Master How To Respect Even If You Learned Disrespect
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A short introduction
We live in a time where people are going at a fast pace. It's a time when people have more love for themselves than for their children and fellow people. Many don't respect the constitutional rights of others, yet they demand that their rights not be violated. Many people don't respect the property of others. We live in a society where home invasions are at an all-time high. Businesses are being robbed of their hard-earned dollars. Some people even rob businesses or other establishments seeking drugs and other things of value. We can no longer safely walk down the streets of our neighborhoods and communities without the threat of being mugged, assaulted, or even worse, killed. Little children cannot go outside to play in their own yard without fear of being kidnapped. Many people just don't feel safe anymore. Most don't even know who lives next door to them. This is the type of society children are growing up in every day. Children will have to make some tough choices during their young years.
Author: James E Puckett
JAMES PUCKETT is a retired Chief Warrant Officer Four (CWO4) from the United States Army with nearly twenty-five years of active duty service. He has worked with adolescents and teens for the past eighteen years. Eight of those years he worked as a school security officer in a public high school and three years as the school district Transportation Safety Officer, where he retired. He resides in Knoxville, Tennessee, with his wife Brenda. James earned a Master of Arts degree in pastoral counseling with concentrations in crisis intervention/child and family brief therapy from Liberty University Theological Seminary.
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