The 2020 class of college graduates has been on my mind a lot lately. Why? It’s easy. I have something in common with them.
I have a 3-year-old son. Use that fact along with the title of this article and allow your mind to paint a vivid picture.
We’re all stuck at home with too much time on our hands. With extra idle time comes inevitable mistakes. Just…don’t do it.
We’ve all been in uncomfortable situations, maybe now more than ever before. How we deal with those situations matters a great deal. It’s something we ought to train for.
In Chapter 15 of the Southwestern story series, I detail how the end of my summer played out, along with a few final thoughts about the experience in general.
Don Azevedo is a clinical psychologist with 30+ years of experience. He sat down with me to discuss mental and emotional health and their importance in our society.