This week during the regular meeting, Eliot REACT members played a game to learn about comfort zones.  The discussion focused on how something might be very uncomfortable for one person, but very easy for another.  Students were asked to respond by moving to places within the roped areas to indicate how comfortable (or not) they were with topics such as: Read More

  teeth brushing, skate boarding, petting an animal, holding a snake, talking to peers about substance use, and talking with trusted adults about substance use or issues with friends.  The conversation was very meaningful and respectful, and everyone agreed that it was essential to tolerate each other’s comfort zones!