The ‘Signs’ of Cancer

The ‘Signs’ of Cancer

By Kristin Seyfried Cathcart “Wow. Your cancer is in Uranus.” A few months ago, I was at a block party, where I heard these words said to my best friend’s husband, who I will refer to as Panda. I want you to say the words out loud. It sounds different than it reads,...
Suicide Prevention: Hope Saves Lives

Suicide Prevention: Hope Saves Lives

By Kyra Augustus When I was asked to write this blog about suicide prevention, I was elated. Suicide prevention and advocacy work is my passion, and I was excited to share that with everyone. But as I sit here, I’m struggling with articulating it correctly. I...
A Journey to the Channel

A Journey to the Channel

My career in sales came about quite by accident after I decided not to pursue my lifelong dream of going to law school. Sales paid the bills, but I wasn’t sure it was for me. After more than 10 years of business-to-consumer sales, I was unenthused and wiped out....
Why Make Joyful Movement Part of Your Fitness Plan?

Why Make Joyful Movement Part of Your Fitness Plan?

By Su Beler I’ve always loved to work out like a beast! I would sleep five, maybe six hours a night, and lived on 1,200 calories a day. If I didn’t leave a workout feeling physically exhausted, it felt like a waste of time. This lifestyle worked for me for...
Pride Goes Both Ways

Pride Goes Both Ways

By Bridget Kang I think I knew my kid was gay when she was five. As a toddler, Lexi never played with “girl” toys. She didn’t want dolls or kitchen toys. She just never had any interest, and that’s fine. She had plenty to do and play with. She liked playing in big...
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