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Collective Punishment and Human Rights: A Psychological Survival Guide | Dr. Edith Shiro
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Collective Punishment and Human Rights: A Psychological Survival Guide | Dr. Edith Shiro

Again, uncontrolled anger and the feeling of injustice drive the actions of leaders who choose to punish instead of being compassionate. Leaders who can regenerate life and trust but choose to siege, kill, and destroy. There is a way to stop this nonsense. Collective punishment, the penalization of a group for the actions of one or a few individuals, is a controversial and often condemned practice. Rooted in the desire to maintain control or exact revenge, it has been used throughout history in various forms, from wartime reprisals to classroom discipline. This article delves into why collective punishment is against human rights and offers psychological strategies for those subjected to it. 1. Collective Punishment and Human Rights Universal Rights: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, adopted by the United Nations in 1948, enshrines the principle that all individuals have the right to life, liberty, and security. Collective punishment, by targeting innocent individuals based on association rather than individual guilt, violates these fundamental rights. Presumption of Innocence: A cornerstone of justice systems worldwide is the presumption of innocence. Collective punishment flips this principle on its head, presuming guilt by association. Disproportionate and Discriminatory: Collective punishment is often disproportionate to the original offense and can be discriminatory, targeting specific groups based on ethnicity, religion, or other characteristics. 2. Psychological Impact of Collective Punishment Collective punishment can have profound psychological effects on its victims: Stress and Anxiety: Being punished for something one didn't do can lead to feelings of helplessness and heightened stress. Erosion of Trust: When individuals are punished indiscriminately, trust in authority figures and even within the targeted group can erode. Alienation: Victims may feel alienated from the broader community, leading to social isolation. 3. Psychological Strategies for Surviving Collective Punishment For those facing collective punishment, there are several psychological strategies that can help mitigate its harmful effects: Cultivate Resilience: Resilience, the ability to bounce back from adversity, can be developed through practices like mindfulness, meditation, and maintaining a strong social support network. Reframe the Narrative: Instead of internalizing the blame, understand that the punishment is a reflection of the punisher's unjust practices, not your worth or actions. Seek Social Support: Connecting with others who are undergoing the same experience can provide emotional support and a sense of solidarity. Engage in Self-Care: Prioritize activities that promote well-being, such as exercise, reading, or pursuing hobbies. Stay Informed: Knowledge is power. Understand your rights and the broader context in which the punishment is taking place. Seek External Assistance: If possible, reach out to human rights organizations or legal entities that can provide guidance or intervention. 4. The Way Forward While the onus to end collective punishment lies with policymakers and leaders, individuals can play a role by: Raising Awareness: Use platforms like social media to shed light on the injustices of collective punishment. Advocacy: Support organizations that work against human rights violations and lobby for policy changes. Education: Educate others about the detrimental effects of collective punishment and the importance of individual rights. Be the peace that you want to see in the world Collective punishment is not only a violation of human rights but also has severe psychological repercussions for its victims. While the ultimate solution is its eradication, those subjected to it can employ psychological strategies to cope and survive. As a global community, it is our collective responsibility to condemn such practices and work towards a more just and equitable world. From the World Happiness Foundation we condemn Collective Punishment and all types of violence. The only way to peace is peace, the international community has the responsibility to stop collective punishment and prevent it from happening again; we need compassionate leaders who understand the roots of suffering and create the conditions for all to flourish. Luis Gallardo and Dr. Ellen Langer will kick off a new series of talks to inspire harmony, calm, and hope when the world is going through collective trauma at multiple levels. 🌍 Announcing a New Series: Collective Suffering & Collective Well-Being 🌟In the face of global challenges and shared traumas, it's essential to recognize the power of collective resilience and healing. We are excited to introduce our new series focused on Collective Suffering and Collective Well-Being.
Beyond TraumaPodcast: Post Traumatic Growth | Dr. Edith Shiro & Linda Sparrowe
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Beyond TraumaPodcast: Post Traumatic Growth | Dr. Edith Shiro & Linda Sparrowe

