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we asked for an idea of how often he has to deal with cases of suicide. could all go away and tell you go. you can buy new credit will you accept. that will you off the way and then goes on when do you want. to be able. to kill with him it's on legal bill. could you comment on. the ambulance service press officer interrupts outcome for sation intimate how to deal with. somebody you don't know if they're. going to. be able to conduct their. 23 and.
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that's what they call losing face. when you come in here you don't want to go to google you. can go to one of which i won't pick a person how it. gets from a young guy a korean generation he's not particularly focused on a career with a company produces his own shows on a streaming channel but talks life can be quite stressful to do this even if you could talk time you know there's 100 good interview. good. while there was. those images to create talk to
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someone who is all somebody. really got to call attention to and then creator of i'm going to go there on their return trip because the truth is going to be very very good to. talk shows us one of the most popular and simple ways to cope with stress in korea . in the column in the old. just little room took. created by the imus is from my mistress i was in the corporate when i watched over the summer. just to sort of on the other day. goal was to support her i wanted to continue my mil. templi tryst as i. can tell you what.
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can i do take. it out and see if. you can continue the. capsizing got to go to the gym and go because they've gotten into kenya i need. money. and. people. to do things to. move more mr kim kyong young heads to civil service union a fellow called all sorts of stuff and at work he talks openly about stress related issues to when i told him what ok so tomnod job would be good in toronto 20. 2 words you guys.
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but. you. turn on to me. the union head has come to support a rally for the rights of women who have been laid off. the protesters away airing burial clothes because in south korea losing a job equates to death. because nobody becomes almost always it would. be from d.c. it could. be. that. we also know. that.
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it is no one in bordeaux you have. something like that if you. for koreans work is a matter of life and death. here so taxi drivers are protesting against. it's a common story and. prices plunge and jobs are lost. several drivers committed suicide after losing their livelihoods. there's almost chris rock. here. on the working day my.
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so in going to washington all moved on but all. true when i say on t.v. it's all true $100.00 work which you are putting it's all to. watch some british t.v. and you call it out in real world and those little interior. pocket. over there and you're cool with. equal. work related stress induced suicide is only part of the problem. this is a support group for women whose husbands died from overwork. they asked us not to show their faces because they're afraid of potential problems with getting compensation from the companies their husbands work for. guys. who need and they get paid off moment.
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and usually that. doesn't mean they are going on in that group was making they made we fiddle with their mood and see. that. you can do it to them and though you may. notice that you know we could put in that you know. to make more such words and they'd. go. whole is one of the most popular ways to relieve stress for regular people celebrating the end of a working week with your peers is almost a tradition of south korea. to. relax think you can attend some pretty. much food and going to. get hit so hard some.
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didn't have. one. in fact in the last few years friday night how to use have been falling out of style in corporate life. who go there with who. they were. the woman. who took every good though. they've been good. at living. with a home don't apply to. many companies are now reducing working hours. executives or even sometimes taking to forcing employees to go home for some rest. they even switch the power off at the end of
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a working day to ensure that people can't work any longer. of course those measures can't solve the problem of people carrying on with their work from home and the dilemma for employees is clear. the number of working hours may well be reduced but the amount of work to be done often remains the same. group. of.
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lists. and very well might continue watching on since last. young elephants have come to us off the. press basically brutal pledging incidents because sadly the baby elephants often do see their mother as not only be killed but also be cut off and. i do believe they laugh and smile i see it in these little ones the home facial expression changes. he.
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she. was. a. kid who said. this is known as death experience the state run social program. with. my mom but her father took. me to see you didn't plan to go this told me it was live in cities out in the only time honestly at a time. and he called it.
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the center has been established for a very important reason south korea's economically successful society is going through a crisis of. news and the country's working hard to overcome its. home pay media would than here they live. longer than you don't look good on them for long. enough on what i'm proudest moments of we don't get is a walk on program. the center sets a much bigger goals than just helping to cope with stress businesses are presented with one simple sort life is finite and the end could be narrower than you think.
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or. your thought. is the. helmet poignant cell for a woman had. to get. in and. after a short presentation visitors go to a burial room huge hall containing dozens of coffins. such as a prince take a seat next to a coffin and change into burial clothes. they lay down not fail well photo and write a farewell letter. you know to do you want to. join us tonight. i'd love to move
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soon. so. it's time for the funeral everyone gets into their coffins and the lids are closed visitors have to spend a little time being dead. the climax of the ceremony is a rebirth everyone leaves their coffins with a new perspective on life and death.
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they can take it up on that god like a curator of the day and they. could want to talk about anything about it. each of them i thought. they read too much how did i get to be a good tone could not on the author to get i think i feel when i'm in the good children tell him of all this you know if i want a family don't come. with. modern day south korea is the product of a highly competitive society so i might say that stress is a negative side effect. but it has a positive impact too in the face of such competition you must always strive to be a better version of yourself.
