Christine Jehu and Tabitha Stevens

Christine Jehu and Tabitha Stevens
Personal statement: "'What greater thing is there for human souls than to feel that they are joined for life—to be with each other in silent unspeakable memories.' – George Eliot. Family is more than blood or the people you live with. Family are the people we cry and laugh with. Who we share challenges and triumphs with. The people that no matter what happens, will always have our backs—no matter what. Family does not have to look like us or speak like us. We have common threads—sometimes even one thin thread—that join us. Those threads hold us together through the challenging times and keep us coming back to the common ground of love and connection that initially joined us. Family is support, connection, joy, and challenge. Family is love." Christine Jehu is a licensed psychologist and interim training director in the Center for Counseling and Student Development.
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