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Reflections of Mamie – A Story of Survival

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Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

April is Child Prevention month but please help me expand the support all year. Portions of my book profits are donated to groups that help both children and animals of abuse. Please visit my web site for locations you can find my book and help STOP CHILD and ANIMAL ABUSE..

See on www.reflections-of-mamie.com

6 Types of Emotional Abuse by Narcissistic Parents | After …

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REJECTING Narcissistic Parents or caregivers who display rejecting behavior toward a child will often [purposefully or unconsciously] let a child know, in a variety of ways, that he or she is unwanted.

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

This lifestyle is all too common. Mamie shares her story in Reflections of Mamie: A Story of Survival. The story shares abuse, loneliness and hope that begins at age four knowing she had to learn how to stand on her own.

http://ww.Reflections-of-Mamie.com

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Living With RA | RA Arthritis | RA Help | RA Tips

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Are you living with RA? Discover 10 things you should know about rheumatoid arthritis and find the help, tips and advice you need to live better.

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

Now with remission possible, travel may be possible for those who struggle with Rheumatoid Arthritis.  Ireland is a destination friendly for all type visitors and health care can’t get much better for the visitor. Can’t travel, read the tips offered to improve your life at home.

Mamie takes you to #Ireland with #Irish history and fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VThKJMumq2k

See on www.arthritistoday.org

Temple Bar listed among world’s 10 most disappointing locations – Irish Times

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Temple Bar listed among world’s 10 most disappointing locations
Irish Times
Dublin’s Temple Bar is one of the world’s most disappointing tourist destinations, according to the Huffington Post. We asked some visitors to the area what they thought.

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

DON’T BELIEVE EVERYTHING YOU READ OR HEAR!  Although the Huffington Post advises you avoid the Temple Bar area, we found the charm of Dublin and entertainment tops in the area. Gogarty’s filled the atmosphere with laughter, music and grand food at amazing prices! 

Mamie takes you to #Ireland with #Irish history and fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VThKJMumq2k

See on www.irishtimes.com

Kenny: Plan will make Ireland ‘best small country to grow up in’ – Irish Times

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thejournal.ie Kenny: Plan will make Ireland ‘best small country to grow up in’ Irish Times Instead, it provided a road map for improving co-operation between Government agencies and making Ireland “one of the best small countries to grow up in and…

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

Ireland is one of the very best destination vacations with friendships to be found at every corner!  Visit and help them grow up!

Mamie takes you to #Ireland with #Irish history and fun http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VThKJMumq2k

See on www.irishtimes.com

KRWM Sponsors ‘Teddy Bear Month’ – All Access Music Group

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KRWM Sponsors ‘Teddy Bear Month’ All Access Music Group Now in its 25th year, WARM 106.9 will be collecting teddy bears, which will be distributed to NORTHWEST hospitals, Police, Fire departments, social service agencies and other organizations…

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

April is almost over and this is also Child Abuse Prevention month. Share a Teddy Bear with abused children. I never knew that special bond that a teddy bear can mean. Mine was taken from me by my abuser at age four never to own again. Please help these children. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5DFxtGKK8I

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More than 1600 nationwide child abuse deaths; prevention resources … – The Oregonian

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More than 1600 nationwide child abuse deaths; prevention resources …
The Oregonian
That year, he and his siblings were among an estimated 686,000 victims of child abuse in the U.S., according to the National Children’s Alliance.

Rosemary J. Adkins‘s insight:

WON’T YOU CARE AND HELP STOP CHILD ABUSE? Help the agencies that put the lives back together.Visit http://www.Reflections-of-Mamie.com for more information and story of child abuse spanning over 50 years.

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