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There are days when you just want to crawl under your desk and hide in the fetal position. I felt like that this morning

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Words of Wisdom on Divorce

03Nov

The other day I came across my journals from when I was going through my divorce. It was a very sad, contentious, stressful and emotionally taxing time as evidenced by the words I read on those pages. I remembered some, but not all, that I had written seven years before.

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20/2 Clarity: Joe Brotherton Dreams of a World Where Everyone has a Voice Doe Bay Resort & Retreat. Photo (c) Casey Sjogren Music…

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Have you ever really thought about how terms take on new meaning over time? When I was a kid, the word “sick” actually meant sick

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MOSS Ep.21

02Nov

Updated on every Monday Ep.19 Ep.20 See More Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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Tips for Getting an International Visa

02Nov

Justin Vidamo / Flickr Dealing with the paperwork and procedures of procuring an international visa may not be the most exciting part of traveling overseas, but it’s certainly an important step in the trip-planning process. Getting a visa can be complicated, laborious and stressful, but not impossible with proper planning. If you want to go to a place where a visa is required for entry (think: Russia, China and Kenya), read these tips to make the experience as painless as possible.

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5 Foolproof Muffins to Kick Off Baking Season

01Nov

Break out the apron (and the jeggings): baking season is upon us! You don’t even need to be a “baker” to whip up these easy fall muffins. The recipes have all been fine tuned in my kitchen, so they come out perfect for you every time

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Sound Effects

01Nov

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The Strength In Letting Go

01Nov

I remember when I was still in it. I sat quietly on the couch

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This year’s third Awards dinner honored four people for their remarkable work in films. The emotional tribute was to the real heroes of the film Argo – Tony Mendez and his wife, Jonna, as well as Canadian Ambassador Ken Taylor. Sadly, the Ambassador had planned to attend the award ceremony, but died earlier this month and his funeral was held the day before the event

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After the most recent GOP Presidential whatever-you-want-to-call-it, some of you looking desperately for a Republican who seems, well, not kooky may have cast your gaze toward Ohio Governor John Kasich. He’s low-key, he’s intelligent, his eyes don’t rotate in different directions when he campaigns, and hey! he’s from Ohio, home of presidents, even if you can’t quite remember which

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I recently entered my 29th year of practice in the field of emotional health. Through the decades, I’ve seen a number of things change–hairstyles, clothing trends, music, cars, technology, and communication preferences

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Halloween at Vizcaya’s annual Sundowner

31Oct

After all these years, I finally made it to the Vizcaya Sundowners Halloween Ball. The 29th annual event, to raise money for the upkeep of Vizcaya was held Friday night. “Vizcaya engages the community and its visitors in learning through the arts, history and the environment

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It boggles the mind that the White House, in announcing the deployment of more Special Operations to Syria, still insists on saying that they won’t have a “combat mission.” They will tell you that sending Special Operations to advise, train, and assist means troops will behind the front lines, and thus, won’t be heading over with orders to join battles. I was an adviser in Iraq, in 2011, and I can tell you, they’re likely to face combat, whether that’s their mission, or not

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There’s a chance to score a climate victory next week on the super-pollutants called hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs – one that would give a boost to the Paris climate summit next month. I am in Dubai for the annual meeting of the Montreal Protocol, the treaty that saved the ozone layer. This is the last important international meeting before world leaders gather at the Paris climate summit.

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Please listen: I need to tell you a story. The story of a 5-year-old boy who was attacked at his own school. A story where violence, aggression, and viciousness lurked through the halls of a place that is supposed to be safe

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We were dealing with Aeschylus’s view of how one might reconcile the goodness of God with the fact that so many good people suffer, as do children and infants, and yet so many bad people prosper. Why was the natural world created in such a way that animals suffer? Why is nature so cruel if it comes from God’s hand?

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I’ve never been to summer camp. Always wanted to. In my 14-year-old fantasies, it was a place you sat on a dock at dusk with the best friend you wish you had at home, telling her your deepest and darkest until a sporty, pony-tailed counselor dragged you kicking and screaming back to your bunk

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Suck It Up For The Kids

29Oct

I observe how well my friend and his ex-wife co-parent. They are respectful, communicate and even share their family dog together.

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With only one year to go before the next presidential election, President Obama has begun to focus more intently on his legacy. As such, for much of this year, he has emphasized his belief that climate change is an existential threat that must be addressed through clean energy. If that’s the case, he must explain his decision to gut the Renewable Fuel Standard and hand Big Oil a decisive political victory.

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When Stroke Happens… at Age 27

29Oct

Ever wonder what it’s like to experience a stroke? Avid runner Emily Welbourn blogs about the day she had a stroke while running a race.

