sent) startling is the fact that they are from a state social worker to her involuntary, legally disabled patient. I.e., they are NOT private communications between consenting adults. And, Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)

Friday, May 22, 2020

FACT (email) #3

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law.

In an email on October 11, 2016 at 11:47 AM, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

            "If you read only 2 emails Friday then you missed the one below. It wasn't that interesting anyway as it includes my grocery list. Lol

"Thanks for the nice things you said about the other email and the compliment. You are right about the age thing. It was just a really nice compliment.

            "I just got home from work. I forgot my phone and had to drive back and walk all the way back in. I didn't see you when I came back. You must have been in your room. I parked illegally in front of the building so a few of the guys out on their passes saw me pull out as I left. I would imagine you might have heard about it already.

            "I have all these thoughts rolling around in my head and I don't know which one to pull out and share. I can't pull them all out at once because that would be information overload and much like a train wreck....lol.

            "Your question today got me thinking. I guess it is natural for you to wonder. So let me tell you something. I am not completely happy in my marriage. There is so much missing in my relationship that I know I will never have. It's never been that way. I thought it would be that way if I just tried harder or did something different. I thought there was something wrong with me, something I wasn't doing to make him happy and pleased with me. When we met and married I was a people pleaser so I never demanded anything from him. Instead it was me always trying to do what he wanted so I could get his approval and never getting it. I didn't think about what I needed and I always gave up what I needed in favor of his. That is what a people pleaser does. Now I have a life with him and a relationship that does not have the intimacy, fun and passion that I long for. There is so much in me, so much of who I am that is untapped and dormant that I keep hidden or locked inside. You have a way of bringing that out of me. I open myself up to you in ways that I am unable to do with him.

            "So all that being said I am not sure if it is a good enough explanation for what has happened between us. In fact I am sure it isn't. There is no excuse and I should just follow the rules and do what I'm supposed to do. I would understand if you think I should too. You are not locked into this. We are both going to end up being hurt I think. In the end we both will go back to our lives because it's the only thing we can do.

            "I've been writing this email for the last two days. Why do I think of you all the time?"

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter lack of any and all scientific medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)

Thursday, May 21, 2020

FACT (email) #2

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com. The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine. They evidence outrageous violations of clear policy, professional rules and ethical standards, and criminal law.

In an email on October 6, 2016 at 21:55, Lenhardt wrote to her patient:

"My dad got thru surgery and 3 tumors were removed. He will be clear for heart bypass surgery in 2 weeks. I sat with my mom and drank 3 French Vanilla coffees and I'm wide awake. Even so I think I will fall asleep soon. I passed by you at a little after 8:30 going home. Maybe you caught a little sense or vibe of me as I drove past.

"Goodnight"

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive or explicit sexual nature of some of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption and utter lack of any and all scientific medical professionalism, in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for. Christy Lenhardt is far from any singular bad apple. On the contrary, she is typical of the entire rotten barrel.)

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

FACT (Email)

Between September and December, 2016, a Social Worker named Christy Lenhardt at Elgin Mental Health Center, a facility run by the Illinois Department of Human Services, sent a number of emails from an account at the address, christylenhardt@gmail.com, to one of her patients, at the address, xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@yahoo.com. The patient was able to keep all these emails as documents that are proven to be genuine.

In one such email on September 29, 2016 at 17:49, Lenhardt wrote to her patient: “I missed kissing you today. I hope you know how much I missed being close to you and how much closer I would like to get.”

(To be continued, with dates, times and the text of many more emails.... I apologize in advance for the offensive or explicit sexual nature of many of these communications. The tax-paying public in Illinois needs to know the truth about corruption in the so-called "forensic mental health" system which they pay for.)