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Roseanna (user currently living in KENYA) posted for readers on 05/03/2014 tagged with on
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Mahmod (user currently living in AUSTRIA) posted for readers on 12/10/2013 tagged with on
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Krazi (user currently living in ALBANIA) posted for readers on 11/10/2013 tagged with on
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Alicia (user currently living in AZERBAIJAN) posted for readers on 09/10/2013 tagged with on
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Thanks to ALL that have helped make some crsuoe corrections for Affirmation. It is still a relevant and NEEDED organization. When the internet and other what is now called social media became vogue, I recall many conversations with the leadership of Affirmation in the 1990 s. How the personal touch was needed then as it is now.Professionally, I praise Face and etc. for connecting people. In my practice, Community Counseling Center of Southern Utah, I see many that are frustrated, even blunted by the wave of making social media there ONLY source of connection. Human interaction is imperative! Example: try and replicate the feelings we had for those of us that attended the Kirtland Temple Devotional on Face book. It can not be done. I am anticipating a meaningful and enthusiastic conference in SLC in 2013. Chris, my partner of 20+ years I met at a Affirmation Chapter event in Las Vegas. Lets keep Affirmation moving forward with conferences, new and existing chapters, personal connections, friendships, newsletters, etc.Happy New Year!Kraig Stephens, LCSWChris Doss, LCSW
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