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  • in reply to: Constant change in interests #80660
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    My dad has told me more than once that nothing you learn is ever wasted, whether it’s a college degree or a hobby. I know how frustrating it is to jump “all in” from one thing to another–I do it myself. But I feel like all the little pieces of all the hobbies and interests we pick up along the way give us some depth and make us a little more interesting to others. Think of all the contributions we can make to conversations (when we’re forced to–LOL!) because we can pull those little pieces out of our pocket and use them (even if it’s a long-past interest). I really like what the posters before me said, so … it’s been said! The way you are is valuable and unique–consider it a strength, a contribution, rather than the pain in the butt it feels like to you. 🙂

    in reply to: Interior Design for Mental Health #71641
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    Interesting topic! Thank you for all the good info and, best wishes in your new venture, Rhi. Sounds like a great and helpful niche market!

    in reply to: Can my son’s principal do this? #50622
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    Unfortunately, I’ve seen them in the school where I aide. Also, unfortunately, I’ve never seen them used appropriately–by anyone. Always held up, spun, and watched, by more than the spinning kid. Besides, they make a whirring noise. 🙁

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