Response By Families To Environmental...

Response By Families To Environmental Disasters: Conflict, Denial, Silence

There are 1 comment on the MediLexicon story from Apr 14, 2012, titled Response By Families To Environmental Disasters: Conflict, Denial, Silence. In it, MediLexicon reports that:

Environmental disasters impact individuals and communities; they also affect how family members communicate with each other, sometimes in surprising ways, according to a paper published by a faculty member at the University at Buffalo in the Journal of Family Issues.

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Libby EPA

Missoula, MT

#1 Apr 14, 2012
Our roll in Libby began in the early 70's, when WR Grace created us...for their own use.Here we are today, 2012 and we leave Libby and the people just as we did in the 70s...sick and dying.Thanks for the millions and have a nice exposed life.Oh by the way, Libby is not safe to anything that breaths.Now you can listen to that Mike Crill guy, he has been right all along.And he cares about children where we do not.

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