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What makes the deviance of homosexuality any different from any other sexual deviancy, or socially destructive action or lifestyle?
The arguments are WEAK! And I haven’t ever heard a sound or scientific justification for what makes practicing being gay “Ok” or “Right”?!? Will someone please explain to me what makes the support and promotion and active lifestyle healthy and permeable? Why are we doing it?
Today’s society is downright championing for the homosexual agenda in the way that they reward, praise and even mislabel it “bravery” for people choosing to publicly live an active homosexual lifestyle! They say the most ignorant things like: “If you aren’t gay then how does it affect you…” about things like gay marriage and social propaganda!
I feel this is life going to #HellInAHandBasket on the #HellExpress at that! This has been the most demonic act I’ve seen thus far! I want someone to explain to me logically and practically why this lifestyle is “ok” and what it is that I am overlooking in my critical perspectives and assessments about it?
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Jill Vanderwood is an expert on children’s and young adult issues of bullying and an award-winning author. She has interviewed children and celebrities as well as experts on bullying including authors, psychologists, and a juvenile court judge.
Jill teaches writing and marketing workshops and speaks at writer’s conferences, to business groups and in college courses. With eight books which she has authored or co-authored, her newest book is entitled, “Erase the Problem of Bullying.”
Visit www.jillvanderwood.com. For more information on Bullying, visit www.stopbullying.gov.
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Listen as Christopher and Trish lead another discussion about bullying. During this show, listen as Christopher & Trish talk about social media bullying and online trolls, and how to protect yourself and your children against online bullying. This remains an important, ongoing issue with teenagers and young adults, although online bullying does not recognize any particular age. Learn how to heal in the aftermath of such bullying and ways to prevent future online bullying. It's always a powerful show when Christopher and Trish get together, and this show will be no exception!
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Mending the Sisterhood & Ending Women's Bullying by Susan Skog
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Susan Skog. The original live interview was 11/6/15.
Mending the Sisterhood & Ending Women’s Bullying is an eye-opening, game-changing look at where, why, and how women are bullying, blocking, and shunning other women, from conference rooms to cul-de-sacs. Most importantly, author Susan Skog issues a positive call-to-action for all women to lift one another up, not tear each other down.
Trained as a journalist, Susan Skog is an author, writer, and advocate for developing-world women and girls. Susan's first book, Embracing Our Essence: Spiritual Conversations with Prominent Women, helped spark the women's spirituality movement across the country.
To rally support for girls' education, safe water, maternal health, and poverty relief, Susan's gathered untold stories, from Asia to Africa, that have appeared on NBC, ABC, CNN, Fox, and in The NY Times, LA Times, People, Reader's Digest, AARP, and other top media outlets.
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Tonight I will have a very special guest Katie Neu. She is the Co-Founder / Co-Executive director of the anit-bullying movement in Canada.
She is here to answer your questions and talk about what bullying is and isnt . She will explain prevention and what she does to help.
She will share her lifes passion with helping others achieve safety and in doing so builds their self esteem.
Her website information is at www.bullyingcanada.ca
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This week on Mom Talk Radio, Dr. Shimi Kang, author of The Self Motivated Kid: How to Raise Happy, Healthy Children Who Know What They Want and Go After It, shares why free time isn’t a waste of time. Spotlight on Moms features Dawn Tinnirello of WhatsUpWithTheMouse.com. Travis Brown, America’s Anti-Bullying Coach, shares tips for what students should do when they are being bullied. Tyler Durman, author of Counterintuitive: What 4 million Teenagers Wish We Knew, shares why it’s important for teenagers to feel like they’re influencing their freedom. Dr. Dana Suskind, author of Thirty Million Words: Building A Child’s Brain, shares tips for communicating with your children.
In all of my many discussions about this topic, No one has ever provided me with substantial evidence to prove/disprove the answer to this topic. With so many theories and philosophies about homosexuality, I'd like to hear your views about whether or not someone can be born gay. As a matter of fact, can someone be born straight? Is sexuality something that you're born with? This is dialogue is not to condemn people on their choices, but instead, it's to gather thoughts of your understanding. Is sexuality based on environment and upbringing, or is it something biological? At what point/age does sexual desires begin to arise?
I look forward to a great, and informative dialogue. Tune in from 9pm-11pm est, to "Darryel's Daily Dialogue...where positive words, manifest positive actions.
Every day, thousands of children, teens, and young adults around the country are bullied. Estimates are that nearly one-third of all school-aged children are bullied each year – upwards of 13 million students. With the popularity of the internet and social media, bullying has taken on new meaning. Students involved in bullying are more likely to have challenges in school, to abuse drugs and alcohol, and to have health and mental health issues.
Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people. And it’s not something we have to accept. As parents and students; teachers and communities, we can take steps that will help prevent bullying and create a climate in our schools in which all of our children can feel safe. As kids prepare to go back to school this episode will explore how teachers, parents, and other adults can recognize the signs of bullying and what they can do to help prevent bullying against the children in their lives.
Tune in Wednesday August 5, 2015 @ 9 pm (EST) to listen or to join in the discussion.
Dale Scott celebrated his 30th year as a Major League Baseball umpire, and his first as an openly gay man. Scott talks about how little was made of his sexuality this season, and why that's a good thing. "I am extremely grateful that Major League Baseball has always judged me on my work and nothing else and that's the way it should be." Scott also realizes the power of coming out based on the amount of email he received from other LGBT people thanking him for his honesty.
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