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Was Bill Cosby On Trial Due To Race?

In high school, you're taught to use credible sources when writing a research paper. A primary source involves firsthand knowledge about a person, event or object while a secondary source is information that was created by someone who did not experience or participate...

The Super Bowl Sex Trafficking Fable

I LOVE football. And that may be an understatement. Since I was a child, I loved watching the games and I particularly loved watching my mom play outside with the neighborhood boys. She played quarterback, receiver, corner, etc. and always held her own. It was the...

Healing

Abuse Survivors and the Desire to Be Loved

Growing up abused as a child distorted the true definition of love. Instead of seeking the comfort and protection of a man, I looked instead for validation, someone who could fill this void in my heart. But because we associate pain with love, we inadvertently...

Triggers

A pedophile died on Sunday (or was it Monday?). And I posted how happy I was and that I was praying for the boys he sexually abused. But as I scrolled through Twitter and my Facebook timeline, I was shocked at the number of people who were paying him respect. They...

How My Issues Are Blocking My Blessings

I got some really good news the other day. A popular online magazine has asked me to be a contributor. At first, I was honored. My blog isn't even on the radar but the editor-in-chief loved my articles. I'll have the opportunity to speak on healing from abuse and...

Faith

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Reviews

Movie Review: Spotlight

I'm probably one of the last people on earth to see this movie, but I'm glad I finally did. It was my intention to see it in the theaters, but plans suddenly changed and due to personal circumstances over the past few months, it completely slipped my mind. So shout...