Age of Awareness
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Age of Awareness

When Fun Turns to Fear

Didaskaleinophobia

(Fear of School¹)

Photo by Vadim Bogulov on Unsplash

I graduated high school in 1983. I did not enter another K-12 school again until 1994. I was not there as a student or parent, but as a citizen doing a good deed. I was out for a walk that day and found a moderately expensive looking pocket calculator laying on the sidewalk in front of an elementary school I was passing. School had let…

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Damien Dixon

Damien Dixon

I live in Southern California, and graduated from the University of Denver and San Diego State University. I have an MS in Organizational Psychology. INTJ.

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