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While I was prepping for an upcoming school visit, I
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I am a survivor, a
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A friend of mine complained about how overwhelmed she was at work and how she felt stressed and tired. She is self–employed like me,
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Editor's Note: The Women Survivors Alliance is thrilled to announce that Shannon Miller will be back for the 2014 convention in a really exciting