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I have a FB account which I use often but the whole privacy issue is a huge thorn that I wrestle with often. FB can control what we can and cannot post, who can and cannot see what we post regardless of what privacy controls we have chosen. But we have also chosen to do business with a private company who can make these decisions.
So I’ve had a very complicated relationship with my emotions in the past 18 years that I’ve been clean. I’ve dealt with very serious post traumatic stress disorder, being very checked out and dissociative at various points, having to deal with the constant specter of depression, every once in a while having suicidal thoughts. And one of the things that I try to do is really normalize those feelings when people want to know what recovery is really like.
Not on my watch.”More than 2,300 children were taken from their parents at the border between May 5 and June 9, according to statistics released Monday by the Department of Homeland Security, with the pace of family separations growing over that period to nearly 70 a day.The separations were roundly condemned including by all four living former first ladies as cruel, inhumane and un American. Administration officials rejected former first lady Laura Bush’s comparison of the detention centers to Japanese American internment camps during World War II.[Laura Bush: Separating children from their parents at the border ‘breaks my heart’]The White House said people killed by illegal immigrants were the true victims because they were “permanently” separated from their family members, even listing crimes in a document that Trump aides shared with allies.Though the administration has tried to present a public picture of steely resolve vowing not to apologize for enforcing the law, as Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Monday senior officials have disagreed behind the scenes about the merits and morality of separating children from their parents.”Parents who entered illegally are, by definition, criminals,” Nielsen told reporters during an unusually contentious White House news briefing. “By entering our country illegally, often in dangerous circumstances, illegal immigrants have put their children at risk.”Nielsen maintained that her agency was merely enforcing existing law and said it was up to Congress to change the policy.