“Play is the foundation of learning, creativity, self-expression, and constructive problem-solving. It’s how children wrestle with life to make it meaningful.” ~Susan Linn, Psychiatrist We met at a job interview for a summer camp.
At the time, I was twenty-two years old and pursuing a bachelor’s degree in English literature and psychology at UBC. On the other hand, H was attending college in the hopes of one day becoming a high school history teacher.
He also “liked to promote and support the development of children.” During our first date, we grabbed coffee and spent some time at Indigo Books & Music.Read more on tinybuddha.com