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Post-Traumatic Stress

Post-Traumatic Stress There’s a book I’m reading now titled In An Unspoken Voice by Peter A. Levine, a man who’s done research on the causes of trauma when it lasts well beyond the end of the stressful incident and currently … Continue reading

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Collegiality

  Collegiality It’s one of the most precious chances life offers: to be a team player, a cooperator in a venture, a fellow worker in a joint work.  Nothing could be more fun than this sharing of skilled seriousness. Student … Continue reading

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