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A Word to the Wise

8-30-2015- A Word to the Wise – When discussing this issue there are three major categories, the antisocial, the sociopaths and the psychopath. For our purposes the first two may be seen on a continuum. The antisocial person is rebellious as this rebellion grows the ability to feel guilt for behavior declines.

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A Word to the Wise

8-29-2015 – A Word to the Wise: So what does that have to do with sociopaths? Lets get some definitions out of the way. These definitions are a combination of working definitions from others who work in the field and my opinions brought about by working with so many.

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A Word to the Wise

8-28-2015 – A Word to the Wise: Hope must be given to those who suffer so profoundly from such abuse. This is why this topic is being addressed. The purpose is to reveal that our failure to listen carefully and obey dutifully puts us at risk.

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8-27-2015 – A Word to the Wise: If these statistics sound great it does not even start to touch the tremendous amount of emotional and psychological abuse women and children suffer in the family. The Lord never intended for religion to be a cover protecting the man from the consequences of this kind of behavior.

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8-26-2015 – A Word to the Wise: Why bring up family violence? I have been a police officer 33 years and a counselor 40. Family violence is a tragic, serious problem. It is estimated that 5-7 million children yearly see their mothers assaulted. As many as 1700 women a year are murdered by husbands and partners. 25% of women suicides and nearly 35% of female homicides are caused by husbands and boyfriends.

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8-24-2015 – A Word to the Wise: Some may say, if I do that they will take him to jail. Because we do not like the consequences does not give us the right to disobey the law of the land. It is a matter of record that the ONLY proven therapy for abuse is jail. 40% of the time it works. The nearest other therapy works about 8% of the time.

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A Word to the Wise

8-19-2015 – A Word to the Wise: There is only one accurate answer. Romans 13 tells us that we are to be subject to governing authority. In America all of the States have essentially the same law. You must report the physical abuse to law enforcement personnel.

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