I Blame You, You and You: The Lost and Found Kids

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Author House, Mar 20, 2012 - Self-Help - 204 pages
We all point fingers at one another blaming our troubles and problems and situations on each other we must stop pointing and blaming others for our difficulties we have as we mature and life the more education you get the more understanding you will receive on, you are the blame .
 

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Contents

1 Carrie
1
2 Toya
3
3 Maggie
5
4 Little Tommy
7
5 DeeDee
8
6 Brendy
9
7 Dariessa
10
8 Monique
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75 DonnaA Girl Acting Like a Boy
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76 Doris Monique
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77 Tammy
100
78 Joy
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79 Dontae
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80 Hi Im Murray
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81 Jada
106
82 SolishaAbout Having aBoyfriend
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9 Tia TishGirls Want Attention
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10 Mo Mo
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11 TC
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12 WarrenGangs
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13 DanielleDifferent People
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14 ShawnMother Dying
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15 Audee
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16 JeannieWhite Girl
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17 VenusRacism in School
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18 RodishaDrugs and Fighting
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19 TyroneDrugs and Gangs
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20 RhodaMother Dying of Cancer
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21 DeborahTalking About Meth
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22 StevaProstitution Stealing andCashing Stolen Checks
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23 Melva
27
24 TonyStealing Money
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25 SteveLow SelfEsteem
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26 BrandyHes Gay
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27 La ToyaShe Was Ashamed
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28 LarryNot a lot of Attention
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29 GeorgeTalks About Food All the Time
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30 RonnieThe Color of His Skin
35
31 ShanrikaJoining Gangs
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32 Efforts
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33 Another Story about School Gangs
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34 ErnestPressured by Parents
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35 EddieA Christian Boy
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36 DemetriaMother DaughterMotivation Story
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37 Motivation
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38 HakimA Muslims Story
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39 SalishaShe Killed Her Father She Likes Women
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40 My name is Melvin
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41 AndyName Calling
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42 A Buddhists Story
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43 JeremiahGang Fight
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44 DorishaGirl Being PickedOn
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45 Tanisha
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46 DebraAbout Blacks
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47 Derrick
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48 Rita and SitaStreet Violence
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49 ShanishaSelfCentered Girl
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50 Black Americans
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51 MelvinA Boy That Likes Boys
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52 White Americans
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53 Ethiopian Americans
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54 NalishaMissing Little Girl
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55 Pleasure
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56 DorisWhites Talking AboutBlacks
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57 Martell
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58 Larry
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59
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60 SharonAbout Black People
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61 Success
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62 SteveAbout Blacks
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63 Ali Muhammad
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64 Hi Im Jones
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66 TeeshaBeing Poor
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67 BobbyWhite School
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68 DemoPositive Thinking
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69 IshiraGoing to a Drug Program with her Mother
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70 LillyThe Story Is About a Drug Baby
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71 DarrinTrack and Field
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72 My name is EbonyHomeless
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73 Oscar
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74 Lewis
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83 Steve
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84 My name is Raymond
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85 Sandra
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Purpose in Life
111
87 Larry
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88 Native Americans
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If You Blame People
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90 Hardy
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91 Demore
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92 C Harty
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93 Steve
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94 DennisAnother Gang Story
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95 Sheila
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96 BettyNothing Beats a Failure but a Try
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97 Learning to Give Your All
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98 Cause and Effect
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99 Loving Yourselves
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100 Desires
125
101 JeanOverweight
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102 The Good and The Bad
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104 Maiya
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105 A Story of Two Women
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106 J RayAnother Gang Story
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107 BenishaCrack Baby in a Foster Home
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108 Stacy
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109 Fred
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110 Odell
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I Blame Some People for Blaming Others
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112 Tyler
141
113 Irina
142
114 Daijiro
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115 Sancis
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116 Kiki
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117 Kamilah
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118 AnthonyAbout Gangs
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119 Sandra
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120 Larry Roy
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121 DeOsha
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122 I Am You
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123 PJ
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124 Brenz
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125 Carrie
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126 Rosella
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127 Shanoshia
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128 Penny
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129 Niki
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130 Lee Lee
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131 Rayshawn
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132 Mohammed
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133
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134 Adat
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135 Hi I am You
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136 EmilyWe Are Americans
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137 JeanAdoption Story
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138 Hispanic Americans
169
139 NormanAnother Gang Story
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140 Jewish Americans
171
141 Mercy
172
142 All Americans
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143 SharonA Ghetto Story
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144 Carolyn
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145 Seeing Your Own Reflection While You Create
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Johnny Richey was born in Portland in the 50s, he grew up in the 60s in a house of nine brothers and sisters. He saw signs that said white only and colored people only in stores and restaurants. As a child he had a lot of blame on others, but when he grew up and became a man he had to start blaming himself for his problems and his struggles in his life. As he says, “ I'm responsible for me as I age in my years and so will you be”.

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