‘Simple, there are 6,700 women living unsheltered on our streets by official count. By unofficial count, including the women crashing on couches and sleeping in cars, we probably have over 30,000 women in the city of Los Angeles and over 50,000 in Los Angeles county. These women are continuously exposed to extreme violence,sex crimes, and the weather.’ Mel Tillekeratne
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When it comes to teen sexual abuse, the problem is more common than one might think. While not considered terribly common, the problem is not considered uncommon. And, because less than half of sexual abuse is reported, it could be more prevalent than most people are willing to admit. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider teen sexual abuse, and how to stop it. One way is education. It is important for teens and adults to understand that sexual abuse of teenagers is wrong, and that it can encompass a variety of sex acts, and that fear, impaired judgment (due to drugs, alcohol or mental state) and coercion can lead to sexual abuse, even though the victim may not actively resist. A victim whose compliance is due to factors other than a desire to engage in sexual activity has not actually consented. Source TeenHelp.com
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“In London last week, I met a Nigerian man who succinctly expressed the reaction of much of the world to the United States these days. “Your country has gone crazy,” he said, with a mixture of outrage and amusement. “I’m from Africa. I know crazy, but I didn’t ever think I would see this in America.”- Washington Post, Author Fareed Zakaria
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Dr. Linda Salvin received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Health Education from San Francisco State University in 1975 and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Public Health from the University of Michigan in 1977. She was ordained as a Doctor of Divinity in 1999. In 2008, Linda was awarded her Ph.D. in Metaphysics from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Born bereft of psychic gifts and originally trained in public health, Linda has traveled a remarkable life journey.
A series of devastating accidents transformed her life. Rather then dwell on her own challenges, Linda reached out to further assist and heal others as a medium and healer.