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The cruel irony of Autism Awareness Month: There’s still much to learn about autistic people

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ There is a cruel irony to John Benjamin Haygood’s being arrested during Autism Awareness Month. Video has gone viral of Haygood, a 10-year-old boy who is on the autism spectrum, being …

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Child Abuse Is The Biggest Issue Affecting Young People In Crisis

Kids Helpline (KHL) duty of care interventions for children and young people in crisis situations have jumped more than 150 percent over four years, with child abuse overtaking suicide attempts as the number one cause for action for the second year running.

Of 1,907 emergency duty of care interventions launched during 2016 for children and young people who were deemed to be at immediate risk of harming themselves or others, 38 percent were due to abuse according to the 2016 Kids Helpline Insights Report released on April 5. A further 34 percent were caused by suicide attempts and 28 percent caused by other issues

The report also showed that, of the 181,165 contact calls made in 2016 to the KHL, 66,963 were by children and young people seeking access to counselling services.

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Online Dating: 10 Tips For Newly Single People

If you have found yourself single after many years of being off the market, you might have noticed that things have changed a little since you were last here. The arrival of the digital age has heralded the dawn of dating apps, swiping, and something affectionately known as ‘ghosting’ (shorthand for heartless rejection). Indeed it is a brave new world, and we’re not sure if we like it, but we sure as hell need to get on board or our future is looking more cat heavy with every day. Read More….

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Here’s why people are looking for love after Trump’s election

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Here’s why people are looking for love after Trump’s election

Donald Trump has seen a lot of haters and faced a lot of criticism but there are some who have been encouraged and are looking for love after his win. An online dating site has revealed what most people wouldn’t …

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W. Mich. man creates new dating app to help people find love

With Valentine’s Day coming up on Tuesday, many people have love on their mind. And we found a West Michigan man who is helping them find it. Newschannel 3 met the founder of an app called Settle For Love, and learned what creator David Wheeler says makes this dating site unique. Wheeler lives in Hudsonville, and he says had used all the traditional dating sites. But a few years ago he got the idea to try something different, so he created Settle For Love. Read More….

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PSNI warns people to watch out for scams when online dating as UK loses £39m in 2016

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PSNI warns people to watch out for scams when online dating as UK loses £39m in 2016

The Police Service of Northern Ireland is encouraging people to be on the lookout for scammers who want to take advantage of those who may be looking for love or companionship this Valentine’s Day. Read More….

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The new dating app that aims to include people with disabilities

Honesty about your true self isn’t exactly the hallmark of most online dating apps, but a new one called Glimmer is trying to create a more transparent environment, especially for people with disabilities. The emphasis dating apps like Tinder and Bumble put on superficial snap judgments can pose a unique challenge for people with disabilities. Profile formats can make it difficult to easily disclose your disability, and many people fear they’ll be passed over if they do. Read More….

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11 Times Trump Has Made People Want To Divorce Their Families

Like the wall Donald Trump dreams of building between the US-Mexico border, this election season is dividing families across the nation in huge ways. 

And as Jesse Singal wrote on New York Magazine’s Science of Us blog, trying to convince your loved ones to see it your way is pretty much pointless.

“It’s unlikely you are going to sit down with your Trump-supporting brother or uncle or friend, talk things out, and walk away having convinced them to stay home or to vote for Clinton,” he wrote. “If persuasion were that easy, our country wouldn’t be mired in polarization and partisan gridlock.

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People Are Losing Their Minds Over America’s First Hello Kitty Cafe

Welcome to the Hello Kitty Cafe Pop-Up, the first Hello Kitty cafe in the U.S. The spot opened over the weekend in Irvine, California, with people waiting more than four hours for pastries and coffee drinks with ― you guessed it ― that adorable creature’s face emblazoned on top. Here’s a look at the scene:

How White People Can Fight Racism Today

As a white mom of two preschool age white boys, I don’t want to talk so much about ‪#‎altonsterling‬ and #philandocastile that I drown out black voices. White people need to be amplifying black voices talking about THEIR experiences.

On the other hand, it’s important that white people express outrage so that we wake up. Decades of black anger hasn’t resulted in significant enough change. Even if we disagree with some of what is being said, it’s our job to listen.

The day Alton Sterling was killed, I decided to do something provocative and unusual.

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