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++ 77: THE RIGHT METHOD OF TREATING CRIMINALS “Question.—Should a criminal be punished, or forgiven and his crime overlooked?” “Answer.—There are two sorts of retributory punishments. One is vengeance, the other, chastisement. Man has not the right to take vengeance, but the community has the right to punish the criminal; and this punishment is intended […]

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Being stuck is no fun! What to do to process something tough?

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These dreams are so strange I could NEVER have made them up!!

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“What comes after Facebook? Interest-based communities of practice. A community of practice is a type of social network in which people work together to set and implement goals. Collective impact is the commitment of a group of people from different sectors to a common agenda for solving a specific social problem. ACEs Connection is a community of practice that uses trauma-informed and resilience-building practices to prevent ACEs and further trauma.”

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This started out as a post about justice as it connects to “adjust.” It went here”“This is SO important! You were so far ahead with your research on attachment.” Link to article: The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think.

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These thoughts have led me recently to thinking about the term “death wish” as I realize that as a severe abuse-trauma survivor I have always struggled with a “life wish.” I have always stayed alive IN SPITE of what happened to me….

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I see that “bad mommy” projections are always part of a “mommy complex” that require serious good therapy to resolve. I have gifts related to doing therapy – but I am NOT a therapist and I do NOT earn $120+ an hour to take transference crap from anyone!

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It has taken me nearly 24 hours to decide to highlight this article of the account of the horrible mess one young man is now in as he picked up a gun and slaughtered the madman that was his father. Such a horror story raises thousands of questions for which I certainly have no answers. Does anyone?

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Nobody could take my being a child away from me. I was naturally eager, interested in life and open to ongoing life. I was a native to innocence. I did not question what had no answer, nor did I look for reason. I expected nothing other than what was given to me, good or bad, nor could I ask for anything different.

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Do we as a nation have the ability (a fright-filled thought) to no longer be startled by flaws in our personal and social system to situations that are harmful?

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