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Apodaca Jones Puts Teens in Perspective

October 28, 1994

I have intended to write many times to commend the fine work of Rose Apodaca Jones. Her recent article, "Identity Crisis" (Sept. 30, 1994), however, has propelled me to action rather than just thought.

In my work as a therapist, I see teen-agers daily and find it helpful to understand their "world" in order to guide them forward into adulthood. Rose Apodaca Jones helps me do this.

Her grasp of the cultural and social scene of the teens and 20s living among us is broad enough and deep enough to make it understandable to many of us who are way beyond those years and not familiar with their culture. Her writing is clear, concise, interesting and understandable--a commendable combination for a journalist.

The Times Orange County deserves credit for recognizing her abilities and offering a platform for her work. I hope to see many more insightful articles under her byline in the future.

Pamela S. Osborn, MFCC, Huntington Beach

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