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Lori Alexander Accountablity Blog

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Lori Alexander blogs at The Transformed Wife (formerly Always Learning).  Her husband, Ken, an orthodontic consultant is an occasional guest blogger and frequent "white knight" (a/k/a The Horse of TRUTH) in the comments on her blog, facebook page and more recently other people's facebook pages.

Lori and Ken teach wifely submission.  Lori believes that she needs no accountability because she is the voice of the "God of the Universe."   

We disagree.  Lori gives out negative, vile, dangerous advice that she has never lived out herself.   We have many members that can post on the same topics and manage to be positive and helpful, a skill Lori will never attain.  Join us as we keep Lori accountable.  

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