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- You may publish a quote of 100 words or less from the original article with a link back to the original article on this site, The Current Collective.
- If you republish a partial post, it must be exactly as it appears on this website with all links intact.
- Special permission needs to be granted in order to republish more than 100 words from this website. Full articles are not permitted to be republished without permission from the owner of this site.
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This policy is valid from 13 February 2014
Posts are not written by mental health professionals unless otherwise stated. This blog is personally written and edited. We write for our own purposes, NOT for professional counsel.
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