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Here’s How Harvard Researchers Know Within 5 Minutes if Someone Is Exceptionally Likable

by Jeff Haden

Gracious Celebration

by Terah Tidy

Rules Rules Rules

by Mariella Stockmal

I Believe In Me When No One Else Will!

by Serenity Inspires

Home accessories for the disabled to make their life at home easier

by Ankit S.Maharishi

You have ONE Life to Choose Individuality Over Conformity

by Mila DeChant

How to Feel Better While Dating

by Jori Adler
BEVERLY HILLS, CA. Nov. 14, 2018. The Bitter Game, based on playwright/actor Keith A. Wallace’s youth in Philadelphia, this multi-character performance tackles issues ranging from police violence, coping with Trauma, and the value of Black Lives. This traveling theater experience takes place outdoor on The Wallis Promenade Terrace at THE WALLIS ANNENBERG CENTER FOR THE PERFOMING ARTS. (Photo Credit: Lawrence K. Ho)

Art That Makes Us Thrive, “The Bitter Game”

by MeMe Kelly

Dr. Michael Hart, Medical Director of Readytogo Clinic in London, Ontario, Describes the Ancient Stoic Way to Deal with Frustrating People

by Paul Johnson
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Want to Change Society’s Views?

by Futurism
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I'm a College Student and I'm Not Defined By My Mental Health Struggle

by Anonymous
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Helping Disconnected Youth Connect to the Jobs Market

by Joyce Maroney

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