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For the Love Women

By Guerrero21, published on Jun 2, 2014

“Societies in which women have lots of autonomy and authority tend to be decidedly male-friendly, relaxed, tolerant, and plenty sexy. Got that, fellas?”

Cacilda Jethá,Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality

I am a male, a veteran, a husband, a father, and a writer. I am fortunate enough to have an enduring partnership with one wonderful woman, and an enduring admiration for and appreciation of all women. Since I was a small boy, I have loved women. I have loved them on different continents; I have loved them in different shades and sizes. I have loved women of... (more)

Tags: courage, women, honor killings, freedom, support, beauty, equality, duty, fairness, defense, misogyny, patriarchy, gang rape

Heart to Heart

By melanie jean juneau, published on Nov 11, 2012

Most people have never heard of Agnes Sanford (1897-1982) but she has been and, in fact still is, a dear friend of mine. She was an interesting woman who was born to missionaries in China, married an American Anglican ( Episcopalian) and became mother to three children.

Agnes suffered postpartum depression.This minister's wife became suicidal when one of her children came close to dying. A tiny flame of hope was lit within her heart after her son was healed physically and she slowly began the process of her own emotional healing. "The Healing Light", Agnes' first book describes her... (more)

Tags: support, prayer, communion

Pulling Up The Ladder

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jun 27, 2012

Are you successful in your career, home life, love life, and being in general? Were you always this way, or did you have circumstances and people which helped make you who you are?

No matter our positions in life, all of us have had others to help, nurture, support, and pay for our success along the road regardless of achievement. From giving birth to a child to our daily work as being loyal, caring, sympathetic, and encouraging to those we love, the devotion should never end on both sides of the equation. But, do we pull them along with us as we grow and surge forward, or conveniently... (more)

Tags: family, writing, love, friendship, support, help, success, teamwork, randy mitchell, john grisham, the golden key

Crying Wolf

By Shari G, published on Jul 8, 2011

...to a solution, but never let your child know or see that you doubt them, their problems, or concerns. You asked how to do you get them to understand that you love and believe them? My answer is by doing it. By believing them. By showing them that you are there for them and that you are always supporting them. The tough situation lies in the fact that it sounds like this is a case of the ‘boy who cried wolf’ and you aren’t sure if this is another one of those stories. I think when it comes to your children, one can never be too lackadaisical. I think if you find out your child is... (more)

Tags: parenting, trust, belief, advice, support, shari alyse, sharing with shari, boy who cried wolf

USA and UN Support DRC to Eradicate Impunity and Rapes

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Oct 8, 2010

...involved in helping the DRC and other countries of the region to take positives measures in order to put an end to the destructive cycle of violence and impunity. In his reaction to the UN report on different atrocities of human rights violations in the DRC, Mr Crowly said that his government supports endlessly the dismantlement of human rights violations and international humanitarian rights defiance committed worldwide, including the DRC.

Regional relations are being improved since this report has been talked about. This will probably push country members to involve in straight... (more)

Tags: usa, support, drc, un, eradicate, impunity, rapes.

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