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Our Hearts Can Still Use Our Hands:


 

"Choking up -- is the brain's subconscious attempt at preventing us from saying things that might cause discomfort. Sign language empowers us to proceed. Our brains can constrict our esophagus all it wants but our hearts can still use our hands to continue expressing 'dangerous' feelings."

- William Vicars, EdD (2022)
 

 



 

Notes: 

Related medical term: esophageal stenosis
 




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