Monthly Archives: August 2012

The Future Always Seems So Far Away

“I hate leaving,” I thought to myself as we drove over the light speckled concrete of the NJ Turnpike. I had forgotten how hard leaving is. The first time was the hardest when Martin ran after the car as I … Continue reading

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A New Beginning

One of my favorite professors, Bob Kegan, a constructive developmental psychologist, Piagetian scholar, and quintessential thinker-outside-the-box, gave his last lecture of our Adult Development class in the form of “beads.” These beads were a string of seemingly disconnected illustrations, one … Continue reading

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