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Herbert Thomas has written a book called “The Shame Response to Rejection” in which he sets forth his beliefs about the cause of much of todays’ deadly violence among young people. He and Hunter Hurst, director of the National Center for Juvenile Justice, join Diane to talk about options for helping America’s troubled youth find other ways to deal with their increasingly complex lives.
- Herbert Thomas Author of "The Shame Response to Rejection" (Albanel)
- Hunter Hurst III Director of the National Center for Juvenile Justice
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