3 Ways to Become Fearless

“I’m afraid.” These are words often heard but ignored. Fear can come from insecurities, but where do insecurities come from? For many people, insecurities come from comparing themselves to others and thinking the others have a better or easier life.

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5 Ways to Become an Ally for LGBTQ Youth

How to be an Ally for LGBTQ Youth

Imagine feeling confused, isolated and not accepted for who you are and who you know you are supposed to be. Now more than ever, it is critical that we support and ally for LGBTQ youth. By being an ally, you

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Free2Luv Presents Tour De Force Anti-Bullying Cirque Performance

TOUR DE FORCE Anti-Bullying Cirque Performance

Free2Luv® in association with the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District and Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center is excited to share the huge success of TOUR DE FORCE, a bullying and suicide prevention cirque production we brought to Vegas. What

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Truth Through Artistic Expression

Funds for the arts have been cut over 80% in U.S. public schools and at-risk youth are most affected. In addition, low self-esteem in youth is at an all-time low. Art is a universal language that enables us to be

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Musicians for Mental Health: Sean Martin

PTSD and Mental Health

I’m Sean Martin – guitarist, vocalist, audio producer, writer, former Airborne Infantryman, and PTSD survivor. Growing up, I played basketball and soccer in school, but I also had several artistic endeavors, including musician, playwright, and actor. I enjoyed singing in

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Gen Z and Mental Health

Gen Z and Mental Health

I am Gen Z and I’m stressed out. It’s a fact that older generations tend to lump anyone younger than them as millennials. But I’m here to tell you that this is wrong. Gen Z is totally different than millennials,

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Cyberbullying Became My Addiction: An Insider's Perspective

Cyberbullying Became My Addiction

Cyberbullying. We know it happens. Nobody is immune from potentially being targeted by someone’s cyberbullying behavior. Nearly half the population of young people have been cyberbullied, but young and older adults have also felt the devastating effects of being cyberbullied.

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Bullying: Lasting Effects

Bullying: Long-Lasting Effects

If you’re reading this, the chances are that you know effects of bullying and what it feels like to be hurt or disappointed. If that’s you, hopefully, my experience will encourage you to share yours, if you haven’t already. Sharing

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UNSTOPPABLE Women Empowerment Film

What happens when 50 diverse, powerful women come together to share their hopes, dreams, imperfections, resilience and unapologetic perfect selves? UNSTOPPABLE Women empowerment Film We are collectively stronger when we embrace our uniqueness and diversity. Here’s to all of the

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Depression: It Can Affect Anyone

Depression: It Can Affect Anyone

I’ve struggled with depression ever since I was a kid. I remember feeling like I never fit in, that I was drastically different than those around me, and that it wasn’t as easy for me to be happy as it

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‘Digital YOU’: Unearth Your Authenticity

Being an entrepreneur is rewarding in so many ways. Starting Reach Personal Branding back in 2001 and more recently CareerBlast.TV (with the amazing Ora Shtull) have been two of the things I’m most proud of. It’s a 24×7 pride. When I was working for

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Come To Me: The Power of Love

Country Music Artist Ddendyl Hoyt’s ‘Path to Love’ Hi, my name is Ddendyl Hoyt, and I am a Country and Blues Music Recording Artist. I’ve been a musician for as long as I can remember, and my career was the

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