Second Chance to Live and Peer Support Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on January 23, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Thank you for making the decision to stop by to visit with me. In today’s article, I would like to introduce the video presentation of my article, Second Chance to Live Peer Support.
My hope is that as you listen to this presentation you will be both encouraged, motivated and empowered to be yourself. In this video presentation I share a powerful principle, the power of identification. I believe that identification is the necessary foundation for effective peer support.
To listen to the video presentation, please click on the following link, Second Chance to Live and Peer Support Video Presentation. As I shared in my article I have 2 different Site Maps in which I have a list of my articles and my video presentation that can be easily accessed.
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In the event that you would like to read this article, in addition to watching / listening to this video presentation please click on the following link Second Chance to Live and Peer Support. As you listen to / watch or read the video presentation and questions come to mind, please send those questions to me.
All questions are good questions.
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