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I saw a brief segment on CNN last evening and I’m now wondering if the news about Bill Cosby is true.  I had heard a report a week ago about ...

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Once I was 14, and I thought the world was over right when it was supposed to begin. I had held out for three years, waiting for help that never ...

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Kathie McCormack was a beautiful young woman. When I look at pictures of her, I remember an even prettier woman. I liked Kathie because she was not all about her ...

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It is much easier to hold a grudge, get angry, seek revenge, self-medicate or self-harm, than it is to forgive. Whatever hand abuse has tainted our life with, (we don’t ...

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Torn: Two Choices11/01/13

 

Have you ever felt this way?  Torn between two choices or perhaps two life paths. One year, 11 months ago I shared a life-changing secret here at “Here Women Talk” ...

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This is very similar to last month’s post about accentuating the positive (Johnny Mercer)- it just goes even further because, I’ve made progress in this area. When I mention seeing ...

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 I always wanted to be invisible after that first time it happened.  I wanted to watch you, but I didn’t want you to see what I was up to. I ...

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Self-reflection is something I believe extremely important and often under-utilized.  The question I pose is this: Have you taken the time to think about your beliefs and values and then compared them ...

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Review of Predators, Pedophiles, Rapists & Other Sex Offenders: Who They Are, How They Operate, And How We Can Protect Ourselves And Our Children by Anna Salter, Ph.D Dr. Salter received ...

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Review of It Happens Every Day: Inside the World of a Sex Crimes D. A. By Robin Sax Robin Sax is an expert on sex crimes against children. She was a ...

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