Students need to know that abusing
prescription drugs is no different from abusing
Brainstorm ways that your class could spread the word about the risks of abusing
He was abused sexually, beaten and then strangled by Stuart Leggate, a known child abuser who had been let out of jail after serving a prison sentence for abusing
Certainly, not every officer deals with stress and trauma by abusing
chemicals, and not every officer who chooses to abuse chemicals does so to numb the effects of trauma.
Its report on the actual incidents and nature of clergy sexual abuse will detail the number of victims and the percentage of abusing
priests, McChesney expects it to be completed by December.
In 1993, I published my post-shoan  theology entitled Facing the Abusing
God: A Theology of Protest (Westminster John Knox).
For example, when such stress manifests itself in the form of one spouse physically abusing
the other, the child also is likely to experience such physical abuse (Ross 1996).
In all, about 35,000 students are thought to have attended Anglican schools; and some of the individuals who stand accused of physically and emotionally abusing
Native children are still alive, and named in the growing number of lawsuits.
Sexually Abused and Abusing
Children in Substitute Care.
A couple of months later, the director was shocked to read in the newspaper that the young man who had worked at his camp that summer had been arrested for abusing
and molesting two children he had been hired to watch in a "nanny" position for a local family.
Politicians who want to further reduce crime and the costs of incarceration would do well to take McCaffrey's political cover to convince citizens that treating and training substance abusing
offenders is not coddling criminals; it is opening a second front in the war on crime for their own protection.
"Whether patients are abusing
alcohol or illegal drugs in the community turns out to be one of the key distinctions."