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How do you deal with change?

How do you deal with change?

Many people say that the only thing constant in life is change. Senior Correspondent John Bell says that change is vital to progress. Think back to a time when you faced a big life change. How did you get through it? Share a brief story or photo.


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Understanding Change

Understanding Change

How does Bill "Shep" Shepherd deal with change?"I put it in a little jar in my house," he jokes."Change is something that you're not accustomed to.

Friendship Matters Most

Friendship Matters Most

Friendship makes all the difference during change, according to Miriam Dixon."It's hard to get through something without your friends and support in general," says Dixon, who lives in Raleigh, North Carolina.She remembers when her parents died in 2004 and 2007."A friend told me that they meant to send a card, but they didn't because they didn't know what to say," Dixon says.

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