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How “The Bold Type” Saved Me From My Pandemic Loneliness As A new Mom

How “The Bold Type” Saved Me From My Pandemic Loneliness As A new Mom

By Christine Meade For the past few weeks, I have been binging ‘The Bold Type‘ on Hulu while socially isolating with a strong-gummed newborn attached to one of my porn-star […]

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How Journaling Helped Me Rebuild After Hitting Rock Bottom

How Journaling Helped Me Rebuild After Hitting Rock Bottom

By Sophie Gray, founder of DiveThru Have you ever asked someone to rearrange all their plans so they could drive you from one side of an entire continent to the […]

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Success Stories Of Powerful Women To Inspire Your Journey

Success Stories Of Powerful Women To Inspire Your Journey

By Cheri Jones A quick look throughout history and it’s easy to see that women have had to fight for every right that we enjoy today. In fact, when we […]

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I Became A Financial Planner To Take Back My Power & Help Other Black Women Do The Same

I Became A Financial Planner To Take Back My Power & Help Other Black Women Do The Same

By Jala Eaton Let me start by saying the majority of my life I ignored my money. I spent it. I hid it from myself. I obtained thousands of dollars […]

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How I’m Surviving Covid-19 With A Medically-Fragile Son And A Movie Release

How I’m Surviving Covid-19 With A Medically-Fragile Son And A Movie Release

By Nicole Conn COVID-19 is no joke! With Trump’s anti-Democratic governors’ bullying and spewing incorrect facts, seriously wrong conclusions and trying to place the blame for all the blood on […]

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How End-Of-Life Doulas Are Supporting Seniors And Families During The COVID-19 Pandemic

How End-Of-Life Doulas Are Supporting Seniors And Families During The COVID-19 Pandemic

By Ashley Johnson The word Doula, comes from the Greek term for a female servant, and is often used by people who provide support and comfort to people during pregnancy […]

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A Letter To The Doctor Who Saved My Life But Lost His Own Today…

A Letter To The Doctor Who Saved My Life But Lost His Own Today…

By Emily Bleeker The man who saved my life died today. I’m sure he died without even knowing what he’d done for me. After all, it wasn’t a grand moment […]

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Navigating The Job Search As A Transgender Candidate

Navigating The Job Search As A Transgender Candidate

By Magnolia Potter From start to finish, looking for a job is a stressful endeavor for many Americans. Securing gainful employment can be difficult in the best of times, and […]

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Novel “Beyond The Ghetto Gates” Includes #MeToo Themes In A Story Set During A Defining Period In Modern Jewish History

Novel “Beyond The Ghetto Gates” Includes #MeToo Themes In A Story Set During A Defining Period In Modern Jewish History

By Michelle Cameron In all honesty, I didn’t set out to write a historical novel that included #metoo themes. According to the strict definition of the term – women who […]

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COVID-19 Is Adversely Affecting Black People In America: So What Do We Do?

COVID-19 Is Adversely Affecting Black People In America: So What Do We Do?

By Alicia R. Wallace I remember leaving each day of my graduate public health program with a heavy heart, tight chest, and feelings of hopelessness. I was studying health theory, […]

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A Letter To My Daughters, And To All The Daughters Around The World

A Letter To My Daughters, And To All The Daughters Around The World

By Michaela Massoletti To my daughters, When I look into your big, sparkly blue eyes, I see a light that burns so bright. I am overwhelmed by the lightness that […]

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Stop Telling Me I’m “Too Nice” To Succeed.

Stop Telling Me I’m “Too Nice” To Succeed.

By Paige Sheffield It seems like for every man there is claiming that he’s a “nice guy,” there’s also a woman trying to prove that she’s tough enough to make […]

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Shutting Down The Negative Voice In Your Head

Shutting Down The Negative Voice In Your Head

By Katherine Wintsch “You’re a poor excuse for a strong woman.” Five years ago, I wrote those nine painfully hard-to-read words in my journal when prompted by my therapist to […]

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In The Midst Of An Opioid Crisis, Women Bear A Greater Burden

In The Midst Of An Opioid Crisis, Women Bear A Greater Burden

By Magnolia Potter The impact of the opioid epidemic across society is undeniable: it has destroyed the lives of the rich, poor, urban, rural, men, women, young, and old. There […]

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Iranian-American Musician Ashley Zarah On A Mission For Self-Love And Speaking Her Truth

Iranian-American Musician Ashley Zarah On A Mission For Self-Love And Speaking Her Truth

I’m a first-generation American raised by a family of Iranian-Jewish immigrants who fled from war and religious extremism in 1970s Iran. These are the incredible people who taught me about […]