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Episode 39. Randall L. Murphy


Randall L. Murphy’s two children, Hannah and Ryan were taken by their mother to Canada under very unusual circumstances. Since then Randall has been fighting every legal battle he can to have them returned. He is also heavily involved in advocacy through  iStand.
https://www.facebook.com/ShineForHannahandRyan/
https://www.istandparentnetwork.com/

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6 Replies to “Episode 39. Randall L. Murphy”

  1. Most of what I learned about female empowerment came from my dad. He never treated me like his “little princess” or his “little girl.” He horsed around with me as if he had a son. It took me time to realize that my belief in myself came from him. And he stressed I should never depend on a man, especially financially. Duly noted.
    https://www.floridatoday.com/story/opinion/columnists/isadora-rangel/2018/06/14/day-realized-my-father-human/701283002/

  2. The psychological effects of our childhood experiences can have an outsized impact on who we become later in life. Earlier today, I read an article that provoked what one might describe as a panic attack. As I read this very disturbing article about the psychological ramifications of growing up fatherless, it all just sunk in for me … that I was damaged. When I finished reading about the studies on fatherless sons, it completely altered my state of mind.
    https://owlcation.com/social-sciences/Psychological-Effects-On-Men-Growing-Up-Without-A-Father

  3. What a gut wrenching story. I’m so sorry you’ve had to go through this Randall. I hope you can have some success soon. Thoughts and prayers with you.

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