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May 31, 2020 9 min

Todays question is the first of the COVID QUESTIONS SERIES. There's no doubt that people as a whole have been affected by this pandemic - mentally, emotionally, financially, physically, and relationally...in big ways and little ways. Today we focus on our high school grads and how we can support them.

Dear Aimee Zak,
Do you have any advice for high school seniors to have the most fulfilling graduation experience since no option is really exciting?!
~ A loving parent

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I know this might sound weird. But the first step looks nothing like a celebration..." 

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