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Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Jessica B. ·
This new podcast, “Practicing Connection in a Complex World,” was created to help you explore and adopt relationship-building practices that will help you, your family, and your community improve your resilience in a rapidly changing world.
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Re: Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
I love this approach. Another podcast that's taking a really collaborative approach is Water Talk out of University of California Ag & Natural Resources. They're using the recording sessions to create community and a sense of audience (this happens mid-week), and then dropping the actual podcast on Friday. It's been an incredibly inclusive process: the team publicizes the recording on social media, including Twitter, and then shares the Zoom link via email. Again: so looking forward to...
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Re: Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Jessica B. ·
Thanks @Rose Hayden-Smith - the mini-episode gives an overview of our intentions, and as a teaser episode 2 will discuss collaboration 🙂 Feedback is very welcome - we are taking a learning, growing, and collaborative approach and hope to eventually grow a community of people that will hopefully see themselves as co-creators of this podcast. 🙂
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Re: Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
Thanks for sharing this! I am so looking forward to listening in!
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Re: Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Jessica B. ·
What a great idea! I will look it up - their process sounds right up our alley - thanks for sharing!
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Re: Practicing Connection in a Complex World podcast launches July 1!

Aaron Weibe ·
Thank you for sharing! I look forward to checking it out!
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GET MORE GRATITUDE!

Karl Bradley ·
What is gratitude ? It's a sense of wonder, thankfulness & appreciation for life . Gratitude helps increase optimism for life. It promotes positive thinking. It helps us cope with daily stress & traumatic events. Appreciating things in our life and focusing on the positive can help us move forward with purpose. Gratitude can also strengthen our relationships. People who feel gratitude towards others feel closer to them and report overall better relationships, even if they don't...
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Re: GET MORE GRATITUDE!

Debra Sweeten ·
This post included some questions to assist with reflection on gratitude. I've never seen these type of questions before in any of the multitude of articles on gratitude that I've seen over the years. I shared this on facebook. I copied it into my calendar, as a recurring appointment each Monday morning, so I can purposefully reflect on gratitude each week throughout the end of the year.
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Re: GET MORE GRATITUDE!

Karl Bradley ·
Thanks @Debra Sweeten , so glad you enjoyed the post & found some personal value!
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Re: Healthy Moms, Happy Babies Curriculum: Virtually Supporting Clients Experiencing Domestic Violence

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Changing Relationships in Caregiving

Aaron Weibe ·
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Changing Relationships in Caregiving

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Re: Speak Clearly, Listen Carefully

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Eldercare Services and Professionals: How to Maneuver Through the Maze

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Plugged-In & Left Out: Creating Meaningful & Engaging Virtual Connections with Individuals with Disabilities

Aaron Weibe ·
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Good Soil!

Karl Bradley ·
The people we surround ourselves with are more valuable than words can often express. Recently, an old friend popped into my mind so I reached out to catch up. He was amazing, generous & supportive as always. We spoke about many things but the most prevalent & surprising was workplace culture. He spent some 27 years in the newspaper business only to be unceremoniously let go in the name of “progress”. Their loss was another’s gain. His one-of-a-kind voice & magnetic temperament...
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Re: Healthy Moms, Happy Babies Curriculum: Virtually Supporting Clients Experiencing Domestic Violence

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Healthy Relationships Matter for Military Families

Hannah Hyde ·
Healthy relationship skills can make a big difference for the strength and resilience of military families. Military Family Service Providers and Extension Educators are a unique position to be able to provide research-based skills for couples and co-parents that will help them strengthen their relationships. Learn about an upcoming 5-part webinar series that will provide you with information, tools, and resources to help military families nurture and maintain a healthy relationship.
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Re: Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence in Research and the Law

Aaron Weibe ·
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Supporting Military Couples

Anita Harris Hering ·
Webinar series November 2021- May 2022 Military couples and families experience unique challenges with frequent relocation, deployment, and reintegration. Strong military couple relationships require an investment of time and effort and are vital in maintaining mission and family readiness. This webinar series shares research on the impact of military life on families, as well as tools and resources for service professionals to assist military couples and families in strengthening...
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Re: The Relationship Checkup: Support for Military Couples

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Millennium Cohort Family Study: The Impact of Military Life

Aaron Weibe ·
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Relationship Challenges and Counseling for Military Couples

Jason M Jowers ·
Military couples are very resilient and roll with the changes. They face many challenges that civilian couples rarely deal with, like multiple moves, deployments, and various other transitions. Challenges might also take the form of physical injury or invisible wounds of war, like traumatic brain injury, and PTSD. Sometimes spouses and children must take on caregiver roles as well. Even though there are similar issues that many military couples face, every relationship is different. And many...
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New Leadership Skillsets

Karl Bradley ·
The last two years have been filled with despair, uncertainty, frustration and feelings of exhaustion. We are now entering the third year of a global pandemic. Since the world shut down, everything is in a different context now. Leadership feels different. The way we used to lead isn't how we do things anymore. We've had to develop new skills, utilize new tools for communication to create an environment where trust can thrive. In adapting to this dynamic new environment, we carry our...
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Soni Cochran ·
Thank you for sharing this - integrity and courage. 👍 "In adapting to this dynamic new environment, we carry our personal examples of leadership with us. In these examples leaders don't lie, steal or cheat. They have courage to care for others despite the cost to themselves. Great leaders can allow people to fail but won't allow anyone to feel like a failure. These all remain true."
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Time for a Relationship Checkup!

Anita Harris Hering ·
by Karen Shirer, Ph.D. Each year we plan to visit our health care provider and dentist for annual checkups in order to catch problems before they become major health issues. As an Extension educator, you often encourage your participants to get preventative health checkups and screenings for health concerns. But how often do we or our participants do a check-up of our intimate relationship health? The Relationship Checkup: Support for Military Couples , a recent webinar by the Military...
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Re: Military Children's Family Relationships

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Happy Hacks for More Positivity and Improved Well-Being

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: The Relationship Changes of Military Couples During Reintegration

Aaron Weibe ·
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An Important Tool for Strengthening Couples’ Relationships in the Wake of COVID-19

Anita Harris Hering ·
by Karen Shirer, Ph.D. In Brief Relationship education (RE) for individuals, couples and families can provide critical support in recovering relationship health after disruptive events like the COVID-19 pandemic. A new podcast series on RE focuses on three important RE programs and resources — the NERMEM , Healthy Relationship and Marriage Training and Elevate for Couples . Dr. Ted Futris shares examples for applying the model’s components to your work with individuals and families in...
 

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