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We all have sometime in our lives felt harassment from a classmate or coworker. Many people find it hard to overcome these situations and still be able to communicate and interact with friends and family. If you are or have been in this situation, this interview will help you. I will talk to a survivor of a concentration camp, Anita Schorr. She has found a way to not only overcome her horrible experiences but find a way to not want revenge but rather enjoy life.
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