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Lastly, I am trying to stay positive and constantly say to myself I see my self passing the bar but at times I get nervous and overwhelmed. Sometimes, I feel like there is so much material that I am not ready for the February bar and would rather wait until July. And I spoke with a Professor and he said the same thing you stated, lectures are a waste of time but then an academic adviser told me I needed to complete them but I feel like I could be learning rules during that time.

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There have been numerous studies showing that anticipatory grief can reduce the symptoms of grief after a death but, as always with grief, there are no rules. There will be times that anticipatory grief may reduce the intensity of grief following a loss, then there are many times that the grief following a death is not impacted at all. For a great review of the research on anticipatory grief (and understanding of why much of the data conflicts), see this article by Reynolds and Botha. What is important to keep in mind is that if you are grieving with less intensity or for shorter duration than other losses because of the anticipatory grief you experienced before the death, that is totally normal! On the flip side, if you do not feel your grief is diminished despite it being an anticipated death, that is totally normal too! Convenient, eh? There is no formula for how an anticipated loss will impact us because we all grieve differently.

While we wait for this futuristic technology to hit more airports, there are a few additional measures travelers can take now to cut down security wait times. TSA PreCheck already allows passengers to keep liquids and laptops in their carry-on bags and keep on their shoes, saving precious minutes in hectic lines. The service costs $78 to sign up and $70 to renew (membership lasts five years).

Clear is another option, although the service is currently only offered at a few dozen airports. The program lets passengers check in at designated kiosks using facial recognition and fingerprint scans, as opposed to showing ID at the security checkpoints. Once the machine matches your identity with the boarding pass, an agent will whisk you to the front of the security line. Membership costs $189 per year, and you can sign up on the Clear website.

The Nintendo Switch and Valve's upcoming Steam Deck show that there is a handheld console market to be tapped into. Though, Sony might not be ready just yet to dive back into it, after the lackluster response to the PS Vita.


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