ILLUMINATION
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ILLUMINATION

Children are Tougher Than They Look

Adults: Don’t Underestimate Kids

Keep Your Rules Off My Life

I was exactly eleven-and-a-half when my Aunt Ruby died from brain cancer. I was born in mid-October of 1965, so that would put her death at mid-April of 1977. I don’t know the specific type of cancer she had. I guess the adults all figured a kid wouldn’t understand anyway…

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Damien Dixon

I live in Southern California, and graduated from the University of Denver and San Diego State University. I have an MS in Organizational Psychology. INTJ.