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"The Greatest gift that you can give to others is the gift of unconditional love and acceptance!" ~Brian Tracy

All post and stories are the sole property of Velvet Over Steel aka Coreen Trost. I write and create post in order to help others, so share as you want. I just ask that you link back or give VOS credit. Some of the stories are going into a book in progress. Thank You ALL.. for your support and help!!
"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader." ~ John Quincy Adams

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

World Peace Organizations

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"We look forward to the time when the Power of Love will replace the Love of Power. Then will our world know the blessings of peace." ~William Ewart Gladstone

Many of my followers have expressed interest in joining a 'World Peace" Organization.  Below are some of the Organizations I have found.  If anyone has any experience or knowledge about these or other groups, please share your insight with us.

"We Want World Peace Organization" Presents A Real, Workable Plan To Achieve Peace Throughout The World With Democracy As A Basis. ... www.wewantworldpeace.com/

"The Coalition For World Peace: CFWP Home" joined a number of other organizations for the .... Reporting from Washington -- Antiwar groups and other liberal activists. ...  http://www.coalitionforworldpeace.org/

A Peace Organization making Peace Around the World is The Carter Center ... Since 1982, "The Carter Center" has shown in more than 70 nations that creating a world at peace is a very possible journey, one step at a time. ...  www.cartercenter.org/peace/index.html
"Peace cannot be achieved through violence, it can only be attained through understanding." ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Monday, August 30, 2010

Every Monday Matters - Read a Book!

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What is the Every Monday Matters program?

Monday used to be the least favorite day of the week, but that is changing. EMM is based on the idea that every Monday people can make a difference in their life and the lives of those around them. No matter how big or small the actions, they matter. And not only do people have the power to make change, they have a social responsibility to do so. Not out of guilt, but out of an appreciation for every living thing in the world. Together, each person can make a difference in the world and raise the collective consciousness, thereby creating a legacy worth participating in…one Monday at a time.

This Week's EMM: Read a Book!

FACTS

- 1 in 4 Americans don’t read a single book per year, while the average person reads 7.

- More than half of today’s adults are literary readers, meaning they read novels, mysteries, contemporary and classic fiction, short stories, plays, or poetry.

- Leisure reading has increased 10% over the last 6 years for all ethnicities.

- 58% of women read for leisure compared to 50% of men.

- 43% of all literary readers perform volunteer and charity work compared to 17% of non-literary readers. The more books people read the more active and involved they are in their communities through volunteerism, philanthropy, and politics.

- Book buying constitutes less than 6% of total recreational spending while spending on music, videos, computers, and software constitutes roughly 25%.

TAKE ACTION TODAY!

+ Read a book you’ve never read before. If you don’t have one on your shelf, go to the library, local bookstore, or order one online.

+ Find a book on the bestseller list. (http://www.nytimes.com/pages/books/bestseller/index.html)

+ Exchange books for only the cost of postage. (http://bookmooch.com/)

+ Join a book club at the local public library or start one with your friends or co-workers.

+ Give books to people as gifts.

YOU MATTER

Reading is like exercising—mental and physical benefits flourish with regular practice. Reading improves language skills, vocabulary and spelling skills; it introduces new ideas, perspectives and information; it staves off the effects of aging by keeping your mind active; it provides a vehicle for mental escape and creativity; and it relaxes, entertains, and inspires your soul. Take time out to read today…this page doesn’t count.

Learn more about the "Every Monday Matters" movement at: http://www.everymondaymatters.com/

Every Monday Matters is all about YOU. Remember, YOU have the power to make a difference. It all starts with YOU.
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Friday, August 27, 2010

Happy Aloha Friday!

Hello again!  HAPPY FRIDAY, Everyone!!

I came across this Happy Aloha Friday a couple of weeks ago, and since we all know by now that I LOVE Hawaii... I am doing this for awhile while 'Eye Girl' with 'Half Full Friday' is on hiatus for her wedding this month.  As usual I am including my 'HAPPY LIST' later in this post.

If you want to join in the fun? Post your own question on your blog and leave your link at the Aloha Friday post at An Island Life. Then you can visit the other participants if you wish...It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends or see what people are thinking about this week and join in a conversation or two if you like.

My question:  Would you rather be somewhere you Love to live.  Or be somewhere where someone you Love lives?

