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Language/Media Skills, Other Skills, Auxiliary Skills, Additional Skills, Supplementary Skills. And, yes, you are correct, do not use "soft skills". That relates more to a persons ability to interact …
answered Jul 9 '17 by Kace36
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A shiner: bruised or blackened eye Example from mirror.co.uk: 'My little lad loves my shiner' reveals Anthony Joshua after Klitschko win that secured him £15million payday Also, 2001 movie name …
answered Jul 19 '17 by Kace36
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Pyschosomatic is the answer they are seeking. Hypochondriac is really reserved for people who are worried about getting sick. That is as opposed to the manifestation of illness from thinking about it. …
answered Jul 5 '17 by Kace36
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I'm not sure of your full intentions but I will help you modify the phrasing so it's grammatically correct using the context I can gather. It sounds to me like you are writing a piece for a therapist …
answered Jul 6 '17 by Kace36