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Aug 4, 2021

Welcome back to The Main Thing Podcast! I’m your host Skip Lineberg. Today’s special guest is the youngest ever to appear on our show. At age 19, she brings a unique perspective and some terrific wisdom.

My guest today is an artist. She loves to travel and has been to Italy and Haiti, as well as many cities across the U.S. Her hobbies include cycling, painting and photography. Presently, she is studying Interior Architecture at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. She is my daughter. Chloe Lineberg joins us today from Charleston, West Virginia.

Get ready. Over the next 9 minutes you will discover why Chloe Lineberg is one of the wisest people I know.

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Content You’ll Find in this Podcast

[3:00] - Chloe reflects on the difficult 2020/21 academic year, her Freshman year, amidst the hardships and unknowns of Covid-19.

[4:19] -Don’t assume that she and her peers have an endless supply of resilience.

[5:30] - What parents of college students might be missing, or possibly under-estimating, in terms of how rough last year’s college experience actually was?

[7:14] - Mental health: jettisoning the stigma

[8:29] - How we know one another

[8:50] - The Main Thing Chloe has learned in her lifetime so far

[11:15] - The downside or risk for someone who has not yet embraced that wisdom?

[12:00] - Thank-you and good-bye