So how long is one year? And how much can we accomplish, grow, and learn in one year? It depends on who’s measuring. This year’s lesson, for me, has been to break the stick that we measure ourselves by.
I would love to introduce you to a couple who met here at CLE and have cultivated their relationship over the past 11 months. They were holding hands throughout the interview and very attentive to each other’s verbalizations.
You’re approaching your child’s transition from high school to adulthood, and I have a guess what you’re feeling.
You may be intimidated about choosing what’s next for your child. Just getting your child through K-12 may have absorbed all your attention until now.
You may find leaving behind familiar supports feels risky, like launching a rowboat on the open sea.
Planning for post-secondary education for students with various disabilities raises complex questions about how to best prepare for next steps, but so much is possible. Stephanie Martin dispels three common myths.
With the advent of dating websites, romantic relationships are possible for many couples who otherwise might find it a challenge. The same holds true for Nico Morales, of Fort Lauderdale. He used a dating website [...]
I set about asking students in Austin what they want in their ideal partner and we got some great qualities listed. Very few students talked about physical traits that they want in a partner, most talk about the personal qualities that they think are important to them in a relationship.