Seven years earlier, Tylor Trotter may have used the news of his mother’s murder to abuse opioids. Not this time. When the call came, he had everything he needed to cope with the unspeakable. He was not a victim.[Read more…] about Not a Victim: Tylor Trotter’s Story
Do you worry about losing your cell phone? Do you take it to the bathroom or pull it out at parties and in restaurants to obsessively check for emails, texts, and missed calls? If so, you might have nomophobia.
Yes, nomophobia is a thing.
Not me.[Read more…] about Nomophobia Is a Thing
Babette Hughes wonders how she’s managed to live to age 99. Genetics? Healthy living? Realizing she could live despite a broken heart? Certainly, her childhood didn’t contribute to her resilient life force.
Or did it?[Read more…] about The Wisdom of Babette Hughes
By Lorna Dockery, Guest Blogger
When my sister called in anguish to tell me her life partner was comatose in the ICU, my first thought? “Oh no, this is horrible.” But reason prevailed. I knew this man as the comeback warrior. He wouldn’t allow a near-death, life-changing experience to keep him down.
And he didn’t.[Read more…] about The Comeback Warrior
John Long tells a heartbreaking story about a 10-year-old boy who formerly lived at the Hero House, the nation’s only safe house for trafficked boys. The kid had nothing, but a trash bag filled with stuffed animals.
No clothes. No shoes. Nothing.
This trafficked boy had been sold up to 10 times a day—every day since he was four.[Read more…] about Trafficked Boys: The Forgotten Victims
One day after a story about child sex trafficking appeared on this website, a national magazine published an article disputing the pervasiveness of the problem.[Read more…] about Child Sex Trafficking: What You Can Do