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Know Your Worth and Stand in Your Light

“I write for those […] who do not speak, for those who do not have a voice because they are so terrified, because we are taught to respect fear more than ourselves. 

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Self-Help

7 Things to Do When Your Kid Points Out Someone’s Differences

Original post from The Mighty

‘………….  Rachel Garlinghouse

Last year, my husband and I were honored to become godparents for the first time. Our dear friends had just become parents for a seventh time, adopting an African American boy they named Trae. 949 more words

Disability

Day 22: My Worst Habits

Today is day 22 of the blog challenge and we’ve moved on to worse habits.  I think the biggest one for me, and one that I’ve been told about way too much, is how much I apologize in the run of a day.  416 more words

Life

Ben Affleck (Kinda) Apologizes....

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Reports revealed earlier this week that when Ben Affleck appeared last year onHenry Louis Gates‘s Find Your Roots for PBS, the newest Batman actor tried to mask the fact that he’s a descendent of slave owners. 34 more words

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Important To Apologize In The Workplace

Are you feeling the pressure of an apology left unsaid? It can cause some uncomfortable situations, as well as some hurt feelings. If you need to apologize, but can’t quite find the words, you can get a little help from… 199 more words

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Never Too Old

As adults we often take for granted what we have.  We forget that we can loose things by taking them for granted.   Sometimes people take for granted the jobs that they are working, the roof over their heads, the food in their bellies.  690 more words

Mental Health

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“I’m Sorry”

Let me tell you how I feel about apologies. I for one, i’m a stubborn person and I find saying sorry very difficult because I think that 80% i’m right, and in the 20% that I may even consider being at fault – it takes an enormous amount of effort from me to even consider saying sorry out loud. 266 more words

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