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The Value of Opposition (Part 3)

(This is part three of a multi-part series. To read the first article click here.) There are two different types of opposition. The ability to distinguish the two is utterly critical for life. When I was a social worker, I … Continue reading

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The Value of Opposition (Part 2)

(This is part two of a multi-part series. To read the first article click here.) I never wore a helmet while riding my bike, rollerblading, or ice skating when I was growing up. One time I even face planted a … Continue reading

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The Value of Opposition (Part 1)

There has been a shift in ideas in recent history toward a position that I would consider to be unbalanced in the early developmental process. After working as a social worker for a few years out of college, I learned … Continue reading

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