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Wellbeing and Social Change//

How Education Activist Quratulain Bakhteari Overcame Her Inner Struggles

by Carmen Alvarez Marcos, The Wellbeing Project

Elegy to who I used to be

by Shimoney
Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash

Have we lost the meaning of Christmas?

by Tanya Abdul Jalil

Life changes… what are you waiting for?

by Petra Rakebrandt

How To Avoid US VS THEM In The Workplace

by Dr. Nicole Lipkin

3 Breathing Exercises to Help You Relax and Unwind

by Arianna Hoffman

I Believe In Me When No One Else Will!

by Serenity Inspires
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With these 6 steps you set yourself up for success

by Marjan De Jong

How Elon Musk Powerfully Affects Millennials

by Diana Mae K.
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
Image courtesy of Luis  Pinto.

Why Real Estate Entrepreneur Heidi Burkhart

by Beverly Lim
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5 Ways To Prioritize Your Well-Being After the Election

by Stephanie Fairyington

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