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By Carol H. Rounds;Erika Solyom

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Any opportunity for ‘show and tell’ and the Life Book would emerge and the same stories were re-told. For her classmates it became tedious and while they usually remained polite, an audible groan by the braver among them occasionally could be heard. However, for Hannah language became so important in enabling her to understand not only the events that had happened to her but also to acknowledge, and on some level accept, how these events impacted her own sense of self. Due to the collaborative working of the social worker and adoptive family, Hannah was in a place where she was able to begin to explore her story.

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