In this powerful episode, we discuss a potential outcome of trauma that is often ignored: Post-traumatic growth. Discover how to get through a traumatic experience to growth and the difference between post-traumatic growth and resilience. Learn what makes the difference between people who remain stuck in trauma response and those that are able to make the leap forward. Trauma is relational and generational. Understand how we are all connected to it and impacted by it as well as why the body is so important in relation to our own trauma. Gain new insights you may not have heard before including the importance of and how to create safety as a friend, family member, yoga teacher, or therapist so that survivors can move forward using Edith's powerful stages. We also discuss the impact. of working with folks with terminal diagnoses and how loss and death can lead to meaning-making. If you or someone you know is going through the end of life, or you are interested in understanding more about how recognizing the inevitability of death can allow you to live more fully and meaningfully, check out my work as an End of Life Doula and upcoming workshop on learning to live life more fully by embracing death. Dr. Edith Shiro is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Miami, Florida. She specializes in trauma nd posttraumatic growth, holding space and guiding her patients to achieve greater potential and higher consciousness. Dr. Shiro is a cofounder of the Trauma and Resilience Center, a board member of the World Happiness Foundation, and an active member of Cadena International, providing humanitarian aid and disaster prevention worldwide, and is on the advisory board of international humanitarian organization HIAS. She has worked at the Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture, the Cambodian refugee clinic at Montefiore Medical Center, and the Human Rights Clinical Support Network at REFUGE, among others. Dr. Shiro offers workshops on trauma-based therapy for mental health professionals and is a frequent guest on various TV shows, podcasts and radio programs. Follow her on Instagram. Linda Sparrowe, author, mentor, and teacher, with deep roots in both ancient and contemporary yoga and meditation, specializes in practices for physical, emotional, and spiritual health. She has served as editor-in-chief of Yoga International and Natural Solutions magazines and as managing editor, acting editor, and contributing editor of Yoga Journal. She has lent her writing and editing skills to a variety of book projects, from celebrity memoirs to spiritual self-help books; from the psychology of pleasure to posttraumatic growth. She has authored six books of her own including the award-winning Yoga At Home: Inspiration for Creating Your Own Personal Practice (Rizzoli Publications); A Woman’s Book of Yoga and Health: A Lifelong Guide to Wellness (Shambhala Publications, Boston); and Yoga for Healthy Bones (also a Shambhala publication). Outside the office, Linda has continued her commitment to holistic health. She was instrumental in launching the Courageous Women, Fearless Living retreats for women with breast and reproductive cancers (her heart’s work) and she also speaks about and leads workshops on grief and loss, moving through the stages of our lives, and how yoga helps us learn to love ourselves. Follow her on Instagram. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Your support is deeply appreciated! Find me, Lara, on my Website / Instagram You can support this podcast with any level of donation here. Order The Essential Guide to Trauma Sensitive Yoga: How to Create Safer Spaces for All Opening and Closing music: Other People's Photographs courtesy of Daniel Zaitchik. Follow Daniel on Spotify.
Edith Shiro - Turning Pain into Purpose & Transforming Trauma: Exploring Posttraumatic Growth | #170
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Edith Shiro - Turning Pain into Purpose & Transforming Trauma: Exploring Posttraumatic Growth | #170

On episode 170, we welcome Edith Shiro to discuss the five step model of post traumatic growth, what trauma is and the social and psychological contributions to PTSD, how culture silences victims, Alen and Leon’s struggles with emotional expression, the importance of turning to the right people for healing, why we need others to help us overcome our traumas, transforming from trauma as opposed to returning to baseline functioning, using podcasting to spread information we wish we had, how the body expresses and indicates a traumatic history, and Lady Gaga’s story as a prime example of post traumatic growth. Dr. Edith Shiro is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Miami, Florida. She specializes in trauma and posttraumatic growth, holding space and guiding her patients to achieve greater potential and higher consciousness. Dr. Shiro is co-founder of the Trauma and Resilience Center, board member of the World Happiness Foundation, and an active member of Cadena International, providing humanitarian aid and disaster prevention worldwide. She has worked at the Clinic for Survivors of Torture at Bellevue Hospital, the Cambodian refugee clinic at Montefiore Medical Center, and the Human Rights Clinical Support Network at REFUGE, among others. Using her five-stage model, she offers a blueprint for all her patients to develop coping skills and resilience, and to achieve posttraumatic growth. Her newest book, available now, is called The Unexpected Gift of Trauma: The Path to Posttraumatic Growth.  | Edith Shiro | ► Website | https://dredithshiro.com ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/dr.edithshiro ► Facebook l https://facebook.com/dr.edithshiro ► The Unexpected Gift of Trauma Book | https://a.co/d/h39e4Jw Where you can find us: | Seize The Moment Podcast | ► Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/SeizeTheMoment ► Twitter | https://twitter.com/seize_podcast ► Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/seizethemoment ► TikTok | https://www.tiktok.com/@seizethemomentpodcast ► Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32208666 .
Dr. Edith Shiro - The Unexpected Gift of Trauma
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Dr. Edith Shiro - The Unexpected Gift of Trauma

Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/omtimes/dr-edith-shiro-the-unexpected-gift-of-tr Dr. Edith Shiro – The Unexpected Gift of Trauma Aired Wednesday, April 19, 2023 at 5:00 PM PST / 8:00 PM EST Trauma has always been part of the human experience. Our knowledge of the neurological and physical effects of trauma has grown over the last decade, and few people realize that experiencing trauma doesn’t have to sentence you to a lifetime of suffering and grief. My guest this week on Destination Unlimited, Dr. Edith Shiro, is a licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice in Miami, Florida, where she specializes in trauma, posttraumatic stress (PTSD), and posttraumatic growth (PTG). Recognized as an expert in the field of posttraumatic growth, Dr. Shiro has focused her attention on immigration and acculturation issues, working directly with refugees and torture survivors. Her website is https://dredithshiro.com/ and she joins me this week to share her experience, research, and new book, The Unexpected Gift of Trauma. Connect with Victor Fuhrman at http://victorthevoice.com/ #DrEdithShiro #Trauma #VictorFuhrman #DestinationUnlimited Subscribe to our Newsletter https://omtimes.com/subscribe-omtimes-magazine/ Connect with OMTimes on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Omtimes.Magazine/ and OMTimes Radio https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousRadiowebtv.OMTimes/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/OmTimes/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omtimes/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/2798417/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/omtimes/
Doctor REVEALS How to ASCEND Through Grief and Find Your Higher Purpose! Dr. Edith Shiro
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Doctor REVEALS How to ASCEND Through Grief and Find Your Higher Purpose! Dr. Edith Shiro

In this thought-provoking video, join an enlightening conversation with Dr. Edith Shiro as she delves into the profound connection between grief, personal transformation, and the discovery of life's purpose. Dr. Shiro, a renowned psychologist and spiritual guide, explores the notion that grief, often perceived as a debilitating emotion, can be a catalyst for personal growth and a pathway to ascension. Drawing from her extensive expertise, Dr. Shiro discusses how navigating the depths of grief allows individuals to confront their vulnerabilities, question their existence, and ultimately transcend their limitations. Through poignant anecdotes and psychological insights, she unveils a transformative perspective on grief, suggesting that it has the power to unlock hidden potentials within us, guiding us towards a higher understanding of our purpose in life. As the conversation unfolds, Dr. Edith Shiro provides practical tools and wisdom to help viewers embrace grief as a transformative force. By reframing grief as a journey of self-discovery, she encourages individuals to embark on a profound exploration of their inner worlds. This video promises to be a source of inspiration for those seeking meaning in the face of loss, offering a perspective that challenges conventional notions of grief and invites viewers to consider the possibility that, in the midst of sorrow, they may find the keys to unlocking their true life's purpose. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 01:44 Dr. Edith's journey 04:27 Post Traumatic GROWTH 05:35 Transformation 11:18 The inward work 16:40 Moments of oneness 17:50 Moment of transcendence 22:22 Intention setting during sessions 25:00 Helping loved ones through the grieving process 38:09 The invisible thread 40:42 Is this a dream? 42:12 Consciousness is within us 43:37 The unexpected gift of trauma. Connect with Dr. Shiro: https://dredithshiro.com/ ------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS https://youtube.com/@yoursuperiorself 🌎 Official Your Superior Self website: https://www.treydownes.com/ 🕯Listen to the podcast: Apple podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-superior-self/id1360550107 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6FnrgdAFmA3hcyrUnkmE1S?si=bd67390916e7492f
Exploring Suffering at the World Happiness Fest | Edith Shiro | Luis Gallardo | World Happiness Week
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Exploring Suffering at the World Happiness Fest | Edith Shiro | Luis Gallardo | World Happiness Week

