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Posted in Psychology

Male survivor: courage in the void

When we teach survivors how they can reinterpret and rewrite their experiences, we promote the hope that they do not need to be trapped in…

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Posted in Therapy

Building a capacity to tolerate discomfort and uncertainty is key to change

https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-clarity/201802/the-courage-show 5. Building a capacity to tolerate discomfort and uncertainty is key to change. Uncertainty is difficult to tolerate so we have a natural tendency…

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“I think the pledge is a lie to me and it’s a lie to my people.”

Long before Kaepernick’s protest, this Native American teen sat out Pledge of Allegiance https://t.co/SXyi7r6A0o pic.twitter.com/0VAEZdXUsu — CNN (@CNN) September 17, 2016 Long before Colin Kaepernick…

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Peacemaking calls for courage, much more so than warfare&

Pope Francis: “Peacemaking calls for courage, much more so than warfare” http://t.co/rEKPLp2zx3 — HuffPost Religion (@HuffPostRelig) July 19, 2014 Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has telephoned…

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