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Intimacy after War

Filed in Blog, Magazines, Media by on February 1, 2012 1 Comment • views: 1858
Intimacy After War

Intimacy After War

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  1. Sherie Abel says:

    I loved your article. I’m a C5 quadriplegic paralyzed for over 16 years. After broke my neck I became a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist and a School Counselor – California credentialed and worked with the whole gamut of disabilities and challenges from sexual abuse, domestic violence, court-ordered anger abatement classes with felony charges, sexual predator counseling, “life after accidents” series, “developing capable people” series, and have worked with a fair amount of families and paralytic feelings from spinal cord injuries and other accidents.

    I agree with the knowledge of the injured and especially the families needing support and comfort and direction. I love many videos and that you have come right out with the subject that many of us need to hear about and some of us need to see.

    I’m currently building a website and a new practice in Redding, California. I’ve been wanting to work with the Veterans Administration, but because I’m not a veteran, they do not think that I have much to offer.with the new injuries I find it’s often the families that need this most support in order to support their local ones who are injured.

    I would love it if you’d be willing to write an article for my website. Please, get back to me, Sherie Abel at

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