Survival Lessons From The Cambodian Civil War with Dr. Sokhom Pin

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The effects of war vary from psychological trauma to mass destruction. Dr. Sokhom Pin is considered to be one of the lucky ones who survived the Khmer Rouge’s genocide that lasted from 1975 to 1979. Surviving the war has taught him to treasure life and to welcome any opportunity to prove himself that he’s worth the second chance in life. Head of In Vitro Neuropharmacology for Alkermes, Inc., Dr. Pin walks us through his journey from the war to the United States for a new life with his family. As he drops knowledge bombs about survival, find out how his parenting style has been influenced by experience. On top of that, discover the top five surviving skills and the difference between conscious and unconscious bias.

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