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10-16-17 10:08 PM
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I think fidget spinners should be allowed in schools but personally I have found fidget spinners to be far more distracting to me than helpful. I first got one long after it became a fad from one of my customers. They had printed their logo on free fidget spinners for advertising purposes. I, honestly had never seen one in use though I know about them so I tried to throw my fidget spinner in the air after spinning it because I figured "surely, this thing does something more than just spinning". I kept one for myself to see if it would relieve stress, as my job is very stressful, and gave one to my assistant manager who has ADHD and anxiety. It did absolutely nothing to relieve my stress and I quickly found myself annoyed by the noise whenever my assistant manager used it. Thankfully after several days he decided that it was not doing any thing to help him either.
I think fidget spinners should be allowed in schools but personally I have found fidget spinners to be far more distracting to me than helpful. I first got one long after it became a fad from one of my customers. They had printed their logo on free fidget spinners for advertising purposes. I, honestly had never seen one in use though I know about them so I tried to throw my fidget spinner in the air after spinning it because I figured "surely, this thing does something more than just spinning". I kept one for myself to see if it would relieve stress, as my job is very stressful, and gave one to my assistant manager who has ADHD and anxiety. It did absolutely nothing to relieve my stress and I quickly found myself annoyed by the noise whenever my assistant manager used it. Thankfully after several days he decided that it was not doing any thing to help him either.
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