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The Fear and Uncertainty With Unemployment

There are a lot of us struggling. Our worth is connected to how we provide for ourfamilies and the ability to take care of ourselves, and it’s under attack by the increasingunemployment crisis. Companies have been downsizing and outsourcing at…

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The Power of Promise: Elevating the Lives of At-Risk Youth

Disclaimer: This blog was written by Jill Palmer with the Mental Health Wellness Center for the Swagg With A Purpose website. In a world teeming with challenges, the adversity faced by vulnerable children often remains unnoticed and unaddressed. These young souls encounter numerous barriers…

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Resilience Redefined: Thriving Through Life’s Challenges

Life often throws challenges your way that, while daunting, hold immense potential for personal transformation. These obstacles, whether they’re professional setbacks, personal struggles, or emotional hurdles, can reshape your life and perspectives in unexpected ways.

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Shaming Someone’s Mental Health Is So 1980s

Mental health awareness  is no laughing matter.  It is not a gimmick or just this season’s buzzword.  It is a reality that many people face in silence and it’s time to remove the stigma surrounding this topic once and for all!

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Out With the Old, In With the New: Things to Stop to Start Living After 50

This Swagg with a Purpose article highlights eight essential changes for an enriched life experience, combining wisdom, self-care, and proactive steps toward a joyful and balanced existence. Discover the power of transformation through these insightful strategies.

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Seasonal Depression

Seasonal depression affects approx. 5% of adults in the U.S. It’s important to know we are not alone and there are others that can relate to our hardships.

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You Are Enough!

As I sit in the bar area of the Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta I can’t help but to feel grateful!  I’ve always battled with my self-worth and recently had a bout of severe self-doubt in my capabilities and confidence,…

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The American Poverty Epidemic

Stats…Guidance…Resources Poverty has been a world issue for centuries. Socioeconomic classes contribute to the oppression of many groups of people which can directly affect their mental health. As far as I can remember, impoverished communities have served as a platform…

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Surviving A Narcissist

Surviving A Narcissist: Recovering From A Toxic Family,Friendship or Workplace Dynamic Sta…Gude…Reses Nowadays narcissism is considered a buzzword. Many people misusing the term to inappropriately diagnose their situations. Although trigger words are often thrown around without validation it does not…

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It’s OK Not To Know What’s Next

Sta…Gude…Reses We are several weeks into the new year and the days are quickly passing by. For a lot of people a new year means new resolutions, goals and promises of becoming a better person with an effort to redirect…

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