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... suffering in the shadow of America's affluence, problems like addiction and abandonment and gang violence, domestic violence, mental illness and homelessness,'' as he put ...
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... study of court-referred clients reported that a year later, 90 percent of the physical violence had stopped and 80 percent of verbal violence. This book is a must ...
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... Issue for Next Pope: Feb 27, 2013, Column 1644 Don't Like Film Violence? See Movieguide: March 7, 2013, Column 1645: Pope Francis ...
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... Texting While Driving- A Killer: April 6, 2017: Column 1858 Muslim Violence Against Christians: April 13, 2017: Column 1859 Cohabitation: A Growing ...
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... toward the other partner." The studies cited as evidence are eye-popping. Severe violence is "nearly four times higher among cohabiters than among those married." ...
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... very important factor, ranking only 6th in the reasons wives seek a divorce and violence ranks 16th,'' he said. The most important reason for the ...
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... & Religious Liberty Commission, frankly noted that'divorce, substance abuse, domestic violence and negligence' occur'with equal frequency among churchgoers and non-churchgoers.' Therefore, ...
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... that becomes violent. A University of New Hampshire study reports that "severe" violence is five times higher for cohabitants vs. married couples. The National Crime ...
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... look the other way. O'Reilly charged that "The reason there is so much violence and chaos is due to the disintegration of the African-American family. Right now ...
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... reporting on four inside pages, the Times said "It is a level of violence that has become the terrifying norm, particularly in predominantly black and Latino neighborhoods ...
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