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7 Days to Simpler Living

28Oct

Life can be complicated, confusing and chaotic, but it doesn’t have to be. I live my life simply. I collect what I need and discard what I don’t

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. For the past 18 years, my organization, the Violence Policy Center , has published an annual study on the most horrifying aspect of domestic violence: women who are murdered by men.

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Only in a world where Cosmopolitan magazine can declare the Kardashians “America’s First Family” and the multi-billionaire loose cannon Donald Trump is perceived by millions as the potential steward of our nuclear arsenal could about-to-be Speaker of the House Paul Ryan be savaged as insufficiently right-wing. This is after all a man who made his bones in Congress and the Republican Party as an Ayn Rand-spouting, body building budget-buster slashing away at the body politic like a mad vivisectionist, as well as an anti-choice, pro-gun zealot who never met a government program he liked (except the military, whose swollen budget he would increase until we are all left naked living in a national security state).

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TRIBE X – Ep.6

28Oct

Updated on every Wednesday Ep.4 Ep.5 See More Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms.

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AMANZA – Ep.19

28Oct

Updated on every Wednesday Ep.17 Ep.18 See More Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms

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The Internet is rife with articles about how blogging is revolutionizing the world. This is a good one — “How blogs changed everything” by Scott Rosenberg.

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How to Practice Yoga, Part I

27Oct

by guest blogger Holly Walck Kostura, certified Iyengar Yoga teacher “Alignment is enlightenment.” –B.K.S. Iyengar For more than 10 years now, I have been teaching Iyengar yoga, the method of hatha yoga developed by world-renowned yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar

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The Universality of Gender Fluidity

26Oct

I have worked with many people developing an understanding of their sexual orientation, and just as many having a similar process in coming to terms with their gender identity.

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Dustin Lance Black is an Academy Award-winning multi-hyphenate whose accomplished resume includes screenwriting ( Milk , J. Edgar , 8 , Big Love ), directing and producing. While he stands out for his success in the entertainment industry, his lifelong dedication to the LGBT civil rights movement makes him something truly unique: a creative professional who doesn’t just use his platform for activism

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CAT AND DOG–Ep.5

26Oct

Updated on every Monday Ep.3 Ep.3 See More Copyright ⓒ 2015 RollingStory Inc. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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Adding a backdrop behind the spot where you’ll exchange your vows helps draw all of your guests’ eyes front and center. Here, get inspired by 20 of our favorite ideas. More from Bridal Guide : These Risqué Wedding Gowns Will Make You Blush 100 Beautiful Outdoor Wedding Ceremonies 25 Ways to Transform Your Wedding with Lighting The Truth About Wedding-Night Sex 100 Sentimental Wedding Ideas You’ll Love By Kristen Klein for Bridal Guide — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms

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Trauma is startling. It picks you up, shakes you senseless, and plops you down facing a completely different direction. Having recently hopped off of this merry-go-round, now it’s up to you to figure out how the hell to reconnect with self and create a new normal

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While Iran’s nuclear deal continues to hold the spotlight, two other critical issues demand much more attention than they are receiving.

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YWCA Nashville Trains Men to End DV

24Oct

The YWCA of Nashville & Middle Tennessee is on a mission to make Nashville the safest city in the nation for women and children.

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Why I Question My Marriage Regularly

23Oct

I question my marriage all the time. When my husband and I get into a fight because he’s so stubborn it pisses me off to the point of throwing things of across the room, I ask myself if it’s possible for us to peacefully coexist. When I feel disappointed because he doesn’t spoil me with presents or capitulate to all my demands, I ask myself if he is really capable of giving me everything that I need

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This week’s “Chicken Soup For The Soul” moment brings you one very dedicated mom. Twenty years ago, Vivian Greaves walked down the alley to the Covenant House with no place else to turn for help. Recently she slept in that same alley – this time with over 100 other moms in support of homeless youth.

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By Zahra Barnes for Life by DailyBurn The best way to set your day up — and give yourself the energy to power through it — is to have a healthy breakfast . “Breakfast is like putting gas in your car before you go on a long trip,” says Abby Langer, RD. And in an ideal world, you’d have enough time to whip up a gourmet meal every day.

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In mezzo alle continue incursioni aeree e durante il massacro di Siriani innocenti di cui siamo tutti testimoni, la recente distruzione dell’Arco di Trionfo a Palmira in Siria da parte dei militanti dello Stato Islamico non ha semplicemente ridotto in macerie un altro monumento della storia romana.

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The Best Community Colleges of 2015

22Oct

As the cost of attending a four year college or university continues to grow throughout the country, community colleges have assumed an increasingly important role in our higher education system. Tuition and fees at community colleges are one third those at public four year colleges and universities, on average.

