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A Secret Database of Child Abuse

A former Jehovah’s Witness is using stolen documents to expose allegations that the religion has kept hidden for decades. THE ATLANTICMARCH 2019DOUGLAS QUENQUA In March 1997, the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, the nonprofit organization that oversees the Jehovah’s Witnesses, sent a letter to each of its 10,883 U.S. congregations,...

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I am Enough!

The Biggest Disease Affecting Humanity: “I’m Not Enough” by Marisa Peer Through touching stories of helping burnt-out Hollywood celebrities, regular clients, and even her own family, Marisa Peer teaches us how to feel “enough” and shatter our limitations. If you like this video, you’ll love Marisa’s free masterclass on Mindvalley...

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Persecutors Pile on Jehovah’s Witnesses, in Russia and Worldwide

National Review By DOUG BANDOW March 1, 2019 Even Putin has suggested that the campaign against the religious minority may be unwarranted. Christians are the most widely persecuted religious believers around the globe. They are the most numerous people of faith worldwide. They also tend to evangelize, threatening established religions. Moreover,...

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20 things you didn’t realize you were doing because of childhood emotional abuse.

by Juliette Virzi It’s been said before that childhood emotional abuse is “invisible” because it doesn’t leave physical traces. But what we may not realize is experiencing emotional abuse growing up can have a lasting impact on an individual — and we need to talk about it. Unfortunately, the effects of...

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How Cults Target Women

Celebrities, executives and wealthy heiresses bought into Nxivm’s promise of expanded consciousness and female empowerment. Then came the sex slavery, brainwashing and blackmail. Inside an alleged cult for successful women. Chatelaine by Courtney Shea Feb 8, 2019 Sarah Edmondson’s quarter-life crisis started out normally enough. In 2005, five years out of Concordia...

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Raising Children Without the Concept of Sin

By Julia Scheeres We were standing in line for meat pies at the Great Dickens Christmas Fair. The indoor arena south of San Francisco had been transformed into Victorian London; actors wearing top hats and crinolines roamed about wishing fairgoers “Happy Christmas.” As we contemplated the menu — haggis or shepherd’s pie?...

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