Long Story Short, the Upshot of My Piece About My Son’s Facebook Post

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When last we met, I’d written a piece about a hurtful post my son put on Facebook. The response to that piece was overwhelming. It received dozens upon dozens of comments on Facebook and LinkedIn, all supportive and, sadly, many sharing the fact that they’re in a very similar situation. I received emails and text messages and phone calls. Yes, people picked up the phone…

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Rugby mom, soccer mom, author, hopeless optimist. Reach me at Susan@SusanMcCorkindale.com

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Susan McCorkindale

Susan McCorkindale

Rugby mom, soccer mom, author, hopeless optimist. Reach me at Susan@SusanMcCorkindale.com

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