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What the Most Negative Person I Ever Met Taught Me

The best lessons come from unexpected places.

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Every person you meet leaves their mark.

That’s especially true when you work with people in therapy. There’s always something left behind.

I’m not talking about their phones or their water bottles or their jackets, although that sometimes happens. I’m…

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Practical psychology for everyday life. Owned/Edited by clinical psychologist and writer Karen Nimmo.

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Karen Nimmo

Karen Nimmo

Clinical psychologist, writer. Editor of On the Couch: Practical psychology for everyday life. karen@onthecouch.co.nz

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