Thank you for all you do. Successfully living well with T1 requires more than knowledge, good medical care and treatment.
Attitude, motivation, and support are major components. Connecting with and support from others who understand their journey is an important tool that can make all the difference.
Childhood Trauma, Psychotherapy, Courage, and Your Gifted Self | Your Rainforest Mind
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Childhood Trauma, Psychotherapy, Courage, and Your Gifted Self
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The Courage of a Child: Elvisa Avdić
The young stammerer was routinely teased by his brother, who was in turn egged on by his father. Said it would make me stop.
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We see kids muster enormous energy to conquer their internal enemies, just as we watch Bertie push through his agony to become the king he wants to and needs to be. We suffer with Bertie as he fails dismally, mortifyingly, to deliver a greeting from the royal family to a hushed stadium full of waiting subjects. And we see him endure the rage of his royal father at his utter inability to read a message into a radio microphone.
Straight back! They have developed formidable courage. Natalie Angier explored this in a New York Times piece , interviewing experts to pinpoint just what courage is. Courage is not a lack of fear, but the act of overcoming fear.
We know that Bertie is a better man, not to speak of potential king, than his glib, self-absorbed brother. Join them.
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