10 Must-Have Agriculture Apps That Will Make You More Efficient In 2016
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What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother
From joy and attachment to anxiety and protectiveness, mothering behavior begins with biochemical reactions.
10 Thrift Store Shopping Secrets You Should Know
So, today we're going to talk about my favorite thing: thrift stores. As you know, I consider myself a true patron of the thrift, a master...
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Black organizers claimed our rightful place at the front of the progressive movement.
Ann Curry learns a family secret on the PBS series, 'Finding Your Roots'
Journalist Ann Curry, who graduated from the University of Oregon, makes a dramatic discovery on "Finding Your Roots."
Davich: Former foster kid to others: 'It's only temporary'
Former foster child creates duffel bag project to give hope to other foster kids.
5 Powerful Self-Care Tips for Abuse and Trauma Survivors
by Shahida Arabi, originally posted on Self-Care Haven Being a trauma survivor is a challenging journey, but it is also an empowering one. Trauma acts as the catalyst for us to learn how to better engage in self-care and introduces us to endless modalities for healing and expressing ourselves, enabling us to channel our crisis into our transformation. Most importantly, it gives us access to connect with other survivors who have been where we are. It is in these validating communities that we tend to find the most healing, even outside of the therapy space. Here are some tips I’ve lived by that can benefit the healing journey of those who have been through trauma and abuse 1. Positive affirmations In order to reprogram our subconscious mind, which has undoubtedly been affected by…
The 10 Most Beautiful Public Art Shows Hitting New York This Spring
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Kansas youngsters ages 2 to 11 are looking for a family who will keep them together. Viral response clogs AdoptKSKids website in what organizer calls a “great crisis to have.”