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Looking for some additional readings? Click below to read some suggested articles, as recomended by our faculty members.
"Three Words for the Critic in Your Head" and "Instructions for a Bad Day Video" [Kathryn Brooks]
"Requiem for a Therapist: A Tribute to Robin Williams" [Andy Carey]
"The Power of Sandplay" [Marcy Douglass]
"Journal of Bhutan Studies, Volume 26, Summer 2012" [Kurt Kraus]
Everyone, this article by Wangmo and Valk (2012) taught me lots about the
Kingdom of Bhutan – a place that has become important to me for lots of reasons.
I think, if you are interested enough to read this piece, it may give you sense
of why I find it a captivating land. I’d be interested, if you wish, that you
share your thoughts or impressions with me. E-mail me at email@example.com . . . . As I will
be writing a great deal about the intersection of Buddhism, Bhutan, Gross
National Happiness, and Counseling while I’m in Bhutan next winter (spring and
summer semesters), let me know if I can quote your thoughts (APA, personal
communication) – I’m always intrigued by what others see when introduced to some
of the cultural directions of this little nation hidden in the Himalayas. Enjoy.
"White Priviledge: Unpacking the Invisible Backpack" and "What My Bike Taught Me About White Priviledge" [Matthew Shupp]
"E-Cigarettes Under Fire" [Todd Whitman]
I'm intrigued by the dilemma of E-cigarettes as a way to reduce tobacco-related
deaths but at the cost of having a new generation of mostly younger people
become addicted to nicotine, in addition to as of yet unknown health risks
associated with E-cigs. This link on WebMD showcases some of these discussions
and provides good background knowledge about E-cigs and "vaping."
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