My answer:   I would be wherever the 'LOVE' is at and make that place Beautiful with Love.  How sappy I am, right?! :-)

My favorite quote of all time:
"It doesn't matter where you go, or what you have.  What matters is Who you have beside you."- Unknown
If you're ever lucky enough to find 'True Love' don't be selfish, self-centered or foolish.  Make the best of the 'surroundings' and 'circumstances'.....  appreciating what is important and what you do have. :-)  Too many times people don't, until it's too late or it's gone.  I saw this a lot when I was a military wife.  Woman focusing on being away from family or being stationed somewhere they didn't like.  Being miserable instead of focusing on the positives and the LOVE they had next to them.  :-) 
 
Now for my regular Half Full Friday followers, here is what I'm Happy for this week:
  • I am very happy my son's second year of College started off Great!
  • I am happy to see all the aviation students back this week!  Great bunch!
  • I am happy I got to see my niece and nephew last weekend!
  • I am happy I got so much done at home and work this week!  Cleaning and organizing!
  • I am happy for the River Float this weekend with my friends!  It will be a lot of fun!
  • I am happy hat I have decided to sell my house myself, now that my contract is up.  I came up with a Great Plan of Action! :-)  Wish me Luck & Prayers are Always appreciated!!! :-)
"The Constitution only guarantees the American people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself." ~ Benjamin Franklin
Love & Hugs Always,
Coreen
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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Accepting Challenges

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I work for a community collage and my youngest son just started his second year of Culinary school.  So a new school year has started for both of us this week and our fall routine is quickly taking shape. 

One of the values of education is experiencing new things that often take us out of our comfort zones.   Creating situations where we challenge ourselves.

Every year my sons and I continue to be challenged in both school and life.  Taking each 'challenge' that comes our way, accepting it, learning from each one and growing in many ways. 

So this is a perfect time to share another Great post by my friend Mark Ford; adding a little of my own input and favorite quotes.  
“Accept the challenges so that you may feel the exhilaration of victory.” ~ General George S. Patton
Now from Mark Ford @ FFG Consulting, LLC

Many times we get "comfortable" in our lives and forget what helped us get to where we are in life.

Only recently did I begin to realize that the key thing that has helped me grow in my personal and professional life is challenge.  It could have been a challenging situation that caused me to learn a new skill or to step outside my comfort zone.  Many times those situations presented themselves through work or involvement in other organizations, and I was "forced" to step up and meet the challenge - and to grow.

I work with many people who have forgotten that many times those "challenges" in their lives helped them grow too. We all tend to get comfortable with who we are and with what we have in life - and may even work now to avoid challenge and change.  I work with many of my clients to recognize that if they want to continue growing in their personal and professional development that they need to begin challenging themselves.

This week:

If you've lost a bit of the "fire" in your life as far as your passion for the direction in your life, challenge yourself to step outside your comfort zone a bit and begin associating with people who might force you to stretch or to think about life in new and exciting ways.  As John Maxwell says, "Passion is contagious. Get around some people who can infect you."
Make it a GREAT week!

Mark Ford
FFG Consulting, LLC
m.ford@ffgroupconsulting.com
"Passion is contagious. Get around some people who can infect you." ~ John Maxwell
This quote is such good advice.  I learned last year what a great influence it is to be around positive people who accept challenges and have passion for what they do in life.  First by hearing a speaker named Silver Rose in November.  At the end of a great presentation from a woman who has accepted challenges in her life and made her life Awesome.  She asked her audience "Who's life is Awesome?"  No one raised their hand.  She then said, "Well why not?  Life is too short to Not to be Happy and have the life you dream of!  She was absolutely right!

Soon after that I met an amazing person who has real passion for his career and life.  He accepts challenges everyday with a positive, upbeat attitude.  He inspires me to go outside my comfort zone and follow my own passions and dreams.

These people changed my life forever!  I can never thank them enough.  I hope I can inspire and encourage others to follow their hearts, pursue their dreams and most of all to be Happy!  

"Find your passion, accept challenges and make your life Awesome!"
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Monday, August 23, 2010

Every Monday Matters - Show Your Smile

What is the Every Monday Matters program?

Monday used to be the least favorite day of the week, but that is changing. EMM is based on the idea that every Monday people can make a difference in their life and the lives of those around them. No matter how big or small the actions, they matter. And not only do people have the power to make change, they have a social responsibility to do so. Not out of guilt, but out of an appreciation for every living thing in the world. Together, each person can make a difference in the world and raise the collective consciousness, thereby creating a legacy worth participating in…one Monday at a time.