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Other than Hillary and Bernie, who are some viable Democratic Party candidates? originally appeared on Quora : The best answer to any question . Answer by Jaylin Pringle , High School Student, on Quora

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theSkimm’s Guide to the Benghazi Attacks

22Oct

THE STORY There’s a reason you’ve been hearing a lot about the 2012 Benghazi attacks lately. REMIND ME WHAT HAPPENED

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By James M. Dorsey As Egyptian general-turned-president Abdel Fattah Al Sisi struggled this week to get Egyptians to cast their vote in parliamentary elections, militant soccer fans put widespread youth disillusionment with the president’s autocratic rule on public display

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What’s the Big Deal With Data?

21Oct

Plenty, according to new report from BSA | The Software Alliance We are generating more data today than ever before – and it’s improving everything from healthcare and auto safety to education and air travel. More than 90 percent of the world’s data was created in the last two years, and we now are doubling the amount of data created every two years.

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Geneva’s Impact on Food

21Oct

Let’s take a moment to ‘digest’ the fact that every year…. 1.3 billion tonnes of food go to waste; Close to one billion people go undernourished; Another 800 million people go hungry; The 300 million tonnes of food fit for consumption that are wasted in industrialised countries alone could feed all of those going to bed hungry. This year’s World Food Day was particularly relevant because it added to the global momentum on sustainability.

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Beliefs of a Progressive Judaism

21Oct

An Orthodox Jewish friend asked me, with some real perplexity in her voice, why I wasn’t Orthodox. “You love Torah study.

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The Four Hs of SendGrid

20Oct

According to Google Ngram , there has been a surge in the use of the words happy, honest, hungry and humble after a steady decline over the last century. The popularity of these adjectives may be a reflection of societal values

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‘Host,’ A Conversation with Robin Cook

20Oct

Photo: John Earle Robin Cook is a man of many talents. His first novel, The Year of the Intern , was written while he was serving in the Navy on board a nuclear submarine. Coma was written at night while he was an ophthalmology resident, and was published in 1977 while Dr

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I’m feeling like a mad scientist this fall. I had been grappling with two big questions this summer and decided to explore them both through one grand experiment. My two big questions were: Why am I here

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Christians Fighting Christians

19Oct

This post originally appeared in Sightings , an online publication of the Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion, University of Chicago Divinity School. Cynics, but not only cynics, like to observe, not always inaccurately, that Christians are never happy unless they are fighting–each other.

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Repairing Broken Adoptions: Symposium Brings Together Leading Child Welfare and Legal Advocates to Address Permanency for Foster Youth For many young people who are adopted out of the foster care system, the promise of a “forever family” is an illusion. In New York City, anecdotal data from child advocates suggests that thousands of children adopted out of foster care end up displaced from their adoptive home

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You would think an organization that shouts about being the world’s leading animal rights group — the collective voice of the voiceless — would rise to defend dogs who are misunderstood, abused, tortured, and forced to fight. Dogs about whom myths run rampant.

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Be a Boss and Make Your Own Candy Corn This Halloween, instead of stocking up on store-bought stuff, we’re trying our hand at confectioning with these 12 recipes for homemade versions of our favorite sweet treats. Related: Snickers Dip Recipe Candy Corn Let’s kick it off with a classic. Get the recipe .

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When George Osborne visited China last month, he spoke gushingly about the huge opportunities for British businesses there. “Part of my job here”, he said, “is to help explain to the British people what’s going in China and how exciting it is.” If he had been prepared to meet them, activists from China could have told Osborne a thing or two about what’s really happening in China today.

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Click for Verizon’s “Trust the Facts” . Verizon created “Trust the Facts”, a fact sheet and talking points for the Verizon staff. It appears to be based on statements made by senior management, including Verizon’s testimony presented at a recent New York City Council meeting which is investigating Verizon’s NYC FiOS cable deployment and franchise agreement.

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Dreams Emanate From ‘Rock the Kasbah’

19Oct

America is a land of opportunity, and there is no greater potential for positive change than America’s film industry. It can stereotype but it can also humanize.

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A Present From Our 18-Year Old Selves

18Oct

The other night, Democratic candidates for president spent a bunch of time debating whether public college should be free for some people or free for all people. It was pretty remarkable. How did that happen

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David Metcalfe, autor, investigador y fundador de Liminal Analytics – Investigación Aplicada Colaborativa – es co-autor de este articulo. Traducido del inglés por Fabiola Chesnut. La temporada de la muerte ya se acerca.

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The older we get, the harder it may seem to be silly. Sure, you can get down on your hands and knees (hopefully) and kid around with your grandkids. That child’s play may, however, seem too undignified for you to engage in around your work buddies or maybe even your neighbors.

