Monthly Archives: April 2016

Declaring God’s Word in Our Lives

Originally posted on The Abuse Expose' with Secret Angel:
Declaring God’s Word in our lives… is what we all need to do. For though we’ve all had struggles… we can overcome like Christ did too. For He gave us the…

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Hear my words . . . — heathstocks.info

Sexual abuse seems to be everywhere these days, especially in the places that everyone feels that children should be safe. Schools should be a place of education, in both books and social interactions, but these days those in such positions … Continue reading

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Symptoms of CPTSD — pokingholesblog

I had a lot of fun making this video. I hope you learn something new and enjoy. Video 2 Symptoms of CPTSD (click the link for a downloadable word document of the video Transcript) Symptoms of Complex Post Traumatic Stress … Continue reading

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Dashawn Harris — DearActivistDiary

It is often used as a way to hide abuse and neglect or in the case of the Duggars, incest. via Dashawn Harris — DearActivistDiary

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Child Slavery: Chocolate’s Dark Side — Law Office of Robert L. Teel

Much of the chocolate that consumers buy originate and are obtained from sources in the Cote D’Ivoire (“Ivory Coast”) in West Africa. The cocoa used to make this chocolate is harvested by slave laborers, many of whom are children not … Continue reading

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End It Movement: Basic facts about sex trafficking in MN and the US — White Brass Trees

SEX TRAFFICKING. Happens all around the world. YES, even in the United States. YES, even Minnesota. YES, in every single county (and possibly every city) in Minnesota. NO, the women are likely not trafficked to Minnesota from another country. YES, … Continue reading

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Big Business Has Failed an Entire Generation of Children — Law Office of Robert L. Teel

On July 14, 2005, three former child slaves filed a class action lawsuit in California federal court against Nestlé, Cargill, and Archer Daniels Midland for being trafficked and forced to work on the cocoa plantations of the Ivory Coast. The … Continue reading

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