Many of us carry within us our mother’s words of wisdom and advice to help guide us forward in life, but during these scary and uncertain times of the Covid-19 pandemic, we need to amplify their voices now more than ever. For Mother’s Day I reached out to an array of leaders, journalists, entertainers, and poets and asked them to
From #RedNoseDay on NBC to Mental Health Awareness Month, and even some bridal advice, the stars are using their platforms to give back!
PEOPLE, along with suicide prevention advocate Talinda Bennington and news anchor Christine Devine were honored The 24th annual Erasing the Stigma award ceremony had to be held virtually this year due to the new coronavirus, but the focus — on normalizing mental health and suicide prevention — is just as vital as ever. This year, Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services, a nonprofit providing mental
Dear Diary: No baseball. No tennis. No hockey. No basketball. I’m a sports fan, and I’m going nuts. Last night I was up ‘till 3:00 in the morning watching replays of middle school bowling tournaments on You Tube. HELP!!!!!
Well, I FINALLY got Zoom bombed. It was awful. I’ve heard about meetings being bombed by people cursing, or dropping their pants, or screaming and yelling, but it never happened to me … until today. I was on a Zoom conference call with my accountants and business managers when all of a sudden some woman bombs the meeting … she