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10 Ways Schools are Making Children Stupid and Depressed — My Thoughts

Recently, I read 10 Ways Schools are Making Children Stupid and Depressed which was shared by a friend on Facebook.  As I read many things came up for me – memories from my own school days and from my career … Continue reading

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This Above All

Did you have to study Shakespeare in your high school English classes? I remember asking my English teacher why we had to study Shakespeare and being told that it was because that was part of the ‘literary canon’ – the … Continue reading

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Coming Out of the Closet

Each of us, as we grew up, probably had a place – whether real or imaginary – to which we went when we felt scared or threatened or terrified – somewhere we felt protected and safe. And for some of … Continue reading

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