Monthly Archives: November 2011

What kind of person do you want to be?

Times are toughening up. What looked to be an economy crash but mending seems to have longer prospects for healing. Now I am in no way an economist, neither interested in how people manage to accumulate wealth in the numbers … Continue reading

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Humiliation – Effect.

Talking about humiliation in social work is only interesting when looking at the impact on the families as well as the work and communication. Why does humiliation cause so much damage? Should families not be grateful for whatever they can … Continue reading

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Humiliation – cause.

In order to elaborate on my home knitted¬†theory on HAR, I have decided to break up the emotional stress into single components. This first post will be on Humiliation. The work through will be in random order and is as … Continue reading

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