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Kevin is just entering young adulthood (18-19 y/o). He is living with his mother and trying to help her with the bills by working nights at a local, privately owned restaurant. He often stays late to help close the bar to earn a little extra.
At the age of 20 he started attending classes full time at a local Community College, where he is trying to maintain a 3.0 GPA to satisfy his future aspirations of attending the College at Brockport. After struggling with his grades (acute stress) and talking with his mother, Kevin eventually quit his job and finished his schooling.
Kevin (now 22) begins the next chapter of his life by applying and being accepted at The College at Brockport. Kevin experiences anxiety being from a small town, and transitioning new to a large campus. He also lives with a roommate who does not respect his belongings or his personal space. He has his mind set on one day attending Graduate School, so again he is struggling to keep his grades up. After failing one class, and re-taking it, Kevin graduates and was accepted into Graduate School.
Kevin met his wife in College and as life would happen they had an untimely surprise. Kevin decided that it would be best to get a job instead of continuing his schooling.
Now in his mid-twenties, Kevin is working to provide for his new family. This is causing a lot of stress between Kevin and his wife. She decided to get a job to help with the bills and tells Kevin that he should go back to school instead of continuing to work in a job that he is not happy doing, for little pay, which is causing added stress and hardship.
Now at 29, Kevin has finished Graduate school and is about to start a new job. Things with his family are beginning to settle down. Kevin can be more attentive now that he is finished with school and is eager to start his new career.
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