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The podcast is my informed opinion, based on my critical thinking about issues of interest to me, given in ten minutes or less.

J-B's Informed Opinion Joe-Brown

    • Society & Culture
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The podcast is my informed opinion, based on my critical thinking about issues of interest to me, given in ten minutes or less.

    What's Your Problem? (part 10)

    What's Your Problem? (part 10)

    Joe-Brown's informed opinion is that young people need help and support as they make the transition to their next environment and that they need to understand the terms under which the help is offered before they accept it.

    • 9 min
    What's Your Problem? (part 09)

    What's Your Problem? (part 09)

    Joe-Brown's informed opinion is that high school grads, who need more time to choose their next environment, may find opportunities in training programs as well as in volunteering in which to gain the additional time that they need in order to choose their next environment.

    • 8 min
    What’s Your Problem? (part 08)

    What’s Your Problem? (part 08)

    Joe-Brown’s informed opinion is that after all of the celebration, of having completed high school, graduates are sometimes stuck deciding what they will do next and, as they continue to live at home, being supported by their parents, their situation becomes untenable, as a great deal of stress is generated.

    • 9 min
    What’s Your Problem? (part 07)

    What’s Your Problem? (part 07)

    Joe-Brown’s informed opinion is that high school graduates have earned the right to celebrate their successful completion of twelve years of schooling before engaging their chosen next environment.

    • 8 min
    What’s Your Problem? (part 06)

    What’s Your Problem? (part 06)

    Joe-Brown’s informed opinion is that most young people are developing habits that enable them to solve their problems in a rational way.

    • 8 min
    What’s Your Problem? (part 05)

    What’s Your Problem? (part 05)

    Joe-Brown’s informed opinion is that we need to remember how difficult it is to make decisions about how we live our life and that the way we live our life will help determine how our children adapt to their environment of which we are a huge part.

    • 9 min

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