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  The Brothers' Keepers is a collaborative work written by John H. Paddison and Charles D. Orvik. Based on the book's tone, theme, and literary intention, this work will prove to be a significant contribution to contemporary literature.   As a novel dealing with the saga of one family,...
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Video developed by students at Central Washington University to highlight the story behind Karly's Law 
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Taking your child to a shrink is a growing form of child abuse. Parents make their own child a scapegoat by branding him a patient instead of facing their own problems. Children simply react to craziness. And there is no normal way to react to craziness. By Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, Ph.D., president...
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Most think of little girls when it comes to child abuse. We forget that one in four little boys are abused also. Here is a very graphic description of such a case. By Father Heyward B. Ewart, Ph.D., priest with Catholic Charismatic Church, psychotherapist for nearly 30 years, and author.
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I've started "scoring" my first creator-owned project with the talented Bob Rivard. If I had it my way--this would be the theme song for the project.