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I recently had the pleasure of connecting with a wonderful young woman named Brittany McMillan. I am not sure how many actually know this, but Brittany is the founder of Spirit Day for GLAAD. At such a young age she has created this day that goes viral every single year from celebrities to companies to anybody who wants to join and show their support.
If you are on social media, then you see the impact this day has as many come out and share pictures, videos, and posts all day long.…Continue
We often look for acceptance in all the wrong places. We look for it in strangers, in our friends, with our families, and even with our partners; however, we don’t look for it where it begins…within ourselves. How can you expect others to accept you if you do not even accept yourself? We might think we are in complete acceptance, but I often find there is a great deal of denial hiding that we are unaware of. Of course, I am not saying this applies to everybody or that anybody…Continue
It is a common notion that most people try to make Sunday a family day. It becomes an even more special day when grandma is involved. Who doesn’t love a grandma? Grandma makes things better when we get yelled or blocks a flying shoe at our heads. Grandma sticks up for us when we pretend it is our parents fault and we are an angel until we get in trouble by grandma for not listening and she chases us around the house, but it is ok when grandma does this. It is mostly funny unless you have an…Continue
We so often talk about victims of bullying and bystanders or witnesses; however, we very rarely delve into the life of a bully. Though it might sound odd to some, we must forgive and have compassion in every case. The reason I say this is because no matter what they do, it is usually coming from a place of anger, pain, and hurt. It is rare that a person just develops a personality to be a bully without having problems they are facing alone and quietly. Fear is often an enhancer. Anger can…Continue