whirly popper

December 1, 2012

About Laura Stinchcomb

Do you find the horrible funny? Do you find the funny horrible? I believe that funny is just a shade away from the truth. My writing may make you uncomfortable-even I squirm when I read it.

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One Comment on “whirly popper”

  1. grosse Artikelsuche Says:

    Mirror number four is “Our Greatest Fear” or sometimes called the
    “Dark Night of the Soul”. It’s really difficult to imagine a
    few hours or moments without it. Eye movements are the usual way of doing EMDR, but other bilateral stimulation methods can be used, such
    as tapping alternate hands or knees, or listening to sounds through headphones.


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