A New Curriculum Nov19

A New Curriculum

Visit The Relational Center’s Education site to find out more about our new curriculum to support our “Skills for Engagement” initiative. Our newest project will develop a broad public education vision, bringing support and resources to communities of all kinds to build...

Why don’t we h...

Social Health: Information from Answers.com. For anyone unsure about the phrase “Social Health” this short blurb linked aboveĀ from Answers.com will explain enough. I love this phrase and have started using it on a daily basis since it resonates with my ideas of a holistic...

It Gets Worse Before...

In the spirit of the recent wave of encouraging videos (literally, intending to bestow “courage”) of credible speakers offering a vision of a hopeful future to LGBTQ youth who experience daily torture at the hands of bullies, I would like to make a slightly different remark. In my...

Conference – M...

Join us along with our Conversation Host, Gordon Wheeler, and a team of distinguished international conversation leaders as we gather in Los Angeles, March 18-20, 2011, for an unprecedented conference experience. Visit the conference...

Loneliness Links to ...

John T. Cacioppo’s research looks at the connections between the social and neural mechanisms underlying human behavior. He investigates how societal influences and personal relationships affect cognition and...

RSA Critique of Indi...

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret...

Social Support and R...

Social isolation worsens cardiac arrest effects on heart regulation A new study in mice shows how social support can help minimize some of the worst physical damages to the brain caused by a heart attack.