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August 2020

Resilience in the Face of Covid-19: What the Data Shows [positiveexperience.org/blog]

Dr. Robert Sege, 7/29/20, positiveexperience.org/blog In times and places when Covid-19 is on the upsurge, most of us worry about our own safety and that of the ones we love. Is it a safe to go to work? It is safe for children to go to school? When will the pandemic and this uncertainty ever stop? At other times, public health restrictions are first in our minds—we can’t gather to celebrate or mourn, we need to wear masks to protect others even if we don’t feel sick ourselves, and every...

Oklahoma Turning Point Conference - 8.25.20

Please join us for this virtual conference of Oklahoma Turning Point. Keynote speaker is Tonier Cain “Healing Neen”, international trauma care expert and trauma survivor. There will also be panel discussions on the following topics: Handle with Care Oklahoma & RESTORE Task Force Tobacco Best Practices & Policy Updates/TSET & Shawnee Blue Zone A Culture of Hope & Community Health Planning Featured panelists include: Oklahoma First Lady Sarah Stitt; Oklahoma Secretary of Human...

Blackmon: Physical Play with Dad Helps Kids Develop Self-Control, Says Study

A University of Cambridge study found that children who played with their fathers from an early age were more skilled at regulating their emotions and behaviors later in life. The University of Cambridge and the LEGO Foundation teamed up together for this study and analyzed close to 40 years of data. The goal of the research was to determine if there were significant differences between the ways that mothers and fathers play with their children. The results and findings were most likely a...

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