Animal Cruelty: The Key to Serial Minds

Written by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot

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In conclusion, I summise this important literature fromrepparttar San Francisco Chronicle commentary by Margo DeMello:

"...every time we hear of a young person abusing an animal, it is explained away by family and often authorities as a 'youthful indiscrection'...Whatrepparttar 126091 authorities and parents of these young men fail to realize is that their behavior may signal that something is wrong with these men, which could very easily escalate into something much worse. The evidence is not just anecdotal; numerous studies, includingrepparttar 126092 1998 work of Randall Lockwood and Frank R. Ascione ("Cruelty to Animals and Interpersonal Violence," Purdue University Press), have shown that children who engage in animal cruelty are more likely to commit more violent acts as adults. There is also a strong link between abuse of animals and domestic violence, with animal abusers much more likely to batter their wives or girlfriends as well...

Youthful violence toward animals is a very serious issue, and it needs to be taken seriously by not only animal advocates like myself, but by those who are concerned about violence in our society." - Margo DeMello, Ph.D.,

© 2005 Animal Cruelty: The Key to Serial Minds by C. Bailey-Lloyd aka. Lady Camelot Public Relations Director & Staff Writer


1. Wikipedia - Defining Serial Murders 2. Court TV's Crime Library - Criminal Minds and Methods (Serial Killer Myths Exposed) 3. Court TV's Crime Library - Jeffrey Dahmer 4. Illinois State Department of English - Bundy's Childhood( 5. ASPCA: Fight Animal Cruelty: Kids and Cruelty 6. San Francisco Chronicle - Cruelty to Animals: A Warning of Possible Violence to Come (Margo DeMello, Ph.D.)

C. Bailey-Lloyd aka. Lady Camelot Public Relations Director & Staff Writer

Buying A Romantic Gift For Him

Written by Marguerite Bonneville

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So obviously it takes all kinds. Many men enjoy receiving sensual gifts from their lovers, while other prefer something “practical”. And many women accept and support their boyfriends' preoccupations with “guy stuff” and buy them exactly what they want. One woman whose husband loved putting things together presented him with his gift in pieces (each individually wrapped) so he'd haverepparttar additional pleasure of assembling it himself. He was absolutely blown away by her thoughtfulness.

How aboutrepparttar 126090 man in your life?

Where does your relationship fit in? Is your partner an action man? Mr. Wall Street? A brooding rebel? A sensitive writer or artist? A solid citizen? Or any ofrepparttar 126091 other million variations we see inrepparttar 126092 male gender?

Whoever he is, he has his own likes and dislikes, things that excite him and things that bore him to tears. So if you don't know him well enough to buy him a gift he'll salivate over (and we don't mean Playboy magazine), ask someone who does. This might include

-repparttar 126093 man himself - his best friend - his brother - his father

Or simply observe what he likes and dislikes and filerepparttar 126094 information away for when you need it. Then give him something he'll absolutely love.

Marguerite Bonneville is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) whose passion is publishing information online. She is a contributing writer for, a resource site dedicated to helping visitors find the perfect romantic gift.

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