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Finding Your Authentic Self With Equine-Assisted Learning

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Every human being on Earth possesses certain characteristics that make them who they are. These unique qualities set us apart from one person to the next. Many people associate a quality, such as authenticity simply with just being yourself. However, they don’t quite realize that there is a much deeper meaning to the term. Passionate… Read more »

Horses in Healthcare: Restoring Empathy in Human Resources

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You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view—until you climb into his skin and walk around in it. – To Kill A Mockingbird Harper Lee’s, To Kill A Mockingbird, has been a staple in the curriculum of English classes across the country. Set in the American south, Lee… Read more »

Equine-Assisted Learning: Reducing Stress In Difficult Times

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Stress Storms She made landfall in Wilmington, North Carolina at 6 a.m. on Friday, September 14th. With winds reaching up to 85 miles an hour, she brought with her record amounts of rain and a huge storm surge, flooding coastal communities and inland rivers alike. She landed as a Category 1 Hurricane, turning into a… Read more »

The Act Of Doing: Experiential Learning With Horses

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“Knowledge results from the combination of grasping experience and transforming it” -D.A. Kolb Learning by way of experience is an idea that has existed for many years. Ancient philosopher, Confucius, believed that there are three methods for wisdom: reflection, imitation and experience. Founding father of the United States, Benjamin Franklin, once spoke the words: “Tell me… Read more »

Save A Life By Changing Your Life: Horse Adoption

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If you’ve ever wanted a pet, you probably went to a shelter, pet store, pet rescue, or breeder. You probably knew exactly what you wanted; dog or cat, hamster or bunny. You also probably had a price point in mind, and factored in food and other necessities. It took you a long time, sitting down… Read more »