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Before You Graduate

Sixty Things To Know

ByClifford Bramble

After dropping off my daughter at college, I was overcome with emotion. On our journey back home, I pulled onto a side road and cried my eyes out. My wife did the same. My twelve-year-old son (in the back seat) was quiet but seemed concerned. Once we arrived home, I hugged my son and told him that it was okay to cry. His sister was going to do great, and we will visit her frequently. My son hugged me tightly, and while crying, he said, "What am I going to do without my best friend?" It broke my heart. I cried even more. It was a tough day, but, like all parents, we got through it. Part of the reason for the tears was because we were so proud of my daughter, but the letting go part; wow, it's tough! The next day I thought to myself, "did I teach my daughter everything she needs to know to be ready for the real world?" I quickly realized that she needed to know more about the "life skills" to succeed. That's how this book came to fruition. It's made up of many "life skills" that teenagers can begin to explore and, as they grow older, continue to read and learn more about the topics. Hopefully, this book will help teenagers before, during, and after their college years.


Publication Date
Jul 7, 2021
Parenting & Families
All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
By (author): Clifford Bramble



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