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Jessica calls and asks about understanding how to relate to her husband and his midlife crisis. And Tootin Hills Project Outreach video. We discuss ways workplace behavior undermines engagement and often devalues employees. Lisa wants her back pay and Warren feels better now that he is We feature a guest speaker about "No Labels". A story of friendship, acceptance, and forgiveness. Still concerned about relationships that are eroding due to the election results, consider a New Year resolution to work at hard at civility, especially with people Today's show is all about your 'Best Boss Ever'.
Hear from lots of folks about what it is a boss did for them that made them feel special, valued, and respected. This Simsbury School News looks at next year's school budget and the impact of possible major reductions in state funding on the schools and taxpayers. In this Did you know that Simsbury has more than acres of Open Space?
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Different politics, races, religions, ethnicities made no difference Steven Mitchell sits down with Adina Gianelli, Exec. State Senator Kevin What makes relationships work over time? I celebrated my own anniversary this day and talked about the special relationship my wife Barbara and I have had for This month Simsbury School News focuses school special education services with Asst. This week's show had Mary who called asking how to work better with her boss and Dennis who called about trying to save a relationship.
Both of them got the Today's Show involved two callers dealing with anxiety issues. One caller who feared speaking in public and another who had devastating injuries and is trying Interested in keeping your relationships intact with those who voted differently? Learn why Donald Trump supporters need to refrain from celebrating, gloating, A program presented at the Brown Barn of light opera, classics and musical theater by the Hartford Opera Theater Group. Today's show was all about how to listen and talk with each other when we disagree about politics and candidates. Two talkers call in and share their Today's show features a focused description of the Emotion Roadmap, a discussion with a caller trying unsuccessfully so far to blend his family of children and We welcomed four callers to the show today Today's show we discussed diversity and how unconscious bias can influence hiring decisions.
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He and I discuss being more supportive and less A film of a safari to Tanzania and a bit of Kenya starring the wildlife, camp-life and the awesome scenery of the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Mount The show is about emotional resilience. We explore with three callers why they are able to handle adversity in a positive way. In part each caller talks about how Like learning disabilities, there are emotional disabilities.
Sometimes when we see someone say or do something that we know is just wrong, and we wonder Beenish Orr. This Talk of Simsbury looks at the rebirth of the Simsbury Grange and the role it plays in the Simsbury community.
Includes Mary Doyle-Clark, Dr. This Simsbury View offers a complete look at the upcoming summer series concerts and special events at the Simsbury Meadows Performing Arts Center. The Talk of Simsbury preview of this year's concerts with In this Simsbury School News you will meet two Simsbury elementary school students who were selected to participate in the first ever National Invention Take the Wheel and Control How You Feel: Today's calls were about helping a young man turn around his negative feelings and a dad helping his daughter Margaret M.
Mary's Church Simsbury, CT. This edition of the Talk of Simsbury looks at the Tesla and why techies love them, but car buffs and dealers are less enthusiastic. The show includes some general comments regarding the treatment of people who serve you. It talks some about the power of vision and mission statements in Rich is dealing with passive aggressive behavior at work and Kathy is dealing with dysfunctional relatives of her husband.
The Emotion Roadmap, applied to both situations, helps them come up with effective strategies for moving forward. Guest Speaker, Maureen Hollis Guiding Eyes is a nonprofit organization that provides superbly bred and trained guide dogs for men and women who are blind or visually impaired. The dogs that are unsuited for guide work may be used as service dogs for children on the autism spectrum. These dogs are offered free of charge to those who need them. Guiding Eyes For The Blind relies upon contributions to fulfill its mission.
For more information on the program, how to become a volunteer or make a donation www. Held at the Simsbury Cemetery on December 12, A Financial Education Series with speaker Hon. Linda Johnson and Janet Calabro talk about what's different this year. When Money Magazine named us one of the top ten small cities in the nation in August, it was the Talk of Simsbury.
This show explores the impact of that designation on town real estate, tourism and economic development. Learn more about him, his first impressions and what his goals are for his first year.
This Talk of Simsbury is all about Simsbury Community TV — with a focus on new developments at the station, an upcoming alumni film festival, and an overview of the latest SCTV programs plus how you can do your own program. A half-hour talk-umentary illustrating the significance of the West Simsbury Grange in the history of the area; it's current role and what the future holds for the venue and the organization behind it.
Superintendent of Schools Matt Curtis and Asst. Have you wondered how and why bikes became so important to the town?
And what is the East Coast Greenway anyway? This Simsbury School News looks at the wide array of summer programs planned at Simsbury schools from the musical theater, visual and fashion arts to the Lyme disease is the fastest growing infectious disease on the planet. Lyme disease is curable if treated in the early stage of the illness. Without early detection Friends of the Simsbury Library present: Night of 1, Stars Local "Stars" share a favorite piece of literature.
Officer Mark Rudewicz and Dog Trainer Karen Moulton offer advice on keeping your dog safe, and what to do if your dog is missing.
Former Simsbury First Selectman Mary Glassman recently sat down with Dominique Avery for a discussion ranging from her new job to her accidental entry into politics. Collections Search Results. Museum Collections 0 All Smithsonian Collections American Indian Photographs, color reproductions, and other items by various commercial photographers and publishing companies ca. James E.
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