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Deal with it

| Saturday, May 17, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

In the May 7 Greensburg Trib, there was a picture of a St. Vincent College student petting a dog for stress relief during finals. I think that student's generation has a lot to learn and should start to deal with stress. Parents need to stop coddling their kids.

For decades, people have been attending continuing education classes, working full-time jobs, raising families and dealing with those stresses of everyday life without taking time to pop bubble wrap and make stress balls. The fact is, life is tough and you have to learn to deal with these stresses and go on with life.

You are not going to win every time. Deal with a loss, then move on. It's not the end of the world.

ART DIRA

UNITY

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