"Where Social Skills Means Building Relationships"
Since 2001, Learning on the Log has provided an inclusive therapeutic social skills program designed for both typical developing and special needs children, including Autism, Asperger, ADHD, sensory integration disorder, developmental delay, and various anxiety disorders.
"We are in relentless the pursuit of "Emotional Corrective Experiences", because it give the best chance of generalizing learned social skills into other areas of a child's life." -- Armann Fenger, LAPC, NCC, MS
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The college football and NFL seasons have finally begun, and for millions of us fans we can finally travel, prepare, tailgate, and cheer for our favorite teams on their pursuit of the playoffs and of the title(s). After months of preparations, coaches and players can actually begin to play and live out their dreams. But, at the season’s end, many of these same coaches and players will say good-bye to their team they have put so much blood, sweat and time into. My question is what will they miss the most?
In a relationship with someone, would you rather have “Quality” or “Quantity”? Research shows that quality gives is us the best chance at finding true happiness, while quantity leads to the least amount of short term heart ache. So, while quantity avoids some pain right now, quality rewards us with long-term happiness
Countless of people have spent imaginable amount of hours pondering the importance of the relationship on one’s happiness, and here is what some of them had to say:
Nancy Ragan was put to rest at the Ragan Library in California, and much has been said about her leading up to the burial. I was listening to an interview with the revered political analyst Charles Krauthammer, and he described her as being the backbone of President Ronald Ragan. Mr. Krauthammer went on to describe Mrs.
Time and time again we see coaches and athletes talk very emotionally about the loss of relationships as they are leaving a specific team. We hear stories about all the time spent together traveling, planning, practicing, resting, eating, and simply goofing around.
These relationships are on display for the rest of us every day as we watch them celebrate with a unique dance, handshake, or hug. Through social media, we read about an athlete sticking up for another, or extending congratulations after a victory or championship. So, Why is this Important?