Author Says America Breeds Molestation

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Linda D. Wattley, Author of "Daddy's Girl" published by Angel Press Publishing, Inc. says sexual abuse in America is a direct result of Mixed Signal Syndrome. She wants everybody to know there is something we can do to stop this growing epidemic. Join her and host Scott Z of Artistfirst Radio as they reveal the truth about molestation. Listen in today for a message that will shock the world. Tune in 24/7 to on-line radio at

How can we say we are safe in America when our children are not safe? This question alone is a perfect example of "Mixed Signal Syndrome", the cause of molestation. What is molestation? It is the paralyzing of the mind's ability to choose best due to mixed-signal messages from trusted sources to do what is best.

In her writings and message to the world, Wattley reveals the underline causes of sexual abuse. Her message exposes the need for re-establishing foundations that generate mixed signals. The family, church, political and individual self-awareness foundations must be re-established if we are going to have a safe environment for our children.

Wattley reveals in her message how America has created a world of lovelessness, alienation and victimization making it easy for molestation to occur. When she began writing her series, it began as an eye-opener for those who did not understand sexual abuse and offered victims inner healing and understanding of life itself; today, it has developed into an even greater purpose. She wants us to join in the fight to stomp out sexual abuse. Being molested is not just happening to children, it is happening to the American people. We trust people in leadership to choose best for all. What we are getting in return is victimization.

To learn the contributing factors to this molested breeding in America, read her series and listen in to Artistfirst Radio interview hosted by Scott Z. Remember: The truth will set you free.

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