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Walking Mindfully: An Exercise in Curiosity

Walking Mindfully: An Exercise in Curiosity

Mindfulness can be a great exercise in increasing our self-awareness while also strengthening our relationship with ourselves. When you hear the term, Mindfulness, you may automatically picture a person sitting on the floor with their eyes closed meditating. While...

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Guide to Disability Language for Better Inclusivity

Guide to Disability Language for Better Inclusivity

We are all familiar with the saying "language is power," and how we communicate about people with disabilities shapes how society sees those of us who are disabled. Our words can create an inclusive or exclusive environment, and ultimately, whether a person with a...

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Celebrating Disability Pride Month

Celebrating Disability Pride Month

July is Disability Pride Month, a time to celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This important civil rights legislation was signed into law by President George H.W. Bush in 1990. It prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in all areas...

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How to Stop Doom-Scrolling and Start Healing

How to Stop Doom-Scrolling and Start Healing

My heart is sickened with the trauma being experienced by the people of Ukraine. I think of all the innocent victims of war. I think of parents of young men only a few months older than my youngest son. These parents are not planning their son’s graduation party like...

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