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The Healing Power of Compassion

Dr. Edward Adams describes how therapists and other professionals can use compassion and self-compassion to help their clients. Ben was a wounded man. His wife divorced him to marry her lover and moved far awa
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When Children Are Caught by War: Notes for Iraq and Kansas

Dr. John Robertson discusses the risks to children in war zones and the effects on children who have parents serving in a war zone.   Two facts define the scope of the problem. More war-related deaths occu
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Recent Wars and the Psychology of Men: Beyond the Polemics

Corey J. Habben speculates on the root cause of war and the ways combat brings out the best and worst in soldiers.   [ Author’s note: The views expressed by me are my individual, personal views and are
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The Cost of War: Psychological and Cross-Cultural Experiences in Iraq

Dr. Ed Tejirian discusses the War in Iraq and introduces the articles in this themed issue.   Iraq did not exist as a nation state before 1921. After the first world war, Great Britain and France drew the
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Congress Repeals the Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR)

Date:   April 15, 2015 To:      SPTA and Division Federal Advocacy Coordinators, APAPO Board of Directors, and APAGS Coordinators From: Doug Walter, J.D., Associate Executive Director for Government Rela