I can testify to this , and am doing my best to get these facts out there .
Evaluations of 26 people by Physicians for Human Rights provides first in-depth look at policy’s psychological impact
— Read on www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/feb/25/trump-family-separations-children-torture-psychology
It’s all there , it’s very stark, but no more lies, no more riddle me this BS , no more
target, no more thievery of any sort , the facts for our children and theirs .
Ending this generational , currently epidemic, that affects too many families ..
Todays verdict against Henry Weinstein, is a victory for all, and a huge move
forward to ending this Domestic Abuse that’s upheld by the top.
Peace & Blessings
Within the vast catalogue of toxic behavior, triangulation is amongst the most well-known. It is very common, especially among narcissistically inclined
— Read on blogs.psychcentral.com/psychology-self/2019/10/triangulation-and-narcissism/
Attempts to address the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis could be counteracted by the problems “man camps” cause for reservation communities.
— Read on newrepublic.com/article/155367/connection-pipelines-sexual-violence
Watch video of Lady Gaga and Oprah talk about mental health at Oprah’s 2020 Vision tour and Lady Gaga talking about the PTSD she suffered after being raped.
— Read on www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/celebs/a30403874/lady-gaga-oprah-rape-ptsd-2020-vision/
An unidentified rape survivor in Louisiana rejected State District Judge Bruce Bennet’s offer of $150,000 at the sentencing of her attacker. Why? The offer came with a stipulation. She would get the $150,000 from the man who raped her, Sedrick Hills,…
— Read on www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/11/11/1898686/-Rape-survivor-turns-down-150-000-offer-because-it-meant-reducing-her-attacker-s-sentence
More than 100,000 men have been sexually assaulted in the military in recent decades. Shame and stigma kept the vast majority from coming forward to report the attacks. Six men are speaking out to break the silence.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/09/10/us/men-military-sexual-assault.html