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Adina Glickman is the CEO of Affinity Coaching. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Academic Resilience Consortium, an international association of higher education faculty, professional staff and students who actively promote academic resilience in higher education. Adina was a psychotherapist before shifting into educational consulting, and was the director of Stanford University's Academic Coaching Program for 15 years. In addition to being a certified professional coach, she has a Master's degree in Social Work from New York University and a B.A. in Music from Reed College. Adina is a mom and step-mom and lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband of 25 years, two turtles, two cats and maybe someday a dog but only if someone else will walk it.

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    Those doggie eyes, begging Haley. Please. Don’t. Leave.How do they know my baby girl is leaving for school soon? Is it the infinite IKEA bags lining the hall or the more-than-usual mess of a bedroom?They seem to follow her around more now. Trying to soak in a little more time, a little more muscle memory of her vibrant essence in the house. Or maybe that’s just me. In these next couple weeks leading up to college drop-off, I find myself feeling the gravity of a lot of “lasts”. Last time we all go the the beach together before school, last time all the kids will be at Nonna’s together.Before College drop-off and After Dorm drop-off.Is that what BC and AD really stand for?!I’m getting emotional about my first-born leaving for freshman year. I keep telling myself what I tell the dogs.It’s going to be OK. ... See MoreSee Less
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