"Suffering is indeed part of life. No one is exempt from it. But this doesn't mean we can't do something about it together. The state of 'dukkha' is maybe unavoidable, but it's not permanent, and when united, humankind can do so much to raise the levels of global happiness. #EdithShiro #LuisGallardo #WorldHappinessFest So much is happening in the world that needs to be addressed, and World Happiness Week provides the perfect opportunity for it. From March 18th to March 23rd, attendees from all over the world will be able to participate in finding solutions for global problems and enjoy the company of like-minded people while listening to insightful lectures on diverse topics. Participants can choose to attend in person (if you are at any of the +80 Agoras around the world and if COVID-19 measures permit), or they can choose to join from the comfort of their homes. The Digital Summit is free to attend, regardless of where you are. Join us in realizing the future of happiness." --- Muchas gracias por ver este video. Para suscribirse a los últimos videos y actualizaciones, también presione el ícono de la campana para que nunca se pierda ninguna actualización. Thank you very much for watching this video. Please subscribe to the latest videos and updates, also hit the bell icon so you would never miss any updates. #happytalism​ #luisgallardo​ #felicidad​ #happiness​ #worldhappiness​ #wellbeing​ #leadership​ #innovation​ #edithshiro Exploring Suffering at the World Happiness Fest | Edith Shiro | Luis Gallardo | World Happiness Week | World Happiness Fest | accessible happiness and wellness event | awareness and happiness a reality | International Happiness Week | World Happiness Week 2021 | world with freedom | World Happiness Fest | Happiness Matters | All about Happiness | Happiness Viral | World Happiness Week | World Happiness Report | World Happiness Day | World Happiness | WHF | World Happiness 2021 | World Happiness 2021 | Happiness | Luis Gallardo | Luis Gallardo hoy Tengo Ganas de ti | Luis Gallardo happiness | happiness | Luis Gallardo | world happiness fest #felicidadbonym​ #materna​ #autoconhecimento​ #felicidade​ #idealista​ #resiliência​ #transformaromundo​ #consciência​ #educaçãovalores​ #ética​ #udea​ #udeanoticias​ Digital Summit. The International Week of Happiness is the largest and most accessible happiness and well-being event on the planet! Join us for our 2021 FREE Summit and learn how! https://www.worldhappiness.foundation/ Do Visit Our Website: At➡️ https://www.worldhappiness.foundation/​ Follow Us On Our Social Media Platform ✅Follow Us On Facebook➡️https://www.facebook.com/WorldHappinessFest ✅Follow Us On Twitter➡️https://www.twitter.com/happiness_fest​ ✅Follow Us On Instagram➡️https://www.instagram.com/worldhappinessfet ✅Follow Us On Linkedin➡️https://www.linkedin.com/company/world-happiness-festival #felicidadbonym​ #materna​ #lactanciamaterna​ #filosofia​ #philosophy​ #filosofía​ #novaacrópole​ #newacropolis​ #nuevaacropolis
Edith Shiro and The Gift of Trauma | SummitPressPublishers
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Edith Shiro and The Gift of Trauma | SummitPressPublishers

🌟How can trauma be a gift?! That's the question author Edith Shiro has been fielding since her book was released by Harvest in February, 2023. Dr. Shiro built her psychotherapy practice around trauma recovery and post traumatic growth. Big trauma, trauma with a "t", collective trauma, she's seen it all in her professional and personal life. For over 25 years, she's sought to understand who thrives because of their trauma and why. We discuss the growth process involved in writing and publishing a book like this as well. ✨ 𝗝𝗢𝗜𝗡 𝗦𝘂𝗺𝗺𝗶𝘁𝗣𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗣𝘂𝗯𝗹𝗶𝘀𝗵𝗲𝗿𝘀 ✨ 🔗https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgiW6gzW0UStqNVm_JHYf_w 🔔Don’t forget to subscribe! 🍁 𝗔𝗕𝗢𝗨𝗧 𝗦𝘂𝗺𝗺𝗶𝘁𝗣𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗣𝘂𝗯𝗹𝗶𝘀𝗵𝗲𝗿𝘀 🍁 Our channel is about Summit press publishers as a certified sales and marketing coach, Harvard-trained writer, best-selling author, and publisher of numerous award-winning books, I know which stories get results, and which will bore an audience to tears. Keep your readers turning pages and they’ll look for ways to work with you or invite you into their world. And you want that. 📌𝗖𝗛𝗘𝗖𝗞 𝗢𝗨𝗧 𝗦𝘂𝗺𝗺𝗶𝘁𝗣𝗿𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗣𝘂𝗯𝗹𝗶𝘀𝗵𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗢𝗧𝗛𝗘𝗥 𝗩𝗜𝗗𝗘𝗢𝗦 ➟What It's Like To Work With A Book Editor | SummitPressPublishers 🔗https://youtu.be/k3omEfNpfdg ➟3 Primary Ways to Get Your Book Published l SummitPressPublishers 🔗https://youtu.be/kcE-xws8SNY ➟Why Your manuscript probably got rejected | SummitPressPublishers 🔗https://youtu.be/4DItVnG8KYY ➟What It's Like To Work With A Book Editor | SummitPressPublishers 🔗https://youtu.be/k3omEfNpfdg #summitpress #bookpublisher #bookwriting 𝗥𝗲𝗹𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗦𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗵𝗲𝘀 : emotional trauma how to heal from trauma summit press publishers how to recover from a trauma the gift of trauma physical trauma signs of emotional trauma in adults trauma definition medical
¿Qué es la depresión clínica? - Entrevista Univisión Noticias | Dr. Edith Shiro
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¿Qué es la depresión clínica? - Entrevista Univisión Noticias | Dr. Edith Shiro

