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Hugh Jackman 30 Nov 17
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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Renata Aguilar May 11
Before wishing someone “Happy Mother’s Day,” consider these three things.
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Michele Manassah, Ph.D May 12
How to support a friend who’s grieving for his/her Mom on
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Adam Grant 30 Nov 17
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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Nikki Huang 🐶 30 Nov 17
Jake Supports Sheryl Sandberg's Option B 😭
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Melinda Gates 30 Nov 17
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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OptionB May 10
For Jennifer, suffering a stroke, and having her children bear witness, changed the meaning of Mother's Day for her. Now she sees it as a day to be grateful that she's here to watch her children grow up. Read her full story:
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Katty Kay 23 Nov 17
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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Lindsey Reed Smith Dec 24
The holidays aren't filled with cheer for every person. One of the best gifts you can give to those going through challenges during the holidays is your time! Share kindness and love, it goes a long way!
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Gabrielle Giffords Dec 8
Since my recovery began eight years ago, celebrating the holidays has taken on new meaning. While some things have changed, each year I make it a priority to reflect on what the year has brought my family and where I want to go next.
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OptionB May 11
If you don't want to celebrate your mom this weekend, here's a suggestion from an Option B community member on what to do instead.
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OptionB May 12
You deserve to spend today in way that works for you. Declare your "bill of rights" and share this graphic with the people around you so they know how to best show support.
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kerry washington 30 Nov 17
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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Richard Branson 30 Nov 17
It's often the little things you do that mean a lot to your friends and family
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OptionB May 10
How are you choosing to honor (or not honor) Mother's Day? Whatever you choose, you deserve to spend the day in a way that works for you.
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Brené Brown Nov 21
Love this work by - The holidays can be tough. Showing up for each other is all that matters.
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Gloria Steinem 30 Nov 17
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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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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OptionB Nov 25
Often the best advice comes from people who've been there too. We're grateful to the Option B community for sharing these supportive messages with us.
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Julie Colton 11 May 18
This consider and reach out to those struggling with
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