While it’s true that all of us need relationships, it’s also true that each one of us must find an aim in life worth living for. The psychologist Jordan Peterson explains.
The TRUE Story of how a single mother found liberation from self-destructive habits and friends and TRANSFORMED her life. From The Real Deal documentary series at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLtStkNhR5El2vrFEfULIfQ.
By Linda Doering, SRAS
To learn about the research on the “Pygmalion Effect,” especially as it concerns developing the “high expectations” of Teaching Professionals in their own classrooms was enlightening and profound. Something that has always been hidden in plain sight: drawing out our students’ potential through believing in them and putting that belief, as Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Educators, into action vs. their self-defeating self-talk such as “I am a product of my past experience and current environment.”
Not only can this be an advantage for students and parents, but also for teachers themselves, as they draw out that budding […]
(Alexandria, VA) – State-level data from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health , the most authoritative study on drug use conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA), found significant increases in youth marijuana use in several recently legalized marijuana states versus last year.
“Once again, marijuana is the stubborn outlier – the only drug significantly going up in several areas across the country and across several different age groups,” said Dr. Kevin Sabet, president of Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM)  and a former senior drug policy advisor to the Obama Administration.
“Weed normalization and commercialization has […]