Es normal y natural tener emociones de tristeza, de luto, de melancolía, ellas hacen parte de las emociones. Pero cuando estas emociones son crónicas y están acompañadas de desesperanza, falta de motivación y afectan la funcionalidad de todos los días se convierte en un desorden clínico que puede durar seis meses o más y pueden venir acompañada de otros síntomas. La depresión puede ser: Endógena: es decir desde adentro, un desbalance químico, cambios en la medicación que estás tomando, algunas predisposiciones genéticas. Exógena: es decir provocada por situaciones del ambiente, eventos traumáticos. Lo importante es poder identificarla, atenderla y no verla como algo negativo. En casos de depresión, la medicación puede ayudar, pero no es suficiente. La terapia, las intervenciones emocionales, psicológicas, el apoyo social y emocional tienen que venir junto con la medicina. Escucha la entrevista que me realizaron en @univisionnoticias donde hablamos sobre la diferencia entre depresión y depresión clínica. Suscríbete a mi canal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhwYNcqdkjb_fpgrSYbk8Q Sígueme en mis redes sociales. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dr.edithshiro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.edithshiro/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dredithshiro/ Para más información, visita https://dredithshiro.com/es/ Compra mi libro en: https://dredithshiro.com/presale-the-unexpected-gift-of-trauma/
Estrés Postraumático: Síntomas y tratamientos - Entrevista MegaTV | Dr. Edith Shiro
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Estrés Postraumático: Síntomas y tratamientos - Entrevista MegaTV | Dr. Edith Shiro

Muchas veces una persona puede vivir algo muy traumático y es necesario que pasen muchos años para que empiece a reconocer, recordar y memorizar eventos que vivieron como el abuso, el acoso escolar durante la infancia, el maltrato de la pareja, el rechazo social. La sintomatología está ahí, pero no necesariamente hay una conciencia de eso. En otras ocasiones, como en los duelos, inmediatamente se ve la sintomatología del trauma, pero eso no quiere decir que necesariamente se desarrolle un diagnóstico de estrés postraumático. Es normal vivir estas emociones, pero solo se considera un diagnóstico cuando se convierte en algo crónico. Los tratamientos más recomendados para el estrés postraumático son el cognitivo conductual para el trauma y el EMDR, un tratamiento que se basa en el movimiento de los ojos y una reorganización neuronal que ayuda con traumas específicos. Pero lo más importante es recurrir a un terapeuta con experiencia en el tratamiento del trauma. Son muchas las razones por las que una persona puede sufrir estrés postraumático. De la mano de la Dr. Edith Shiro conoceremos los síntomas y posibles tratamientos. Entrevista en @megatvlive Suscríbete a mi canal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhwYNcqdkjb_fpgrSYbk8Q Sígueme en mis redes sociales. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dr.edithshiro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.edithshiro/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dredithshiro/ Para más información, visita https://dredithshiro.com/es/ Compra mi libro en: https://dredithshiro.com/presale-the-unexpected-gift-of-trauma/
¿Cómo atender una crisis de salud mental en niños? - Entrevista en Univisión Noticias
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¿Cómo atender una crisis de salud mental en niños? - Entrevista en Univisión Noticias

Durante la pandemia de Covid-19 se dispararon las consultas por crisis de salud mental en los niños, pero más de la mitad de la población infantil no recibe atención. Y no necesariamente fue la pandemia la que disparó las tasas de ansiedad, depresión y suicidio, eso venía desarrollándose, pero en estos últimos años, esto ha aumentado y se ha disparado. Una de las cosas que la gente no sabe y es que llevar a la persona a un servicio durante una crisis de salud mental es una de las mejores decisiones que se puede tomar porque en ese momento se pueden atender de inmediato síntomas como pensamientos suicidas, altos niveles de depresión o ataques de pánico. No obstante, cuando ya se sienten bien no hacen lo necesario como es ir a terapia, tomar las precauciones y el tratamiento y contar con el apoyo requeridos para salir adelante. Esto lleva a recurrencias sin que se resuelva el problema. La ayuda continua es fundamental y por eso las familias deben estar atentas para buscar ayuda. No existe una receta única para todos los niños, por eso es esencial encontrar el especialista para cada caso y poder saber cuál es el mejor camino a recorrer. Suscríbete a mi canal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyhwYNcqdkjb_fpgrSYbk8Q Sígueme en mis redes sociales. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dr.edithshiro Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.edithshiro/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dredithshiro/ Para más información, visita https://dredithshiro.com/es/ Compra mi libro en: https://dredithshiro.com/presale-the-unexpected-gift-of-trauma/
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