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I See People As Animals

A while back I read an open question from a friend on social media: “how do you see other people?” I guess possible answers could include: as spiritual beings having a human experience (hear me retch); as friends; as scary things; as something I cannot control; as something I must control; as obstacles; as reflections of my disowned weaknesses (my dark shadow); as reflections of my disowned strengths (my light shadow); as my mother (our…

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Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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Duncan Riach

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Top Writer. Self-Revealing. Mental Health. Success. Fulfillment. Flow. MS Engineering/Technology. PhD Psychology. duncanriach.com

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