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wise words with Roy Harrington

Rebecca Nappi / The Spokesman-Review

Roy Harrington, who has worked in social service for 42 years, said a lecture tape he heard in 1969, helped him the rest of the career. The lecture was given by Florida psychologist and educator, Arthur Combs, who talked about the difference between good helpers and poor helpers. Here, Harrington shares those differences.

 
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