A couple things happened almost immediately when I moved back to Syracuse that made me feel as though I was in the wrong for not wanting to come back to the place that I was born and raised. One, I was able to reestablish genuine connections with my immediate family members. So many times when I would come home to visit while living in Buffalo, everyone would say "we are all doing well" when in fact they were not. Being face-to-face frequently forced us to have what I like to call "beneath the surface" conversations. After being around someone for longer periods Brainwave Shots Review
of time you get down to the root of their problems/wants/needs/desires, if you truly pay attention. The second thing that happened was I met a young woman whom I felt had all of the qualities I wanted to start a committed relationship with. The final, most important thing was getting hired by Elmcrest Children's Center.
Working at Elmcrest has been both challenging, and fulfilling at the same time. Not only did I get to have an impact on the lives on adolescent young men on a daily basis, working at Elmcrest introduced me to a topic that is near and dear to my heart, Emotional Intelligence (EI).