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11 Dec: Choose Love At Home Program Launches

 Jesse Lewis Choose Love At Home Program Launches Amidst the 6th Anniversary of the Sandy Hook School Shooting            Newtown, CT (December 11, 2018) The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, a non-profit honoring Sandy Hook victim Jesse Lewis, announced today a new program, Choose Love at Home, providing parents with an online video course in social and emotional intelligence. The program will launch on the sixth anniversary of the Sandy Hook School shooting and is available to…

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14 Nov: End Loneliness by Choosing Love

Choose Love Movement Focuses on Solutions to End Loneliness Loneliness is an epidemic in America with nearly half of all Americans reporting that they feel alone or left out always or sometimes. It is a growing issue among all generations including children, Gen Z and Millennials. In fact, according to a study on loneliness by CIGNA, Gen Z and Millennials had a higher loneliness score than baby boomers. “Loneliness isn’t just a fleeting feeling, leaving us sad for a few…

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10 Jul: The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement Receives Its First State-wide Commitment in New Hampshire

The Choose Love Enrichment Program™ will be Rolled Out Across New Hampshire The Choose Love Enrichment Program™ has been included in the first state-wide school safety plan and will be provided to schools across New Hampshire. After collaborating with Scarlett Lewis, Chief Movement Officer of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has made Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) a priority in the New Hampshire School Safety Preparedness Task Force 2018 Report.                                                                                                 The Choose Love…

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11 Jun: Quick Tips to Start Choosing Love Today

How can you be part of the solution to create safer schools and a more peaceful world?  Ask if your schools have a comprehensive social and emotional learning program. Social and Emotional Learning teaches students how to have healthy and positive relationships, deep and meaningful connections, skills and tools for resilience, how to identify, label, manage and express emotions in a healthy way, responsible decision making and lots more.   If your schools do not have an SEL program, encourage…