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Psychologist Tells Inspiring Story of His Giant Unclei
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Greg Flakus
November 14, 2012 5:06 PM
Millions of people seek help from psychologists in part because they feel different from others. But Phoenix-based psychologist Andrew Erlich says everyone is a freak in some way. As VOA's Greg Flakus in Houston, Texas, reports, Erlich argues for acceptance of differences in a book about an uncle who overcame prejudice and pain caused by his extreme height.

Psychologist Tells Inspiring Story of His Giant Uncle

Greg Flakus

Published November 14, 2012

Millions of people seek help from psychologists in part because they feel different from others. But Phoenix-based psychologist Andrew Erlich says everyone is a freak in some way. As VOA's Greg Flakus in Houston, Texas, reports, Erlich argues for acceptance of differences in a book about an uncle who overcame prejudice and pain caused by his extreme height.


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