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Reflection on a Life Lived Amidst Change

My Alma Mater has asked me to come back and give a keynote address to the Arkansas Model United Nations. I was one of a group of students who began the AMUN forty -eight years ago. I am flattered that … Continue reading

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Basic Personality Structuring, is it nature or is it nurture?

Personality Change? Or Just Stretching the Envelope? I have been driving around the back roads of several southern states for the last couple of weeks. It was a deliberate decision to stay off of the interstate and see the small … Continue reading

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Guilt vs. Remorse: Concepts for the Parental Introject

Feeling guilty about something is such a common occurrence. Most of have learned to feel what we call guilt from the messages our parents gave us. Our parents’ responsibilities required them to teach us boundaries of acceptable behavior. We were … Continue reading

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