How Should We Talk About Other People?

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Before I begin, those of you who know me know that I fully support our youth, and will do anything I can to help support and educate them. I work with a youth writing class and they are amazing. I would like to mention an article I read on the website Universal Crisis Intervention. The site specializes in Crisis Intervention to an individual's unique circumstances. The article Scared Straight is an excellent piece that is certainly worth reading. Here is the link if you would like to read it.


SCARED STRAIGHT Good evening and I hope everyone is safe and well. Tonight is my video blog post for this month. I have provided a link to both my YouTube page and Vimeo page for your convenience. This post discusses how should we talk about other people. With all the turmoil in today's society, it seems as if many have forgotten how to speak about others. Enjoy the post.


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