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‘I’m Still Angry,’ A Tiananmen Survivor Confronts Painful Memories | WSJ

‘I’m Still Angry,’ A Tiananmen Survivor Confronts Painful Memories | WSJ

– This is me. Dressed in black for camouflage, I thought would be night battles. – [Young Rose] Somebody’s dead! – [Rose] Minutes before this footage was shot I just climbed over a tank. – [Young Rose] Guns and sticks… Continue Reading

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Prison versus Rehabilitation

Prison versus Rehabilitation

the debate between rehabilitation and punishment of criminals has been a heated topic in America for centuries the Pennsylvania Quakers established the first prison in 1790 which originally favored rehabilitation upon by European dungeons the Quakers set out to create… Continue Reading

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Getting Help With Psychotherapy: What to Expect From Counseling

Getting Help With Psychotherapy: What to Expect From Counseling

hi guys this is Tamra coming back at you in another video and I think you're gonna like this particular topic thanks so much for watching today I want to talk a little bit about twelve incorrect beliefs about therapy… Continue Reading