Nursing Students Lead the Way to Healthy Relationships
Under the supervision of Karen Singleton, a group of University of Louisville nursing students conducted a Healthy Relationship workshop for the benefit of the women in our Sober Living Program at the mission’s Hotel Louisville. God made us social beings; we were created for community, unfortunately, many people do not understand the dynamics of strong, healthy relationships. Keys to healthy relationships include mutual respect, conflict resolution, communication skills, respecting the privacy of others, and mutual support. Unhealthy relationships can lead to depression, physical violence, divorce, and abandonment. We are grateful to these amazing nursing students for leading our recovery women through the ins and outs of building and maintaining healthy relationships.
"I recently stayed at Hotel Louisville and was very impressed. The first thing I noticed was ample, convenient parking. Then, upon entering the hotel, I was greeted by a friendly, helpful staff. It was refreshing to see such efficient, pleasant workers. My room was very clean and restful. The bed was one of the most comfortable ones that I have ever slept on in a hotel. The food was delicious. As a matter of fact, it was so good that I ate all my meals there during my 5-day stay in Louisville. The prices were very reasonable—a real bargain! I have already recommended Hotel Louisville to several of my friends, and I will definitely stay there again when my travels take me back there. " Lisa B Tulsa OK
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