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It isn't very hard to learn to swim. Millions of people enjoy swimming, but a lot of people are very scared of being in the water and find it hard to trust that they wont sink.
Take a look at this article about learning to swim.
http://blog.swimator.com/2006/01/tips-for-beginners-of-all-ages-kids.html

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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