mataphor en Metaphor <p>Most of us have found that metaphors help us make sense of our complicated world, pushing us to view life’s complexities through alternate lenses and images.&nbsp; Metaphors are the creative tools of writers, artists, and therapists.&nbsp; The renowned author and anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson once said, “there are few things as toxic as a bad metaphor. You can’t think without metaphors.”&nbsp; Lindsay Aromin surely has made good use of metaphors in her life.</p><p>Lindsay Aromin is an English teacher at North Smithfield High School, where each year her ninth grade students write their own “This I Believe” essays.&nbsp; Aromin has been a member of the Pawtucket and Providence Figure Skating Club for over twenty years.&nbsp; She also coaches private and group skating lessons in Pawtucket.</p><p> Wed, 13 Mar 2013 12:15:52 +0000 Lindsay Aromin 11850 at