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Fourth Wave

Queer Acceptance at College

My child faces a world more welcoming than my own

Photo by Harry Quan on Unsplash

I was headed back to college. Not with plans to stay for eleven years and three degrees, like the first time around. Nor to make lifelong friends and gain knowledge of myself and the world. I was returning to my alma mater to take one of my children to school. As they began their journey towards independent living, I wanted to step…

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John Kruse MD, PhD, San Francisco psychiatrist, father of twins, marathon runner. Author of Recognizing Adult ADHD: What Donald Trump Can Teach Us About ADHD

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