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Richard Branson Nov 30
It's often the little things you do that mean a lot to your friends and family
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kerry washington Nov 30
One of the best gifts you can give is just being there for friends and loved ones who are having a tough time this holiday season (and there are a lot of them.) Love this site from . Check it out!
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Adam Grant Nov 30
Here's some unsolicited advice: when people are struggling, don't give unsolicited advice. Instead, tell them they won't go through this alone—and show up for them. :
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Hugh Jackman Nov 30
Love this very real holiday card from —so many of us have been there. There are some great ideas for how to be there for friends and loved ones who are struggling this season at .
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Melinda Gates Nov 30
Nearly two decades ago, I lost one of my closest friends. The grief was like a wave crashing down on me. But a circle of friends helped me stay afloat. Sometimes the most important gift you can give someone is simply being there for them.
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Adam Grant Jun 17
Happy to all the dads celebrating. And to those who have lost a father or child, or are struggling with illness or infertility, here’s to kicking the $#%* out of Option B. :
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Mark Kelly Nov 30
. and I know the holidays can be a difficult time for many people. Leave yourself open to new traditions and new causes for celebration.
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Katty Kay Nov 23
Remember for those who've lost loved ones, holidays are hard. For them there's now - how we can help. Please check it out.
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Zoe Keating Dec 6
Instead of saying “let me know if you need anything", here are some ideas on how to really be there for someone during the holidays.
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Gabrielle Giffords Nov 30
The meaning of “celebrating the holiday season” has changed a lot for me over the last 7 years. But I always try and stick to one resolution: to keep fighting through my recovery.
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Gloria Steinem Nov 30
In every bookstore, there's a huge Self Help section, but no Help Others. This holiday season, include someone who's lost someone --
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Maria Shriver Nov 30
For people who are grieving, the holidays can be especially hard. So important to be there for one another. There are lots of good resources out there you can use for help, including
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Women for Women Intl Dec 4
After being abused as a child, Gloria is working to prevent domestic abuse in her Guatemalan town by using her position as a midwife to teach women's rights.
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NNEDV May 9
For many, is filled with celebration and togetherness. But for people who have lost a child or mother, or who are struggling with infertility or illness, it can be hard. is launching to help you support loved ones:
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Gabrielle Giffords Dec 22
What it means to "celebrate the holidays" has changed a lot for me, but I've found joy in new traditions.
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Feeding America Dec 5
Putting good food on the table is just one of the ways you can be there for friends and loved ones who are facing tough times. How do you help? Get more ideas from our friends at :
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Feeding America Dec 30
Inviting a friend going through a tough time to volunteer at your local food bank can be a great way to help them feel better. Learn more and see other ideas from our partner :
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Feeding America Dec 11
So many things can make it tough to get food on the table, like losing a job or facing big medical bills. If you know someone facing tough times, you can be there for them: .
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Matt Scott Jun 17
Sending gratitude your way this , . Thanks for speaking up about your dad. Never expected that but I’m thankful that you “get” what a lot of us are going through today. Hope you’re having a beautiful time with your family today!
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OptionB Sep 22
It’s getting back to “ordinary life” after the loss of a loved one that can hurt the most. Remember your loved ones will need your ongoing support as they navigate their loss.
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