Teenage Pregnancy Has No Good Outcome
Ann Fessler, a photographer and video installation artist, wrote her first book in 2006 and it brings back a lot of memories for me of the 50s and 60s. I didn’t know anyone who “went away” to have a baby but everything in the book rings true. The family and societal pressure on young women was enormous and they paid such a price. I knew several who had illegal abortions and that was no better a solution and in some ways even worse. It’s a good read for people who lived during those decades: “The Girls Who Went Away.”
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I had never heard of the 10,000 hour rule but I certainly am trying to get that many hours in at pickleball. Malcolm Gladwell wrote about it and the concept was first discussed by Anders Ericsson at the Universityh of Colorado in a 1993 paper.
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