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Re: Angry Kids

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Sheryl McCoy (sheryl)
Thu, 17 Dec 1998 16:11:55 -0700

Greetings to all:

I agree with Joy on two points that I feel are connected, angry kids and e-greetings.
To e-greetings
Expressions of sharing among my friends and good acquaintances fills my mind through my day. I look at the e-cards and either save them to my hard drive or delete them...after I enjoyed them. I like Valentine's Day Reatha!

Now to angry Kids:
When humans attach specialness to anything, the paradox of our humanity hits us right between the eyes. Not everyone is happy that there is a holiday. Some of your students may even be sad that they will not be in school. Remember this is the season when more SUICIDES occur than any other time. You are only one person, and you can do the best you can do.


On Thu, 17 Dec 1998 10:44:07 joym wrote: >It's important to acknowledge that many kids do not experience the Christmas season as a fully joyful time. There may be negative experiences >associated with holiday time

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