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Navigating Life as we Know It

Navigating Life as we Know It

Navigating Live as we Know It seeks to build an educational and entertaining way to help the people around those with Special Needs better find the way to live their best, most self-determined life possible, and how to manage the challenges of the systems

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41. Forgiveness: The Pathway from Emotional Pain to Growth

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39. Letting Go and Letting Grow

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