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Make your children fight

Or the world might do it for you

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Violence exists. We’ve all seen it on screen. Some of us think we can put up a fight or take a beating. That’s where the trouble starts. Forget what you’ve seen in films. In real life, violence is visceral, it hurts. Some people will get one beating and never recover psychologically. Others will get beaten to death, or suffer life-altering injuries. It happens.




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Nasar Karim

Nasar Karim

BSc Psychology. Writer. Dreamer. Poet. Addicted to risk.

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