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Re: Help with H. americana!


In a message dated 3/18/06 10:22:24 AM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:


> She wanted her doctoral thesis to be perfect
> 

Kitty, I have a niece who was working on her masters at Univ. of GA and she 
invested time much 
beyond any normal masters degree.     She is a perfectionist and because of 
this she suffered mental problems while working on her degree which was of real 
concern to her parents. She final submitted her papers and the masters 
committee rejected because the paper was of the level of doctorate.     She 
resubmitted after some addtl work on the paper, recd her doctorate and now teaches at 
the Univ but will soon be moving to Settle.
     Ceres 

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