Reactive-Attachment disorder generally is rooted in relational trauma that results in the young lady either overly associating herself with others in a disinhibited and indiscriminate manner, or all together removing herself from meaningful relational involvement, attachment and investment. Either way, the young lady fails to engage in healthy attachment and growth-promoting relationships with others.
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Students in each of our houses provided ideas on “7 Ways to Make Your Own Luck!” in recognition of St. Patrick’s Day that is coming up on Saturday. Serve Others- it becomes an expression to find the beauty within yourself by gifting joy into their day.
Students in each of our houses provided ideas on “7 Ways to Make Your Own Luck!” in recognition of St. Patrick’s Day that is coming up on Saturday. An idea will be posted each day. “There is no such thing as luck, only the convergence of perseverance and opportunity.”
In case you missed it, we’ve been posting tips on strengthening and celebrating marriage during the month of February! You shared daily thoughts and suggestions throughout the month of February that came from staff, students, and families. Below is the complete list of articles. Please let us know in the comments what your favorite tip [...]
Celebrate your spouse’s wins, share their losses. Support them before their big game, and stick around after the game to review the highlights. Show up in team colors and don’t forget to cheer! ——————————– Join us in strengthening and celebrating marriage for the month of February! You will find daily thoughts and suggestions throughout the [...]
It is said that good things in this life are worth fighting for. Certainly, those things we work the hardest for are the most rewarding, and things that come easy are often taken for granted. Marriage is the same. Remember patience, commitment, humility, fidelity and diligence! ——————————– Join us in strengthening and celebrating marriage for [...]
Intimacy is a vital contributor to healthy bonding, and of healthy marital relationships, and an area that often becomes neglected during high-stress and/or demanding stages of life. One parent offers: “Something that I’ve found helpful after 20 years of marriage is not to forget about romantic time… Remember, these interludes don’t happen by magic; they usually involve [...]
The example of marriage we set today can and will influence the marriages of our children in the future. Young eyes and ears are ever-attentive and will often adopt the attitudes, opinions and relational styles exemplified in the home. ——————————– Join us in strengthening and celebrating marriage for the month of February! You will find [...]
Take time often to reflect upon some of your favorite times together – Reflecting upon good memories not only bids the return of joy and pleasures gone before, but also promotes healthy perspective when wading through challenges in the present. Enjoy memories together, time and time again! ——————————– Join us in strengthening and celebrating marriage [...]
Love is a verb, not a noun; a lifestyle, not an event! Service is a great way to cultivate love in a relationship. Surprise your spouse by doing something for them that saves them a little time during the day (e.g. wash their car, prepare a meal, return the rental, complete the chore, etc.). Service [...]
One of the main reasons I became a Recreation Therapist is because of my love of nature and the joy that I experience from being outside. I remember as a child, especially in the summer time, my siblings and I would spend hours roaming outside, exploring and using our imaginations to go on adventures and [...]
This can be a common belief among most middle and high school aged girls. Teen girls’ priorities become more focused on what is considered to be acceptable by others, such as: boys, social groups, sports, and extracurricular activities, not including the science Olympiad, of course. Even though females tend to excel in science even more [...]
There is one debate that stands out in human history. It is an ancient debate–common to every human discipline that attempts to understand human behavior and the human condition. The debate is often called determinism vs. freewill, however, dozens of terms can be attributed to the debate. Both sides of the debate have derived evidence [...]