237: 5 Ways High School Prepared Us for the Real World
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When we look at how people deal with or react to each other in certain dramatic or negative social situations, it’s sometimes said, “they act like they’re still in high school” or “it’s like they never left high school.”
In today’s podcast episode, I bring a possibly uncomfortable truth bomb view on the whole concept of what high school actually gave us a glimpse of:
- People divide into groups.
- There are cool groups and not cool groups.
- Gossip/rumors are a thing.
- We know what we know and don’t know what we don’t.
- Bullies are real.
— Amy Dingmann, 4-5-23
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