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"Dance tutorials of all kinds. From popping, locking, breaking, crumping, swing, tap, salsa, Texas two-step, foxtrot, disco, you name it. If it inspires or teaches you to move then it belongs here."- page description.
A haunting reflection that shows rather than tells the way PTSD symptoms can wind themselves throughout years of your life. This short piece also puts into painful clarity how something entirely outside of our control can in just a few seconds permanently alter our lives.
This is a great resource for anyone interested in current research on sexual violence. This blog features articles that are based around contemporary research on sexual predators, sexual violence, and the cross-section between the two. Fueled by statistics from reliable sources such as peer-reviewed academic articles and criminal statistics from sources such as the F.B.I, this is a particularly insightful blog which would be particularly useful to those considering going into careers where they will have close-contact with survivors, or those who have or have known someone who has survived sexual violence.
Erard, M. (2019, January 16). What People Actually Say Before They Die. Retrieved January 16, 2019, from https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2019/01/how-do-people-communicate-before-death/580303/