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parkas heading to a temple where he'll take a break from hectic city life. past to yourself for treats are another popular tool for alleviating stress and reevaluating priorities. this is what park is looking for. anyone can come here and become a novice of the temple if only for a while. it's all about living like the rest of the monastery does dressing like a novice sleeping like a novice eating like a novice. which means a dramatic change to your usual way of life.
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temperance they. don't like israel. or. you know what their attempt to. turkey there was some costs the. temple stays are popular. the people who come here all face different issues. some are trying to adapt to the loss of a loved one some are looking to distress from work some trying to dumb down aggression and others are dealing drink problems. this is i'm bowing ceremony. but disciplines are expected to perform balance.
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quite a trial for a city dweller. order told me at. times ahead of them and so. on and. when. it's going to be rounded up and guns are getting a chance. joining us off of the morning or to talk of what's hot out the bottle in concert at the hall. when i got. to do that in the kimball home when god was about to call there's a satanic on the committee about a speech that she took her children well it's really i mean there. was a child i thought it she'll walk in the heat and it will. be.
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hard to justify keeping him there i was just you and i knew cause brooke does. need time you got to know a new prime. time you went up and down pick. and see i'm thinking down time you know we talk on a couch even on mindfully say young. man you cut it totally hooked on the. top edge honest just the sicko the creator to project to me coming. true. or more often their. chin honeybee a key bad analogy to islam heard and read about them in the. cradle it will be a lot of how you can be one telling us. what you are coming up with causing your.
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music and music to this one really almost total you do that i mean at the bottom there was a chill down without by god there's a lot of mail in your tears hold on. it's not a good move. you know. it soon doesn't using your washing. so you can go on. for using your. career oriented. everyone. trying to find their path to success and exhausting themselves while doing so. this couple set up their own business after suffering a burnout comes to something that is through and. through figures or should they see other producers through literature in the pool was thrust them up. for but it comes out of the scope of commanders talk all this is sort of my little bit to come of it like that because you. think
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of it. as more of. them so see us humans use the word doesn't. really matter. mr kwan's job was sending people to jail. after retiring he decided to send himself to jail. and build a business on the way. in the prison. the owners of this jail also with chief prisoners the couple each have their own favorite cells and their favorite views inside their jail they prefer to serve time in solitary confinement. cruelty of cool. because
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you pop in on those other you're one of those is it. going to tell you when to take a 2 month. thanks to opening the jail its founders were also given their own freedom spending time on your own is the unique full riot t. of n.t. stress therapy on offer here. don't let the. for details on of their. got off the table. they don't get a $100.00 on a bonus or good about koma how that will rant that's how case time goes thought of when they seem to pop it. whole mobile phones computers and modern communication devices are banned here. however you are welcome to use a pen the most books. many people start writing or drawing while serving
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a sentence. or even going on with your head out of the gate somewhere they think within a few days and you've got. this has had on a video get through i don't know who i pissed that out of there could go over to him. the bridge is a good example of how south korea isn't tapping into stress. before 2013 the bridge was a no suicide spot. several psychologists designers went to great lengths to turn it into a safe space. phrases along the railing are intended to reduce stress levels in desperate individuals. they form a dialogue between the bridge and passers by. apart from being
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under constant video surveillance the bridge is also a quick panic button. as a result the l. reputed mob of bridge changed its name it's now dubbed the bridge of life. after all life can prevail against some statistics. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. some want to.
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let you go on to be prosperous like them before 3 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters of my house. first sydney. is you'll be via reflection of reality. in a world transformed. what will make you feel safe from. the isolation for community. are you going the right way or are you being led some. direction. what is true was his faith. in the world corrupted you need to descend. to join us
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in the depths. for a mate in the shallowness. i'm going to fulfill the repeated promises a possible to the people and promise to be you know we've all pots. be ready for a. clock. really there. how do you want to. know.
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all. 5 this is a story about what happens auster a stray bullet kills a young girl in the streets. what happens to her family and daughters in florida the mother daughter is buried in a cemetery it really messes with your head what happens to the community the public was screaming for a scapegoat the police need is a scapegoat so why not choose a 19 year old black kid with a criminal record who better to pin this on than him and what happens in court be. shocked shocked as far as i feel. we don't know she'll just from. the end of this trial unfortunately you.
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will still not know chill just. yet and belong to me soon enough to stop the some of them. can you stop the dilemma to the screen to see disconnects. cargoes former. coach. donna suspected. message. to infant daughter not you know the little.
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carnival with the. russians board is back in the firing line with the world anti-doping agency committee recommending a 4 year ban on major sporting events international olympic committee has had it say to saying any punishment would focus on the countries or forty's. or u.k. court bans parents from protesting equality clauses dismissing claims that the lessons all not age appropriate and go against some people's religious beliefs. 2 months off the disaster of people in the french 30 a real long gather to protest the handling of a huge fire that ripped through a chemical plant demanding transfer.


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