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Journal 7
My results were that I scored at a 55 on the good listener scale, I am not surprised because I do try to be an effective listener especially when it comes to others telling me important things. I plan to improve my listening skills by not tuning out when difficult topics arise and make it ... Continue reading →
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My name is Kacy Lloyd and welcome to my personal identity development portfolio! I am currently in the Counselor Education Program at Longwood University focusing on the mental health track. Feel free to browse around my page and reach out to me if there are any questions. Thank you!
Journal #3
I scored highly in family and social values as well as community and spiritual values, I am not surprised because these are things that are very important to me, I want to achieve more success in the area of financial and physical, I wish I put more effort into these because I feel as though ... Continue reading →
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Civil War History of Sevilla - James
The beginnings of a renaissance in Sevilla was triggered by the Ibero-AmericanExposition of 1929. This exposition occurred on May 9, 1929 and ended June 21, 1930 showcasing the similarities held between Spain, Latin America, the United States, Portugal and Brazil. The goal was to improve relations between the attending countries. The Ibero-american Exposition coincided with ... Continue reading →
Put A Ring On It: A Longwood class ring makes a great gift!
If you’re thinking about what to give your Lancer this holiday season, you might want to consider a Longwood class ring. In addition to being a lasting memento of one of the most pivotal times of their lives, a class ring gives your junior or senior Lancer—as well as their invited guests—the opportunity to participate ... Continue reading →
Cuisine in Madrid
The city’s culinary history began when King Felipe ll established Madrid as the capital of Spain which attracted a major population influx from many people around all parts of the Spanish Empire. Trade thrived across the Atlantic between Spain and America and Madrid was able to enjoy a culture golden age between the 16th and 17th centuries. ... Continue reading →
Madrid's Art Walk
 By taking a short walk through Madrid’s golden triangle of art you can see works by some of history’s greatest artists within the span of about one kilometer. The Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Reina Sofía are all located within close proximity to one another along the Paseo del Prado and are must-see historic sites ... Continue reading →