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Growing Bolder’s Bill Shafer and Dr. Nick Dewan, vice president of Behavioral Health at Florida Blue Medicare, talk about the challenges people face in making the transition from living with the “deadly threat” of the pandemic to adapting to the world today.
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Slang words have been around forever, and each generation creates its own jargon. Here’s a guide to help grandparents decode their grandchildren’s “slanguage.”
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Christie Coombs’ husband, Jeff, was on the first plane that crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Coombs shares what she’s learned about coping with grief and about the healing power of giving back.
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Naome Bradshaw said childhood trauma led to her suicide attempts. She shared her story of hope and recovery with Growing Bolder.
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