Sharing Comments made by Followers of And He Restoreth My Soul Projects

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I really appreciate those who are followers of And He Restoreth My Soul and am delighted when they feel the topic is important and should be commented to.  The following comments are about a few of the articles posted during 2016.  

 Again thank you for your comments!


What is Sexual Abuse? by Sharon Todd

Name: Cherrye Vasquez



Comment: This is an article every parent should read. We must do all that we can to protect our children from predators.

If you are divorced or separated from your spouse, and you must give your child over to them as per the court order, have candid conversations about your child’s safety, especially if your Ex has begun to date or remarried and they have older children than yours.

Also, it wouldn’t hurt to pause a bit and sacrifice your own plans for re-engaging in relationships. Make the sacrifice to remain single, or become extremely selective about who is brought into your child’s circle. At least wait until they are at the age of accountability.

We cannot be too careful. Know where your children are at all times, and know who they are around.

Another tip: Predators frequent establishments where children are. These may be bookstores (children’s sections), toy sections in stores such as Walmart, and amusement entities for children such as Itz, Main Event, SplashTown, Dave n Busters, libraries (hidden in restrooms), and more.

Just be careful and remain cognizant.

Cherrye Vasquez, Ph.D.
Books That Sow: Strength, Character & Diversity, DBA

What is Sexual Abuse? by Sharon Todd

Evelyn Thomas

Thanks for this very informative article. It certainly has increased my awareness. I am encouraged to be more proactive by any means possible to support and advocate for victims. We must stop the cycle!

The Good Part about Bullying by Rugenia Moore Henry

Name: Cherrye Vasquez



Comment: Darlene,

I am happy to see people like Ms. Henry who has done so much for children and their families. We must remember to watch both our mouths and our actions.

My sister just shared a story with me not too long ago: She was sitting in a nail salon when a young boy accidentally stepped on his mom’s freshly polished toenails. What the mother said to her young son was less than pitiful. She said it was a very demeaning term and there were lots of witnesses. My sister said she gently approached the mother telling her how well disciplined her boys were as they waited patiently for her to finish receiving services. She talked warmly to the mom and asked her not to ever refer to her son in that manner again. The mother thanked my sister.

While I’m not advocating approaching strangers telling them how to talk to their children, this seemingly worked and had this mom thinking. She promised never to speak to her son in that manner again.

Just today I was driving my daughter to piano lessons and a driver became angry with me. There were children sitting in the back seat of the car, but that did not prevent her from calling me every name, but a child of God, not to mention receiving the “middle finger” and this was of course within earshot and visibility of her children.

As an anti-bully advocate and writer of books centered on bullying and diversity issues, I applaud Ms. Henry. We have lots of work to do in the area of bullying.

Cherrye S. Vasquez
Books That Sow: Strength, Character & Diversity, DBA

Sexual Issues and the Responsibility of the Church by Bishop F. Josephus Johnson, II.

commitment from an accident lawyer

Appreciating the commitment you put into your blog and in depth information you offer.
It’s good to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same out of date rehashed material.
Wonderful read! I’ve bookmarked your site and I’m adding your RSS feeds to my Google account.


This is a sad tragedy, especially when “the victim becomes the villain.” I commend Sir Olusegun Lanre-Lyanda, Esq., for his much-needed work with ACADOV.

Familial Child Trafficking by Patricia McKnight A Survivor and

Emily Court

Trish, you are so courageous in fighting for a better life for your children, and working to end the cycle of abuse for other children.
As a mother, myself, I just want to say to you… that you deserved a happy childhood. You deserve to be loved. You deserve encouragement and support as you matured from a child into a young lady then a woman. That you were so horribly abused, and yet were able to overcome, and begin the process of healing for yourself and your family…speaks volumes about your strength, resourcefulness, and beautiful spirit.
As a mother, I want to give these words to you..because every child should have them, and I sincerely mean this… You are loved. And if your family can’t love or provide for you, trust God, He will place a new family in your life. You are beautiful, a jewel in the crown of the King. You are worthy, so much so that God calls you His princess. He says you are immeasurable value, that He loves you with an everlasting love. Your thoughts, ideas, opinions, and dreams matter. You are important and are making a difference in this world. I am so proud of you. I support you. I cheer you on. And am thankful for your work to help abused and trafficked children. xoxo


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