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Don’t Be Afraid To Ask For Help

I am a disabled, so I need to ask others for help on a daily basis, usually to complete tasks that I can't do alone. I also run a community ...
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Why We Need To Cherish Things & Not Take Them For Granted

I founded and ran a small group dedicated to helping others for 10 years and it has ended recently I am beyond proud of the work we have been able ...
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Why I Stopped Refusing to Say No

Sometimes you have to say “no.” That’s something I cherish now “No”vember seems like a good time to celebrate that perfect little word and to embrace it for a little ...
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Stepping Away from something I have Created for the Past Ten Years

I have created change for almost ten years now with a group I founded. We focused on issues within the community and did various fundraisers and food drives. I truly ...
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Half & Half Creamer

Day 1: The urge to pick up a pen. Hello, old friend. The days are spinning again or are they really different and new? A song in my head, the birds ...
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3 Ways To To Find Your Inner Beauty

For a long time, I struggled to find my definition of beauty. For most people, beauty is defined by looks. A lot of people think that they’re ugly because they ...
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Learning To Feel And To Let Go

Today I felt: Content Anxious Happy Insecure Overwhelmed Peaceful Suspicious Lonely Loving Satisfied Annoyed Anticipation Pensiveness Inspired Proud And that's the tip of the iceberg. What I'm learning about emotions ...
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Why Long-Distance Friendships Are The Best You’ll Ever Have

Adulting can feel impossible at times, especially with making and maintaining friendships. However, true friendship knows no distance. In fact, friendship can span time zones or even countries. And although ...
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The Transformation That Changed My Life Forever

Being disabled and in a wheelchair makes me feel cold all the time due to my  lack of mobility, which in turn leads to poor circulation. 5 years ago, I ...
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