Barack Obama Shares What He Misses Most About Being President, His Thoughts During Trump Inauguration

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Barack Obama Shares What He Misses Most About Being President, His Thoughts During Trump Inauguration

MadameNoire

January 20 will mark one year since Donald Trump’s inauguration, the day he was sworn into office and we watched our favorite First Family step out of public view to go on to seemingly live their best lives without us. That disappointing day may have come and gone, but the mere sight or mention of Barack and Michelle Obama since then has brought a comforting sense of nostalgia and a reminder of the good ol’ days. But does Barack miss being in charge as much as we miss him?

Not necessarily. But in a special interview with Prince Harry for BBC Radio 4, he said there are certain aspects of the job that he misses quite a bit.

Barack Obama White House Getty

“Well, I have to say because we were both in traffic today, the fact that I didn’t used to experience traffic,” he joked. “I used to cause traffic, much to…

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Thoughts of a Child/Adolescent Therapist

The hippie counselor

Oh man! It has been a while since my last blog, and ironically enough my last blog was a similar topic to this one. If you are just now stumbling onto this blog, you’re probably gathering that I’m a therapist. I work with kids and teens. If you go to my main page, you can find my last post that was about toughing it out versus learning actual coping tools. It was good stuff.  I’m planning on getting back to posting regularly – be on the lookout for a life updates and favorites post that should be on it’s way in the next week.

In the meantime, I’m here with more musings about working with kids and parenting – a huge piece of what I do is helping parents relate better to their children and building of the parent/child relationship. Studies show that when the parent/child relationship is strong, kids…

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