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Maybe the trick isn’t sticking everything out. The trick is quitting the right thing at the right time. The trick is understanding that saying “No, thank you” to something you’re expected to accept isn’t failure. It’s a whole other level of … Continue reading

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Strength in Power

“I know how to walk into a room and I know my power. Yes, I’m scared and sometimes wondering, what if they don’t listen, what if they don’t understand. Then I go back to my core values,” – Mia Dabney … Continue reading

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Mightier Than All

Lord, I know that You are powerful and greater than any trouble that might come my way. I trust You to carry me through. Never measure God’s unlimited power by your limited expectations.

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Social Workers

One of the hardest yet most vital actions social workers can take is to step back and allow crossover youth, their families, and their communities take the lead in voicing what is best for them, Gilbreath says. “Those closest to … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments of Laughter

Thou shalt laugh at yourself. Don’t take yourself so seriously. Lighten up. Be willing to laugh at yourself. Don’t complain, lament or bemoan your situation when you can laugh at it instead. Thou shalt laugh as often as you want. Bring humor … Continue reading

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