The First-Gen Lounge
Spring 2020: Session 109 (What to Do When Graduating is Disappointing with Dr. Eve Hudson)
Apr 9, 2020 · 29 min
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It sucks when something that you’ve been looking forward to for the longest doesn’t happen. It feels frustrating when you’ve worked hard for something just for things to not work out as you’d hoped. It hurts even more when things fall apart and there’s nothing that you can do about it. Graduation is upon us and this time around is like nothing we have ever seen before. At a moment such as this one, when you have put your all into getting to this place and have been looking forward to this momentous occasion, it is tough to deal with feeling like it was just ripped away. You can even end up feeling even more helpless when you think about there being nothing you can do about it. However, I want you to know that you are not alone, share my story of graduating disappointed when I got my PhD a few years ago, and offer you some perspective for getting this time of your life (and maybe even a few moments in the future). Don't forget to check out session notes: Come on over and become a part of The First-Gen Lounge Family: Track by The Boy:

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