Smiling is #ChronicallyAwesome

Smiling is #ChronicallyAwesome

Mental Illness Awareness

Mental Illness Awareness WeekOctober 5th-11th is Mental Illness Awareness Week.

Awareness is our NUMBER ONE tool in fighting stigma. It always surprises me that stigma exists when you see the statistic below. With so many Americans touched by Mental Illness, how can it be that there are any Americans who believe they are NOT touched by these diseases?

While the #ChronicallyAwesome Foundationworks daily to educate, and spread…

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This Is How We Learn

This Is How We Learn

reading to unborn babyAs parents, we are the participants, and observers of an ever-evolving communication play with our children. From the moment I discovered I was pregnant I began communicating with that little embryo inside of me. I am certain that at some point she began hearing me, when that was I am not entirely sure, but I was not going to risk missing that first moment so I began right away. I read to her,…

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Come join us in Montclair next Saturday, October 4th! We are hosting a photo day where you can be photographed for Unbreakable from 12pm-1pm. For more location & general info, send us an email at projectunbreakable@gmail.com.

projectunbreakable:

Come join us in Montclair next Saturday, October 4th! We are hosting a photo day where you can be photographed for Unbreakable from 12pm-1pm. For more location & general info, send us an email at projectunbreakable@gmail.com.

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Change: A Video Blog

Change: A Video Blog

Change: A Video Blog and the beginning of a new season of WhatTheJules: The Vlog

In my world, change has never really been a good thing. This anonymous quote seemed to sum change up pretty well for me: “Fear, uncertainty, and discomfort are your compasses toward growth.”
I see only one issue here. either we have three compasses here, or one compass with three directions. That leaves me with one…

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