Recovery Dance

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In my dance class tonight, I raised my hand and asked for help with a troublesome step sequence. The teacher spent a good three or four minutes going over it with me until I understood, and she had to explain it a few different ways before I figured it out. All my classmates were standing around watching and waiting. The teacher looked around and said, “Let’s all give Alison a round of applause for her focus with everyone watching her! Good job!” and everyone clapped. Of course, I was embarrassed, but it was nice that the teacher recognized my efforts. On my way

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