To grow up in Serbia is a political and family analysis that draws parallels between political events and situations of a multi-ethnical family just after the wars on the Balkans ended. It describes how destructive politics led by Milosevic got into the bones of a family and managed to destroy it...
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According to a study by Tara F. Bishop, M.D., M.P.H., of Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, and colleagues, insurance acceptance rates are lower for psychiatrists than for other types of physicians.
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one day hikanai started being entranced by her school forest when she walks into the place it seems quiet until she spots a tribe like women in the forest and she finds a wolf following her all over. Will the women help her? who is the women? will she survive?
17 year old Emmy was always a stand out, a dark glow, that everyone cared to ignore. She takes her style as that "emo" look to make her personality show. When all of those she knows start to die at eighteen she begins to run from what could kill her. Little did she know about her family history a...