17 Tips for Professionals Addressing Abuse

What can be done to make mandatory reporting better? Continue reading 17 Tips for Professionals Addressing Abuse

Mom got $9.6M. Now the daughter is suing the state after a wrongful removal. A look at the Right To Lie Case.

A look at the “Right To Lie” case where Mom got $9.6M and then, the daughter sued Orange County. Continue reading Mom got $9.6M. Now the daughter is suing the state after a wrongful removal. A look at the Right To Lie Case.

NOT ᗰY ᑕᕼIᒪᗪ — Samantha Waters

For all those who see the purple banners during overdose awareness month or see the videos of people with substance abuse disorders passed out and you scroll on by thinking, “I’m sure glad that doesn’t affect me, I’m glad I taught my kids better” or “someone should have gotten them some help”. I applaud you. […] NOT ᗰY ᑕᕼIᒪᗪ — Samantha Waters Minding Hearts is building advocacy and peer support groups in each state.  The groups are created to raise awareness, educate, and advocate for those that might not otherwise be heard. We are here for encouragement, education, and support. We cannot give … Continue reading NOT ᗰY ᑕᕼIᒪᗪ — Samantha Waters

Cloning. If humans are cloned, are they property?, or humans?

Patent US 6,211,429, granted to the University of Missouri on April 3, 2001 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) was written so broadly that it appears to include human cloning and products of cloning in its protection Continue reading Cloning. If humans are cloned, are they property?, or humans?

Stem Cells, Cloning, Genetic Enhancements, Brain-Machine Interfaces, and rapidly growing technological advances in science.

Maybe our DNA holds more than we think it does. Bioethics addresses complex issues about how vulnerable people should be treated. Clones would most definitely be a vulnerable population that people would want to know the answers to many questions about. Continue reading Stem Cells, Cloning, Genetic Enhancements, Brain-Machine Interfaces, and rapidly growing technological advances in science.

Fostered or Forgotten?

Leaving them there with no one to advocate for them, and do you want to know how it almost always ends? It almost always ends in solitary confinement until they kill themselves or a jailer loses it and kills them. They have no family to support them. Most of the time family times are severed and children are moved away from anyone and everything they know. We have to do better! Continue reading Fostered or Forgotten?