Sunday, July 8, 2012

[Guest Post] An Ounce of Prevention by Deidre Havrelock

Is an ounce of prevention really worth a pound of cure? Which is more valuable? Why do you feel this way? 
By Deidre Havrelock

If I can prevent the abuse of one child, yes, it is better than helping to heal the child after the horrible deed is done. But…if I have to make everyone go through a psychological assessment at the age of twelve in order to find those ‘deviants’ who ‘may’ harm a child in the future—and then castrate them before any misdeed can get done—then that kind of prevention is just scary. (That’s probably not an ounce of prevention—more like a ton of prevention).

But it does sound like a good book! Prevention, however, is often just simply knowledge. Teaching everyone the dangers of something is good for the overall health of us all. Take my book for example. I began playing with a Ouija board at the age of around ten and from there my curiosity with spirits grew until I became possessed by not one but two spirits. A friend once suggested that we work to get Ouija boards banned from toy stores, but to me that’s not what we need (that’s a ton of prevention).

We just need people willing to explain why Ouija boards can be dangerous. We need people with experience who are willing to explain things to us.

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Genre - Paranormal, Non-Fiction
Rating - PG13
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1 comment:

  1. This is a awesome guest post. Really great message.


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