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Recognize Mental Health Problems In Your Child.

Mental health problems in children are common, real, and treatable. Without treatment there is an increased risk in behavioral problems at school, decline in grades, suicide, trouble with the criminal justice system, and more. 106 more words


Depression and Suicide.

Suicide is an stealthy choice due to the lies that depression tells us. Individuals who are suffering from severe depression are lied to by their depression, it can tell that person, “Hey, you’d be better off dead. 219 more words


Pg. 125 Moving forward with the book! HELP!

I have discovered a way to publish the book!

But first… I need to get some computer programs purchased. (When the”boogy- man” attacked, he ate my programs!) 185 more words

Police-run boot camp teens complete a very difficult week

BLUE SPRINGS, Mo. — Nearly three dozen Blue Springs teenagers just capped off what was likely the toughest week of their young lives.

On Friday, they completed a police-run boot camp meant to shock them into making better decisions. 266 more words


Preview: Escape from New Bethany

Is it religious persecution if the victim is a teenager? Join us on July 4, 2014, as we premiere THE HEAL REPORT. A bi-monthly (twice a month) web series documenting the activities of activists and advocates throughout the United States and the world! 17 more words

Episode Articles

Pg. 116 "The homeless died there"...

I have been blessed with the gift of establishing a total of 4 homeless programs over the past 32 yrs.

First we took to the street’s and passed out food, personal care items . 948 more words

Something To Read

Over the weekend I’d visited someone and noticed that there wasn’t one piece of reading material in her house. Ever since I became involved with the I HAVE A DREAM FOUNDATION in Los Angeles quite a few years ago I made a promise to myself that I would do whatever I could to ensure that a household had some type of reading materials around regardless of the family’s income level. 182 more words

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