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Posted by Leigh ( on January 31, 2001 at 22:51:33:

In Reply to: Teachers posted by Georgia on January 31, 2001 at 20:56:42:

First of all, thanks for the advice,Bob, and the kind words,Georgia. I did have a long talk with my students,explaining the situation and preparing them for the chance that another incident could happen at school. And yes, Bob, they do love getting off topic for as long as they can. But they seemed absolutely captivated by my descriptions of living with clusters. Teenagers seem to have morbid interests sometimes. They also seemed less skeptical and more sympathetic than some of the adults I've tried to explain this affliction to. That's why I love what I do. Some of them even researched ch at home and came back to school with "advice" for me. You gotta love 'em. Anyway ,my advice to anyone with clusters who is preparing to work with children is to warn them asap so that they don't freak out when they see you "possessed" Leigh

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