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Age of Awareness

How Books, And A Determined, Unorthodox Teacher, Tricked Throw Away Kids Into Becoming Writers

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I taught middle school right out of college, left after three years, and swore never to go back to teaching.

It was hard work with little reward or respect. I cried most days and had migraines monthly. No way would I go through that again, I promised myself.




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Carol Lennox

Carol Lennox

Psychotherapist, Hypnotherapist Sharing new choices. Leans Left. Mindfulness practitioner before it was cool. LPC, M.Ed. Helping you make a difference every day

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