Senior pranks okay as long as they don’t go overboard
It’s graduation season and seniors across the nation are pulling pranks, including leaving smelly, dead fish in lockers or removing all the mice from the computer lab.
National Association of Social Workers member Mindy Utay, MSW, in this article in the Associated Press said such pranks are okay as long as they do not get out of control.
“It’s something they look forward to after all the pressure — a chance to take back some of the control,” said Utay, a therapist and clinical social worker in private practice in Manhattan.
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