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Teachers: How to Avoid Isolation

The teaching profession is an immensely social one. Interacting with students takes an immense amount of energy to create a welcoming and efficient classroom environment. So, teachers spend their days speaking or listening – just not with each other. With 5 minute transitions in between class periods and 20-minute lunch breaks spent simultaneously eating and […]

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The Best Tool for Parent-Caregiver Communication

If there’s anything that’s tantamount to the parent-caregiver relationship, it’s trust. And the best way to establish that trust is through consistent, honest communication. Parents appreciate transparency from daycares and babysitters. And, when caregivers provide transparency, the parents are often more open to communication. It’s a win-win situation. But, how do you build trust in […]

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Social Media Platforms Are Still Breeding Hate

Just over a week ago, eleven people were killed in Pittsburgh while celebrating their faith. The crime was ghastly, and shook millions of U.S. citizens to the core. What would motivate a seemingly sane person to take such destructive action against a peaceful group of people at Saturday services? Hate. Senseless, consuming, catastrophic hate. Hate […]

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Go2s: The Who, What, Why, Where & How

Brunswick, MD: The Right Community for Go2s At the heart of Go2s’ philosophy is a belief in the power of community. We know on a gut level (and the research confirms it) that we feel better as individuals when we feel connected to people, when we have a support network to share the good and […]

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Body Image Blues: The Harm of Constant Scrolling

How much time do you spend each day doing something that will make you like yourself less? It’s sort of a ridiculous question, but it’s worth asking. Another way to phrase it is, how much time do you spend each day on social media? A recent psychology study at the University of South Wales found […]

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THE ANSWER TO ONLINE HARASSMENT IS IN A NAME: YOURS

Online harassment is a significant problem. The Pew Research Center’s Online Harassment 2017  report revealed that 41% of Americans have experienced online harassment and two-thirds (66%) have witnessed online harassment (which the poll defined as a spectrum of behaviors ranging from less severe—offensive name calling, purposeful embarrassment—to more severe behaviors such as physical threats, sustained […]

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