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Life Instructions Are Everywhere but Do We Need Them?

When given the opportunity, people may surprise us with their ability to make good decisions

A dog sitting on a seesaw
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I recently visited a museum with a staged photo-op where you could sit on a seesaw. The draw for the photo was the lovely summer background scene, but the fascinating part to me was the sign posted above the seesaw.




Move over Millenials, we Baby Boomers are writing about our life experiences! We’re not grumpy old buggers, we’re extremely wise thirty-something-year-olds rebounding online. Boomerangs share life lessons about recovering our power, money, relationships, health, and self-worth.

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Jill (Conquering Cognitions)

PsyD, Clinical Psychologist | Writer | Words in Human Parts, Forge, Better Humans | Life Lessons Supported by Science

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