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Creativity unlocks inner resources for dealing with stress, solving problems, and enjoying life.
When you have more gratitude in your life, you have more happiness in your life.
Resilient people don’t wallow or dwell on failures; they acknowledge the situation, learn from their mistakes, and then move forward.
Although the concept has been around for some time, social emotional learning (SEL) has become the new buzzword in education circles
But it feels bad to be criticized. Why should we value criticism?
Expressing gratitude daily can improve your mood and increase your happiness and optimism.
With the understanding that everybody encounters social aggression somewhere, sometime, Jacob Sartorius chooses to use his voice to help, stating, “If you don’t use your platform for good, why have one?”
The Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention has recently been published by the NASP, ASCA, AFSP, and The Trevor Project.
There are times that joking crosses a line and a child may not know they are being bullied, or in an attempt to keep a friend or seem cool, they may keep their pain silent.