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What You Take During Evacuation May Say Something About You

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Dr. Cathy Reimers Ph.D., psychologist, and cohost family law attorney, Deborah Brand, Esq. discuss how Superstorm  Sandy made us question what is most important in our lives. An all to common scenario and an inevitable question that arose for many Superstorm Sandy victims was, if you only had 30 minutes, what would you take and what would leave behind should you never return to your home? That moment becomes a defining moment of what you carry around in life.  The psychological implications on a deeper level of what is not taken or should not be taken are explored. We guarantee that the next time that you pack your suitcase for any reason that it will provoke and be a reminder of truth of who you really are and what psychological baggage you carry ... so better to pack light!

 

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