The last few days of 70-degree weather have been a blessing and also a reminder that not only is spring on the way but baseball season is upon us.
I have been following the game since 1950 when my Yankees beat the Phillies in the World Series. To me baseball is more than a game. It’s a life time of memories; my grandfather introduced me to the game he loved. He was a Brooklyn Dodger fan and taught me all about the game. He died in February 1955 before he saw his Dodgers win the 55-world series. Today, I have the opportunity to build memories with my grandchildren as we attend the Trenton Thunder games. It’s so much more than baseball. It’s about spending time with them and letting them know how special they are.
Too many children today do not have these special moments of building life time memories.
During the month of March Grace Point will be offering three classes on exploring the world of the developing adolescent. These classes will take place on March 12, 19, and 26 at 9AM in Rooms A1-2.
Some of the topics that we will explore are:
- An Inside Look at the American Teenager
- Adolescent Developmental Influences
- The Impact of Trauma on Adolescent Development
- Factors that Contribute to Good Psychological Health
- Parenting Adolescents
These classes are recommended for the parents of children aged nine and above, teachers, counselors, and anyone else who lives with or works with the adolescent.
You can contact Chuck Arnold (firstname.lastname@example.org) for additional information.