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5-26-2016 – A Word to the Wise: It is one of the great ironies of history that Kennedy’s adulteries sealed his death. For, on that fateful day in Dallas, Kennedy was wearing a back brace necessitated by his strenuous sexual activity. The back brace prevented him from falling forward when struck by the first bullet, holding him upright for the second shot to the head.

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5-24-2016 – A Word to the Wise: The child is indoctrinated into believing that it is acceptable. However, a young child’s spirit reveals the truth. Perhaps the clearest example of dishonor that comes to the immoral comes from observing the immorality of our presidents. The immortality of John Kennedy and Bill Clinton are legendary. As the years have gone by, the public has become increasingly aware of Kennedy’s adultery in the White House with the mention of well-known women, such as Marylyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, and strippers Blaze Starr and Tempest Storm.

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5-21-2016 – A Word to the Wise: So what does a parent do? What does one say to the child, and how does one say it? First, the parent has to “get right” with the child. One may ask, Why? Because the parent’s behavior results in the child’s acceptance of the same standard for their own behavior. This is the root-reason why divorce goes from one generation to the next.

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5-17-2016 – A Word to the Wise: I suspect this situation is what Jesus may have been addressing when He said it was adultery to remarry. We come along with all sorts of interpretations, which we justify on the basis of a spouse’s unfaithfulness. I think it is just as Jesus says: God allows it; however, the consequences remain. Perhaps we need to broaden our definition of adultery to accommodate a child’s understanding.

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5-12-2016 – A Word to the Wise: This “unfaithfulness” sets the stage for a variety of problems with the child. I suspect bed wetting in children, when it is not from physical cause, may well be rooted in this adult behavior. Another issue for children has to do with loyalty. How can they accept unfaithfulness and remain loyal to both parents? The dilemma goes beyond reason. Confusion sets in, and any attempt to address the matter brings instant justification by the parent. There is no solution, just consequences.

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5-7-2016 – A Word to the Wise: However, when a child sees a biological parent go to bed with someone else, his or her spirits scream for reproof. Attempts to justify or defend one’s behavior is for naught. The child senses unfaithfulness and responds by various types of behavior that says this is wrong. As children get older, they experience a modification in their thinking. Now, because they have been told that it is acceptable numerous times, they accept the idea, both for the parent and their own future sexual relationships.

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5-6-2016 – A Word to the Wise: Perhaps we need a child’s perception of divorce and remarriage. When children see the biological parents going to bed together, they think nothing of it. It is normal, and for that, expected. One way to distress a child is for a parent to sleep on the couch one night. The child wants to know why.

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