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Plotting the Revolution from a Therapist’s Office

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You might be surprised to hear this about me, but I consider myself a revolutionary. Not a bomb-throwing, Uzi totting, placard-waving, slogan shouting, manifesto writing revolutionary; but a revolutionary, just the same. What makes me a revolutionary, then? Only that I am always plotting, often fomenting, and sometimes initiating a revolt…




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Keith R Wilson

Keith R Wilson

Mental Health Counselor and Writer

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