Tag Archives: disabled children

The rise and fall of the formerly superior Danish social security system

I have to apologize for blogging so frequently in Danish. This blog was first and foremost intended to be an English-speaking blog but lately (well over the last year at least) my priorities have swerved more towards an active political … Continue reading

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Screw my depression

This is a blog post from Mia. Her original post is found here but it is in Danish and I have translated it because it is so important, so essential that 6 million danes benefitting from it simply is not … Continue reading

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Lidt om kærlighed og en anelse Woody

Jeg ved det godt. Der er skrevet stolpe op og stolpe ned om kærlighed. Bær over med mig. Jeg har længe tumlet med indlægget, men det har været svært. Svært at få tid og svært at få plads i hjerte og hjerne. Men så skrev Mia her: http://hullerihukommelsen.wordpress.com/2013/06/10/da-natten-blev-et-vagent-mareridt/. Om sit liv uden søvn. Men ligeså meget om sit liv i det hele taget. Eller rettere den del, der involverer hendes handicappede datter. Min respons var, at det er … Continue reading

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With or without money…

I have seen some thought provoking writings the last couple of days. For some reason they seem to touch the same subject with me which is fate and the acceptance/denial of this. The first issue was a tumblr pic circulating … Continue reading

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So… What kind of person do I want to be?

I have been missing in action for a while, but only blog wise, as we have been working hard on building the cornerstones of The Noah Lequime Foundation. Not only that, but I have been contemplating some small changes in … 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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