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#HAWMC WEGOHEALTH Activist Writing Challenge Day 2 by Janice Tindle 

  The WEGOHEALTH Activist Writing Challenge Day 2  “Every great writer has their own process! What’s the blogging process look like for you? Do you set aside time each week to write or do you wait until the inspiration hits? … Continue reading

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#HAWMC ” Why I write.”  by Janice Tindle 

The WEGOHEALTH Activist Writing Challenge Day 1 “What drives you to write about your health? What do you want other Health Activists to know about your condition and your activism? Reflect on this for 15-20 minutes without stopping…GO!” The thing … Continue reading

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Dear Lord, Please Grant Me Patience      by Janice Tindle

Please grant me patience to deal with my brain, Because the world goes by like a loud freight train. Please grant me patience to deal with my heart, Because I can never seem to finish the projects that I start. … Continue reading

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It’s time to endorse this blog for the WEGO HEALTH Awards! 

It’s true, it is an honor to be nominated. Now, is the time to endorse your favorite nominees! I’m so glad that this blog has received a nomination! Thank you very much! I’m humbled and grateful for the acknowledgement. Click … Continue reading

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This Blog just received a WEGO Nomination! 

This blog was nominated for Best In Show: Blog! Whoo Hoo! It IS an honor to be nominated! Thank you! Here’s the description:  “Whose blog do you absolutely love? Their writing is exceptional, their “voice” admirable, and their writing is … Continue reading

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7 Ways To Support A Loved One With A Traumatic Brain Injury by Janice Tindle 

Author’s note: (This article was published on 5 /16/16 on themighty.com. https://themighty.com/2016/05/how-to-support-a-loved-one-with-traumatic-brain-injury/ I am the author of that article, which is now posted here.  Recently, several spam sites have posted this article without my permission and neglect to credit me … Continue reading

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Ah, To Sing….To Dream.  by Janice Tindle 

Encore post  A Singer’s Lament /Written by Janice Tindle I miss singing. When I was growing up, my mother, a professional soloist, would play arias and the standards. My grandfather, a gregarious Italian who lived next door, would play opera, … Continue reading

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