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  • Philis S. 1996

    Where Are We Headed?

    Since my last post in October, so much has transpired that my head just keeps spinning, and finding one particular topic to write about is tough.  With so much press about Women being abused in many ways, and now so much emphasis on Gun Violence, …

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  • Philis S. 1997

    Deadliest Mass Shooting in US History

    I normally do not comment much on political correctness, or on situations involving politics. Personally, I feel most politicians are Morons, and have not one clue what it is really like in the Real World. Many have never worked a labor job, or ran a …

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  • Itsonus

    It’s On Us

    I just joined this movement, how about you?  We must stop this from happening to anyone, no one person is exempt to this and it is time awareness and admission take actions to stop it.  I too, am a victim of RAPE, I was kidnapped …

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  • Pink Ribbon

    “Two Important Causes are recognized in October”

    My Blog is dedicated to the physical and mental health of all women.  October is the month dedicated to the Awareness of both Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence.  As Founder of this blog and Supporter of Both Causes, I strongly advise we all take time to …

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  • Cancersupport

    “Are we back in the 60’s & 70’s?”

    The Ferguson Protests A young man is dead, and unrest has dealt this small community a hellish nightmare.  Instead of asking for support and justice for a fair hearing of the crime at hand, a town is now burnt, broken and totally divided.  Is this …

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  • Ladies Enjoying A Great Lunch. Girl Talk1

    “How Should I Act?”

    In a recent episode of a family completely broken apart, critics from all parts of the country were weighing in on their opinions on what they felt was acceptable or not acceptable behavior of a victim caught in the middle of a major crime and …

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  • Blue Hills

    “Color Codes & Racism”

    “Color Codes & Racism” With all the recent chatter and writings on Facebook and other media regarding “Paula Deen” it reminds me that in our hopes and dreams of overcoming a racist nation, it will never be as long as there are those who refuse …

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  • Philis S. 1997

    “Big Tears Little Hearts” New Topic New Chapter

    We have covered many subjects in previous chapters, and now we are going to uncover some more areas that tend to obviously be very uncomfortable for most of us to think about much less write or speak about. Growing up in a house where both …

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  • Children

    “Big Hearts Little Tears” Discipline-When is it not Enough

    Here is a topic that I hope reaches many. No it does not deal with terminal illness directly, however if not treated can turn into a future Serial killer! Like so many cases where if something is not caught Identified and treated can lead to …

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  • Macie Lepard Suit

    “Big Hearts Little Tears” Status Symbols

    This Chapter touches several subject topics. As a child growing up in the 50’s & 60’s, I wanted to touch on some more tabu subjects not talked about or rarely referenced. The subject matter will include Status Symbols, (how having children) was mandatory for status, …

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