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Unformatted text preview: Do.” The article’s authors are Mary Kay Shanley and Julia Johnson. It discussed three main fears that college students may have, which included: What if I don’t have what it takes?, What if I can’t find friends like me?, and Do I have to party hard? Each fear gave parents an insightful answer to help there first-year college students overcome these fears. It also shows how students can overcome there fears and learn time management skills by joining extracurricular activities, such as debate, music, theater, or sports. This was a very enlightening article that I believe all parents of first-year college students should read. References: Distance learning (2010). In Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved June 24, 2010, from Encyclopedia Britannica Online: http://search.eb.com/eb/article-279808 Parenting for High Potential . Washington: March 2009 . pg. 15, 4 pgs...
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- Spring '09
- Wikipedia, Encyclopædia Britannica, Encarta, first-year college students