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Finding words for the unimaginable

When you’re writing to someone after the unimaginable has happened, it’s hard to find words....

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What to do when words aren’t enough

It’s no surprise to most of us that in some circumstances, like when you experience loss, words fall short. 

Yet, while we can see this...

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small talk BIG deal: Tips for Making Small Talk

 

In this video, Megan shares why she loves small talk, why it's such a BIG deal, and her tips for making small talk easy.

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From Actions to Words: Why Actions Speak Louder than Words is not always right

 

In this video, Megan unpacks the meaning of "Actions speak louder than words."

If you or someone you know is going through a hard time that you...

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Issues with Body Image: What if you loved your life story image?

 

As Kirsten discusses the definition of body image, she coins the term "story image" live on camera.

If you or someone you know is going through a...

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What to do when you don't want to go out with friends (but you don't want to be lonely either)

To Go Out or Not To Go Out? That is the question.

Imagine: 

It’s been 4 years since your partner’s been gone. 

For the first...

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The problem with the definition of courage

 

Kirsten, founder of Aging Courageously, redefines what it means to be courageous. 

If you or someone you know is going through a hard time, ...

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Words Can Change Your Life: How to Talk Good

 

When things are going well, we aren’t worried about what we’re saying or how people feel, because things are going well. 

BUT,...

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Just when you thought you were good, you see their name.

I was writing an email last week when my computer autocorrected the greeting to:

Hi Emma.

Say what?

I did a double take.

When I was 7 years old, my...

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