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Sexual Discipleship: A Strategic Plan to Legalize SEX with Children


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When Are Your Children Too Old to Bathe With You?


I received a disturbing message on my telephone tonight notifying me that Bishop Larry Trotter (who I have never heard of before this moment) uploaded the below picture to his Instagram account. In the picture, Bishop Trotter and his granddaughter … Continue reading

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Stop Stalking: Excerpts from “Hey, Back Off!” by: Jennie Withers


Stalking Excerpts from Hey, Back Off! Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment By Jennie Withers Stalking is a form of harassment and bullying.  Harassment itself is unwanted attention, but stalking takes it a step further.  The victim is unable to ever … Continue reading

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Committing Suicide: How Media Attention Makes People Pull The Trigger


Over the last few weeks I have been inundated with different instances of suicide. I receive phone calls from individuals who are or have experienced forms of domestic and/or sexual violence. For some it has happened in their marriages (to … Continue reading

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Stalking Stuffers: What You Can Do To Disappear When You Are Being Stalked In Stages


Let’s be completely honest, either you have been a stage one stalker or you have been stalked at the stage one level at some point in your life. When people are soul-tied, emotionally connected to one another, who may not … Continue reading

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Overcoming Incest and The Effects of Child Sexual Abuse Grooming


Women and Men who have been incested often have trouble with developing and/or maintaining healthy relationships. It is somewhat confusing to do so because you have no real sense of what a healthy relationship is. For example, in incest abuse, … Continue reading

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Homeless Heir to the Founder of Las Vegas Dies In Misfortune


According to Yahoo News, or News.com  (I’m sure I found this by clicking on my Yahoo home page) it appears that a homeless man died of Hypothermia, who would have been heir to quite a throne of money, $19 Million before … Continue reading

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Three Myths About Business Networking


Myth #1: Networking is all the same Networking is a social hobby for people who are not gifted entrepreneurs. For serial entrepreneurs, people who are born to invent, create, build and operate any size company, networking is the zone by … Continue reading

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Somebody Say WORD – Open Mic Night


Somebody Say Word is an expression that ended one of my poems many years ago. It kinda stuck, and today I use it as the name of my open mic. There is a new location for 2013! We hope that … Continue reading

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Milestone: My Blog Hit 100,000 Views! + Five Great Blogs To Read Before The Year Ends


Here are Five Great Blogs From This Year 1. Rules of Engagement 2. Bible and Child Sexual Abuse 3. Why Child Sexual Abuse Grooming Should Become A Felony 4. Marko Hamlin: Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse 5. Lil’ Wayne Gangsta or … Continue reading

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Three Myths About Being Christian


I have to be honest, I wanted to name this blog, “Why Churches Can Not Keep Members.” Similar to almost any other kind of business whether set up to collect donations to sell products and services, the life of one’s … Continue reading

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Home for the Holidays: How the Homeless and Collegiate Sexually Abused Handle This Time of Year


During the holidays more than any other time of year we are concerned about good tidings and the condition of the homeless who are without gifts. We are not so much concerned with the plight of homelessness, unless that is … Continue reading

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Can People Help Both Victims and Perpetrators of Domestic and Sexual Violence?


I just got off of the phone with someone who I know was severely sexually abused, who I also suspected to be a pedophile based on things that were shared with me, and comments made here on this website (that … Continue reading

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What I Have Learned This Year: Letting Go and Walking Tall


Okay, I admit it. I hate technology. I hate the way it has, for all the positive connectivity, virtually disconnected people to the point that human beings sit in groups in restaurants all over the world amid live human beings … Continue reading

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Abuse and Relationships: Isolation Is Subtle


What have I learned this year? I have learned that there are seemingly good relationships that are poisonous when that one person isolates you from being in contact with others. It was a form of control and abuse that started … Continue reading

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This Is Why I Came: A Poem by Ressurrection Graves


This Is Why I Came is a new poem that I wrote as an introduction piece when I go out and speak. This is in its draft form in that I am reciting it in this video, and not performing … Continue reading

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What Have You Learned This Year?


Every year my personal tradition when celebrating my birthday is to gather my coolest connections around me and ask a very important question. We schedule time to discuss a range of open topics, many times my connections are meeting for … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling – To Break Generational Curses


To Break Generational Curses I know I have spoken on this briefly in other reasons for attending family counseling however generational curses leave a strong hold that often, people live their whole lives in denial. And, when they are not … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling – To Become Comfortable Sharing Who You Really Are


To Become Comfortable Sharing Who You Really Are I am the only one in my family with dreadlocks. My daughter and I were ridiculed by my mother initially. Her thoughts haven’t changed though people love them, and stop us in … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons You Should Attend Family Counseling – To Get Questions Answered


To Get Questions Answered I mentioned earlier that genealogy is important. It is a shame to have to go to extended family members, and ask about your parents’ upbringing. It is uncomfortable to do so when your aunt or uncle … Continue reading

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