Overcoming Obstacles Digital Library

Posted: July 1, 2021

Overcoming Obstacles is proud to announce the launch of both its online digital library and "My Overcoming Obstacles" curriculum editing platform.

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Evaluation of Overcoming Obstacles by Rutgers University

Posted: May 19, 2021

Rutgers University conducted an evaluation among educators teaching Overcoming Obstacles. The results were overwhelmingly positive, with educators praising how the curriculum engages students, its flexibility and ease of use, how it develops students' social and emotional skills, and more!

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Welcome to the New Overcoming Obstacles Website!

Posted: April 22, 2021

As you may have realized, we recently made big changes to the look of our website. And while most of the changes are visual, there is one very important update that I wanted to highlight: our core curriculum can now be downloaded in its entirety directly from our website for free, without the need to register! That means you can download, print, and share every lesson and every activity from our Elementary, Middle, and High School Curriculum without having to provide any personal information about yourself.

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The Tools to Persevere

Posted: April 15, 2021

As I sit back and listen to the song “We Are the World,” it takes on a very different meaning in our world of social distancing. It takes coping skills to focus on the children as well as ourselves. Hearing someone sneeze can cause nervousness which makes it harder to find laugher in these unpredictable times. Just worrying about the stressful “what ifs” of coronavirus can break your body down.

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Deciding to be Better

Posted: April 1, 2021

As my wife and I sat in the emergency room waiting to be seen, all I could think about was what she was going through—the pain, the discomfort, and the anxiety. And now there were complications.  She was pregnant with our first child and something wasn’t right.  I sat there thinking she’s willing to go through all of this for me and what was I doing for her and for our child that was on his way, and for our future? What kind of husband did I believe she deserved?  What kind of father did I want to be to our kid or kids?

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