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Adult Bullies are Bad Role Models

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The adult bullies have nothing of value to contribute to society. They are cowards with a low self-esteem. Females and children who become involved in a relationship with them, suffer abusive treatment.
The adult bully can be described as a person who is angry, arrogant, disrespectful, disloyal, mean-spirited, vicious liar, loud mouth, pre-judgmental, self-righteous, untrustworthy, and one with nothing of value to contribute to society by means of his or her characteristic traits. Adult bullies should not be trusted with children.
Instructions: Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man thou shall not go; lest thou learn his ways, and get a snare to thy soul. (Proverbs 22: 24, 25)
Adult bullies prey upon the young. Some young people are attracted to the behavior of such people and want to become one of them. This behavior is one that cause those who become a bully to end in a nightmare. Such people become badly injured, dead or in prison.
The Three Generations of Bullies and People Like Them: (Proverbs 30:11-14)
Generation #1
People who are pure in their own eyes, and yet are not washed from their own filthiness.
Generation #2
People with lofty eyes and eyelids lifed up!
Generation #3
People whose teeth are as swords, and their jaw teeth as knives, to devour the poor off the earth.
Description as noted above:
These six things does the LORD hate; yea, seven are an abomination unto him.
A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, an heart that devises wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, a false witness that speaks lies, and he that sows discord among brethren. (Proverbs 6: 16-19)
Note: The person who sows discord among others, is the one who cause disagreements, that leads to arguments, that can cause separation of the people. The person who does such thing is expecting to receive something due to the separation, he or she caused.
Note: abomination (disgusting)

Written by Ellen Jean Barrier
Owner of Barrier’s Books & Associates
Date: 03/05/2017
Achievements and Awards Received
A Certificate of Appreciation Was Awarded to Ellen Jean Barrier on March 8, 2013, from the Amnesty International for Her Commitment to the Crucial Fight to End Violence against Women and Girls

Treat Children and Their Parents as You Would Want to Be Treated

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The abduction of a child brings tears to the eyes of every parent and those who love children. Our children need to feel safe when they leave their homes. And their parents need to feel they can trust others in society to help make our schools and public places safe. Neighborhoods should be safe places for all children to play without the fear of being kidnapped.

Treat Children and Their Parents as You Would Want to Be Treated

Our compassion and prayers are made for the children and their parents who have been separated by such an act of someone who has no conscious.  Someone who never thought how they as a child, would feel if they were taken away from those who love them and the place where they felt safe.

Neither did they think how they as a parent would feel, if someone took their child away. There are no words, or music, and there is no medicine to heal the broken spirits of the child and their parent who have been separated by such an uncaring act. When one child is harmed, other children and their parents are also harmed, because of the fear of insecurity that exists within their environment of the society they live in.


Stealing children and using them for personal use, to gain money by harming their bodies for sexual pleasures, treating them as slaves by abusing them mentally and physically, for any purpose is wrong. Such acts are inhuman and condemned by those in society who believe that our children are the future of a generation who respect the rights of others to live in a free society, where every human being has equal rights.

The Person Suffering From Anxiety and Depression

Scripture: Psalm 69:1-3 King James Bible

Save me, O God; for the waters are come in unto my soul.

I sink in deep mire, where there is no standing: I am come into deep waters, where the floods overflow me.

I am weary of my crying: my throat is dried: mine eyes fail while I wait for my God.

_ Written by Ellen J. Barrier

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