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Article August 21, 1995 ISSUE
Understanding something of who we really are and where we really are enables us to deal effectively and safely with threatening circumstances.
When our daughter was a preschooler, she loved to watch Flipper, a television adventure series about a dolphin. Once as the dolphin coped with danger in the open sea I heard her shout, "Look out, Flipper. He's going to get you." Then with a sudden change of tone she said calmly, "I'm not on Flipper."
August 21, 1995Contents
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