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Diana Award Winner Cora-Laine Supports SafeLine for Abuse Survivors

After enduring a childhood witnessing domestic abuse first-hand, Cora-Laine has been determined to support other young people. Cora-Laine is a 19-year-old studying at University...
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Mini-Model Advocate and Fashionista: Aria

How did you become a darling of New York Fashion Week? Aria: I’ve been attending NYFW since I was one year old. I love fashion...
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Moms Against Racism

The current social environment in the United States has been very tense especially when it comes to the topic of racism. There has been...
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Victim to Overcomer

For some people, life is typical and “normal.” They are raised in a two-parent home and have experiences that all involve being surrounded by...
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Teenage Girl is a Ray of Sunshine for the Mental Health Community

Living on the day to day basis is challenging even in the best of circumstances. When the Global Pandemic known as COVID-19 hit, we...
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For You not To You

Have you ever lost your voice? If you’re like most, you have experienced a bout with laryngitis at one time in your life or...
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Investing Ideas for Women Busy with Business

Investing Ideas for Women Busy with Business If you’re a woman starting up or operating your own business, odds are that personal investment isn’t on...
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The Missing Key to Manifestation

Yes, you have heard all the things about the Law of Attraction, and you may have even used it to a great or lesser effect,...
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Parenting Sober

Parenting is hard. In my opinion, parenting sober is harder. Add twins to the mix, one with significant health issues, and you have my life. By...
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The Truth is Often Stranger than Fiction

Helen has always been a Nurse at heart. She had worked at Pindara Private Hospital on the Gold Coast, since 1992, in the Accident...
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What Does Writing A Book Truly Mean?

You have a wonderful idea, a brand, and a dream to write a book. You are at a time in your life that you...
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When Your Dream Job Is No Longer Big Enough For Your Gift

I remember having the job I wanted since I was 7 years old. This was back in 1993. At the time I worked for...
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Beauty from Ashes

Shalonda and her young daughter stood in the doorway of the empty apartment. Home. A safe home. It was a home that was far from...
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