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Unsolicited Kindness

Unsolicited Kindness

We all know that it is going to take more than just the people in the IBD community to bring about awareness for this disease and to raise money for continued research for the cure of IBD. We need those who are not personally affected by this disease to also join in this fight. Presumably, those people are typically … Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday #HAWMC Day 1

Wordless Wednesday #HAWMC Day 1

So, I decided to participate in the WEGO Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge. I thought this might help me get back into writing consistently on my blog. Basically, WEGO gives you 30 writing prompts for each of the 30 days of April. As you can see, I am already seven days behind, but I will try … Continue reading

Featured Blog: ticklestogiggles.blogspot.com

I have been having a hard time writing, so I decided to share blogs or blog posts that I have come across that share a message that rings true with me. One of the most important topics, to me, is character education for children. Children are inherently non-judgemental, kind, and eager to please. Every interaction … Continue reading

Join the MOVEMENT!

Join the MOVEMENT!

I am sure many of you have seen the movie Pay It Forward, or have read the book, of the same name, written by Catherine Ryan Hyde.  It is a story about a young boy who did three good deeds for others in need. In return, all that the child wanted from the receiver, was … Continue reading

Speak Up & Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Speak Up & Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Election time is always a time where I end up sticking my foot in my mouth, and this year has not been any different. I have always been passionate and opinionated about the presidential election, but this year, I have a lot at stake. This president will decide my fate, in a lot of ways. So … Continue reading

Words are POWERFUL

Words are POWERFUL

“Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones, but Words Will Never Hurt Me.” As a child, I remember saying this adage in an attempt to disguise the hurt that I felt, after someone had said something unkind to me. But there is NO truth in this saying. The pain caused by verbal abuse or by verbal insults … Continue reading