Last fall, Steve Kress, who holds a doctorate in environmental education, received a lifetime achievement award from the Natural Resources Council of Maine.
A presidential granddaughter talks building trust in family, politics, society
Anne Roosevelt has found a home in central Maine, enjoying the natural resources while continuing a life based on truth.
Understanding trust from Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap’s perspective
In a world where trust “runs through us like capillaries,” Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap believes it’s important to maintain perspective.
Entrepreneur who weathered Great Recession talks trust, economic resilience amid COVID
After fighting to keep her boat-building business afloat during the Great Recession, Maureen Hassett learned about financial sustainability and bouncing back. Now, she is better equipped to face today’s coronavirus-related economic hardships.
Finding self-love by learning to trust that others will accept you as you are
Owen Logue used to hide his deafness. When he became a champion athlete, he realized it was a source of inner power and began to trust he could be accepted.
Embracing trust in the most basic — yet meaningful — relationships
In an era of growing suspicion and doubt, Ann Rivers dismisses politics in favor of nurturing some of Maine’s most vulnerable wild animals.
Defining how our brains help us trust
The experiences our brains have of the world — from the womb through early childhood — and our interactions with caregivers shape the patterns our minds build to figure out who and what can be trusted.
When trusting yourself is a ‘constant work in progress’
While he’s always confident in his forecasts, longtime Maine meteorologist Russ Murley says learning to trust himself, however, is a constant battle.
Finding peace, contentment — and trust — in the outdoors
A lifetime in the woods and on the waters of Maine has taught Sheri Oldham that peace, contentment and trust comes from the freedom of being outdoors.
Inna Bezborodko immigrated to Maine from Russia with trust
After witnessing the brutality of the Soviet government, this Rockland counselor found trust through a group of Mainers who made her feel at home in America.
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