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It’s okay to be flawed. In fact, it’s our flaws that make us amazing! That’s the message of Dr. Barbara Lowe, a psychologist, life coach, and somatic experiencing practitioner. Her work inspires hope and teaches women how to fulfill their dreams. Learn more about her message at https://drbarbaralowe.com/.
There is an advantage we can give our kids. Dr. Dale Atkins and Amanda Salzhauer, MSW, say living a compassionate life where kindness is highly valued is the key to our children’s current and future wellbeing. Their new book, The Kindness Advantage: Cultivating Compassionate and Connected Children provides tools for parents to teach their kids… Read More
The practice of martial arts may involve self-defense, but Stan Haehl, Head Instructor at Athens Ki-Aikido says it goes much deeper than that. He says Ki-Aikido can really be seen as a kindness practice! Learn more at http://athens-ki-aikido.net/.
The PEAR Team, home of “Pass the Pear,” wants to create a setting where people can feel comfortable expressing themselves, and make being vulnerable less intimidating. Matthew Roberts, one of the founding members, explains that PEAR stands for Positive Engagement and Response. His team is dedicated to providing positive connections and open communication. Find out… Read More
More than 10 million youth are engaged in a program called Kids for Peace. Jill McManigal is the Co-Founder & Executive Director of Kids for Peace– which is home to The Great Kindness Challenge. The kids involved have accomplished more than 500 million acts of kindness, helped build two schools & peace centers in Kenya… Read More
Dina Pestonji knows that fighting an uphill battle can make you begin to cherish your life., She has used her struggles to help others as a life coach, TEDx Speaker, and the author of Surviving Myself: How An Eating Disorder, A Car Accident And A Stroke Taught Me To Love My Life And Finally Start… Read More
Drew Formsma has learned a lot about generosity his dad, Brad Formsma, author of the award-winning book I Like Giving. At the age of fourteen, Drew started speaking to huge audiences around the world about generosity and how a ripple effect begins. Still in high school, Drew is the author of the new book, Everyday… Read More
Today I’m talking to the amazing, Than Baardson, who is the CEO and co-founder of Unseen, a nonprofit that furthers the fight against human trafficking. Unseen helps nonprofits who are fighting human trafficking, caring for orphans, and ending cycles of poverty get the support they need to keep doing their life-saving work. Learn more about… Read More
Women for Recovery was born in Athens, Ohio thanks to the dedication by women in the community. It became a nonprofit organization in March 2017 with the main goal being to offer residential living in a safe and sober environment to women dedicated to recovery. Day by day, the organization is helping women and creating… Read More
Barb Schmidt, also known as Peaceful Barb on Instagram, founded the non-profit Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life with the intention to teach mindfulness to all her followers. Today, Peaceful Mind Peaceful Life has over six million followers and Peaceful Barb has over 94,000 followers on social media. She also is the author of the internationally bestselling… Read More