Follow-up: Do you believe interventions are helpful? In what ways?

Asked at Jewell Park, Pacific Grove


RYAN RICHTER | REI Employee | Seaside

A: I’ve overcome crises by staying persistent. Being calm is key.

Experience Necessary: Interventions can be helpful. It’s important for someone with a lot of experience to help someone in need.


DOMINICK ABUNIDZ | Music Student | Fort Ord

A: I subdivided the issue into smaller projects. Breaking things down helps me stay organized and calm.

Talk the Talk: It depends on the person mediating. Expressing your feelings eloquently is crucial so emotions remain calm.

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SUSAN CARTER | Baker | Salinas

A: I’ve overcome many crises in my life by being very positive in every way I can.

Optimistically Opinionated: Yes. The act of discussion and reinforcement has really helped me move the right way in my life.

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