Don’t Use One Person’s Behavior to Prevent You From Helping Another

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Reading Ryan Fan’s article, Stop worrying About How Homeless People Spend Your Money, got me thinking. In the article, he talks about our excuses for not giving to those who are homeless.

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I write about behavioral health & other topics. I’m Managing Editor (Serials, Novellas) for LVP Press. See my other articles: https://hubpages.com/@nataliefrank

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I write about behavioral health & other topics. I’m Managing Editor (Serials, Novellas) for LVP Press. See my other articles: https://hubpages.com/@nataliefrank

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