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The data that is already available will be unsurprising to anyone familiar with Alaska's high rates of interpersonal violence: Sixty-five percent of Alaskans surveyed in 2015 reported an ACE score of 1 or more.
Like most large-scale racial tensions in the U.S., the East St. Louis Race Riots were rooted in systemic inequality, rather than the interpersonal animus credited with their spark.
Social and interpersonal trust erodes; solitude and atomization increase.
Over the course of his early career, Goering thought often about interpersonal relationships and family business.
The creators of Skam aimed to help 16-year-old-girls strengthen their self-esteem through dismantling taboos, making them aware of interpersonal mechanisms and showing them the benefits of confronting their fears.
There’s no real urgency in jockeying for interpersonal power now.
There is peace in the moments when people are in sync, when their interpersonal steps are effortless and uplifting.
As Trump’s rallies reminded us, a lot of politics still happens at the local and interpersonal levels: if not at a strip mall, then in a small arena.
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