The Russian Orphan

A few years ago, I worked at Anasazi Foundation, a wilderness therapy program for at-risk youth. For a time, I helped a young woman who was adopted from Russia. She had lived a very hard life and, as a result, she did not believe...

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ANASAZI and WE

“You know, Seth,” my dad hesitated. “Maybe you should go to ANASAZI as a SinaguaWalker.” “What?” I said, frantically trying to read my dad’s mind. “It’s a program where people...

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