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Group Video Response – What I Wish I Knew Two Years Ago Now That I Am Moving In

  “What I Wish I Knew Two Years Ago Now That I Am Moving In” I had never before experienced the process of making a film, or of working with a team that is willing to collaborate as much as … Continue reading

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What Defines Being an Adult?

Bahney, Anna. “The Bank of Mom and Dad.” New York Times, 20 April 2006, New York                Times Company, New York, N.Y. ProQuest Newsstand, 29 June 2010. http://search.proquest.com.prx.library.gatech.edu/hnpnewyorktimes/docview/433330385/fulltext/36F7CA408BD24036PQ/108?accountid=11107 This article is about how people … Continue reading

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Bashing Yourself Into Adulthood

The change from adolescence to adulthood has been recognized as an important stage of personal development. I like to think of adulthood as the process through which someone manages to assume all responsibilities regarding themselves and their actions. At the … Continue reading

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To Be or Not to Be (an Adult): That is the Question

“Adult”: the word you keep hearing repeatedly now that you’re 18, the word your parents threaten you with when you make a lowsy decision, the word that sums up what your future should look like. But what does it mean … Continue reading

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Adult? I doubt that…

“Am I old enough to make the decisions of an adult and to live on my own,” many teenagers ask.  The answer to this common question is more difficult than the average teenager would like it to be as adulthood … Continue reading

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Adult – Not Just an Age

It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when a person makes the transition to adulthood because it varies among different people.  Thus, the transition to adulthood cannot be defined as a generic age.  Although reaching 18 years of age is the … Continue reading

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