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9 Talks That Are a Great Introduction to TED

18Oct

Since I started My Year of TED in 2011, I’ve found myself explaining TED quite a lot. Last week I had to do this again, and I was reminded of a blog post I did in 2012. I thought I’d share it with you here – noting that there have been hundreds of new talks since this time, but I think these still hold as a great introduction to TED.

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The Critic

18Oct

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By James M. Dorsey The Israel Football Association (IFA) acting on orders of the police has suspended what it calls ‘sensitive’ matches, a reference to professional and amateur games between Israeli Jewish and Israeli Palestinian squads.

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Bernie blew it. By embracing rather than confronting Hillary Clinton, Sen. Sanders fell into the trap of sellout mainstream politics, improving his personal brand as an appealing but ultimately non-threatening advocate for the downtrodden while studiously avoiding any suggestion that the smiley-faced woman standing next to him is deeply complicit in Wall Street’s rape of the nation

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After two seemingly-endless Republican debates, this week the Democratic candidates for president finally got their turn to face off against each other on national television. While the audience was smaller (since Donald Trump was not on stage), it was still a lot bigger than most political debates in the past — over 15 million people watched on CNN, and a further million livestreamed it.

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For many months, I worked at a consumer electronics store. While there, I learned some important lessons from the owner, who we will call Jason.

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Redefining Property: The Sharing Economy

16Oct

By Fernando Jiménez-Ontiveros Fernando Jiménez-Ontiveros joined the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) in 1999. He became deputy manager for operations in 2009 and has been acting as general manager since January 2015. Before the MIF, Jiménez-Ontiveros worked for the Spanish civil service as an economist.

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“Giles and Justin” is one of several assignments that plunged students into a maelstrom of philosophical questions that promote self-clarification and personal growth. Students must see that everything they are learning speaks to them and their lives, and a teacher must see the course through their eyes alone.

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Word on the street is that a canned-pumpkin shortage is pretty likely this year (the horror). Now’s the time to indulge in pumpkin-laced desserts. Like this recipe for pumpkin quick bread , which just happens to have a swirly cream-cheese filling and cinnamon streusel on top

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Sales promotions are incentives aimed at prompting buyers to buy quicker. They often include discounts, rebates, coupons, or free items to incentivize buyers to purchase by a deadline. Technically, sales promotions also include strategies for motivating sales people to sell quicker

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Having both grown up with dogs in our lives, my boyfriend Aaron (now my husband) and I always knew that owning a dog was in our future. Canine companionship was something we wanted to experience together, and it felt like a natural next step in our relationship.

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Employment is hard to come by for women living with HIV/AIDS in India. People afflicted with HIV/AIDS bear the brunt of incredible social stigma, and this is exacerbated when the person afflicted is a woman. In 2012, The Didi Jewelry Project was founded with the aim of providing a compassionate space and an opportunity for employment for women affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Is it honest, slick or fraud?

15Oct

An ad on Fox Television News today (October 14) provided an 800 telephone number to take a Presidential preference poll. The ad gave you a choice of five Republican candidates. For more than three decades I have been involved in quantitative research (many polls, large and small) and qualitative research (focus groups)

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Snickers Dip

14Oct

Everything you love about SNICKERS–plenty of salty peanuts, gooey caramel and sweet milk chocolate–into one party-ready dip. Get the recipe .

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Beyond the Debate: Women and 2016

14Oct

With Hillary Clinton, the most serious female Presidential candidate in election history headlining tonight’s Democratic debate, (and Carly Fiorina’s standout performance in the last Republican debate) the influence and interests of women voters will be a major factor in the Presidential campaign. If the trends of the past 35 years hold, women will make up the majority of voters in 2016.

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6 Pieces of Game-Changing Advice for New Moms

14Oct

Congratulations on being a new mom! Isn’t it a cherished miracle? And yet the most harrowing and painstaking thing you’ve ever done? Aren’t you more tired and overwhelmed than you ever thought possible while simultaneously feeling convinced your heart will explode from the crazy love?

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Anyone who watched Chris Legh’s epic Kona Ironman performance back in 1997, has to have asked, “Is winning worth dying for?” For those who don’t know, Chris collapsed 50 yards from the finish line after 140.5 miles of racing, lost part of his intestines because of it and could have easily died. The video of it is hard to watch. It shows him staggering like a punch-drunk fighter (which he pretty much was at that point), fall, haul himself up one body part at a time, weave, slip, collapse in a broken heap, throw up a few times, seem to hear the crowd pushing him on, then try again — only to fall even harder, and, ultimately, fail.

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Folks, many of you know that I support women in tech as an initiative , but more specifically, Women Who Tech’s Women Startup Challenge . I’ve partnered with ‘em to award $25K to the winner of the Challenge

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