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Love is Love

Love is love. Like any feeling it is unlimited, it moves and it shifts. So why do we feel we need to compare our love? Why can’t we hold space for the feeling, and how we feel it, and who we feel it for? Or who we have felt it for in the past? Why…

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Checkin’ Jason Hanasik

Sitting down with Journalist and Filmmaker Jason Hanasik to talk about his new film “A Childhood on Fire”. “A Childhood on Fire” is a film about the father figures who violated Nick, the effects that abuse had on Nick’s sense of self and security, and the ways he is interrupting a cycle of violence so that…

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Processing Forgiveness

“What if forgiveness was more about processing, and less of a destination or a single act?” – Erez Shek Often we will be told to find forgiveness, or simply ask for forgiveness. However, nothing is as simple as a single moment, or a single act when it comes to our emotional health, our growth, our…

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Music: The Original Mental Health Advocate

Mental Health is defined as how we think, feel and behave. It encompasses our thoughts, our beliefs of ourselves and of the world, and our emotions. Something Music and Musicians have been promoting for decades. When we look at Mental Health Awareness, we focus heavily on educating about mental illness & mental health conditions. What…

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