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Loving Yourself, Benefits of Waking Up Early & Effects of Bullying: Top SHAREs of the Week

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EmpowHER top SHAREs of the week Via Pexels

We saw a variety of great blog posts in our community this week! Women wrote about everything from self-esteem to long and short term effects of bullying. We welcome you to share your own blog post or health story too.

Here are our top SHAREs of the week.

1. Short and long term effects of bullying

From the blog: "Bullying is a systematic abuse of power and is defined as aggressive behavior and intentional harm-doing by peers that is carried out repeatedly and involves some sort of victimization. It can manifest itself in a number of different ways and it does not necessarily have to be physical." Read the full post here.

2. A Short Reminder to Love Yourself

From the blog: "I'm learning that self-confidence doesn't mean I find myself wonderful. It means that despite the struggle, I'm learning to accept this vessel that I call home. Because in the end, we aren't remembered for how much makeup we wore, the pounds on our body, or the physical features we're dissatisfied with." Read the full post here.

3. How You Can Improve Your Quality of Life Despite Living With Health Concerns

From the blog: "Living with health problems can be an extreme challenge for many individuals. If you don’t have a lot of resources available to you, that only makes things especially hard. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to improve your circumstances. Try the following tips to start." Read the full post here.

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