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...or fill in surveys, you take part in discussions and are paid for it. This is right up my street! I usually have something to say on most topics and at my age, I feel I have learnt quite a lot over the years too. So I am equally happy to discuss what I thought of this year?s Eurovision Song Contest as I am giving advice to a broken-hearted teenager whose first love has just left her. This is my...

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..., or start your own: http://communities.msn.co.uk One such club is The Down Syndrome Family Discussion Club (you can search for this on the site or link below). I am an Aunt of a 26 year old man with Down Syndrome, and have found that as soon as he left school there was nothing for him. His parents just stayed at home with him and coped with the trials that life had sent him, including times...

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...theologies, but in fact a deliberative approach can in fact strengthen what one already believes. Overberg's process of discussion of the different moral questions reminded me of that deliberative process, where it can in fact lead to a reaffirmation of one's beliefs as much as it might lead to a reappraisal. With its questions for discussion, this is a useful book for discussion groups, as well as...

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