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So You Think You Can’t Dance?

by Sheila A. Ward, PhD, MPH

If you think you might like to learn to dance, don’t let the fear of having two left feet hold you back. Find a beginner-level class, and check it out. Chances are, your classmates will be people very much like you — a little nervous, but eager to learn. Give yourself time to get over the initial awkwardness that comes with trying something new. With practice and patience, you, too, can learn to dance.

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