Here is an easy one to get you started:

SHOW YOUR SMILE!!!

FACTS:

- A smile is a universal expression of happiness and recognized as such by all cultures.

- A smiling person is judged to be more pleasant, attractive, sincere, sociable, and competent. Smiling is contagious.

- Happy people generally don’t get sick as often as people who are unhappy.

- Smiling or even seeing somebody smile releases endorphins that work in the brain to give an overall feeling of well-being.

- People are born with the ability to smile.

- Adults laugh approximately 15 times per day, while children laugh about 400 times a day.

- It takes only 17 muscles to smile, compared to 43 muscles to frown.

- Women smile more than men.

TAKE ACTION TODAY!

+ Smile at EVERYONE you see today.

+ Keep track of how many times you smile and laugh today.

If you are having trouble smiling, here are a few suggestions to help:

- Make faces at yourself in the mirror.

- Hug someone you care about.

- Visit a pet store.

+ At the end of your day of smiling, notice how you feel and whether people acted differently around you.

YOU MATTER!

Happiness leads to smiling, and smiling leads to happiness. Happiness is your natural immunity, having a profound, positive effect on your health and well-being. If you are happy, smile. If you aren’t happy, smile anyway. It will help you get there.
Learn more about the "Every Monday Matters" movement at: http://www.everymondaymatters.com/

Every Monday Matters is all about YOU. Remember, YOU have the power to make a difference. It all starts with YOU.
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Friday, August 20, 2010

Happy Aloha Friday!

Hello again!  I'm so glad it's Friday.  I'm exhausted!  I've been so busy this week.  Too busy to even visit blogs this week, work on mine or even thank my commenter's.  My Apologies!  It didn't help that the Internet has been up and down all week.  Of course it's been down when I've had a few moments.  That's the way it goes sometimes! :-)

I came across this Happy Aloha Friday post last week, and since I LOVE Hawaii... I thought I would do it again.  Remember 'Eye Girl' with 'Half Full Friday' is on hiatus for her wedding this month.  I will still include what I'm happy for this week later in this post.

If you want to join in the fun? Post your own question on your blog and leave your link at the Aloha Friday post at An Island Life. Then you can visit the other participants if you wish...It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends or see what people are thinking about this week and join in a conversation or two if you like.

Here is my question:  If you won the lottery, would you continue to work?  Why or Why Not and in what way? 

My answer:  I would work, just not my current job.  I would follow my dreams and passion with with a step by step plan to reach my goals.  Instead of waiting for the 'right time' as I need to currently.   

My dream job would be to really learn to write and present 'storyteller' style in order to encourage and inspire people.  A top priority would be helping 'Special' children who have no one to 'fight' for them.  With an extra focus on Asperger Syndrome Children and Awareness.
"Knowledge of what is possible is the beginning of happiness." - George Santayana
Now for my regular Half Full Friday followers, here is what I'm Happy for this week:
  • I am very happy that my son is so excited about his second year of college starting soon.
  • I am happy that it was much cooler this week and I could walk more!
  • I am happy I got to go to the lake with friends again last weekend!
  • I am happy that the guys are back this week at work & that students will be back on Monday.  It's been way to quite for me.
  • I am happy for a small family gathering this week!
  • I am very happy with 'myself' this week! :-)
"If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes." - Andrew Carnegie
Love & Hugs Always,
Coreen
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Monday, August 16, 2010

Do You Feel All Your Feelings?

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“You can close your eyes to the things you do not want to see, but you cannot close your heart to the things you do not want to feel.” ~ Unknown

In '8 to Great', motivational speaker for positive change MK Mueller writes this to describe High-Way 4: Feel All Your Feelings.
"As challenges arise, allowing yourself to feel all your feelings returns you to the freedom of childhood, when emotions came and went without guilt or denial. When we realize that there are no “bad” feelings, we stop getting stuck in one feeling to prevent feeling another. We realize that we can feel mad and sad and still have a positive attitude. Once we’re freed up emotionally, we “feel” better physically as well. Finally, as we overcome the fear and judgment of our own emotions, we can more easily accept the feelings of others." ~MK Mueller

“Eyes that do not cry, do not see.” ~ Swedish Proverb

When I was growing up, I was ridiculed for crying.  So I seldom did.  Later in life, after going through many trials, someone I cared for said I was 'too emotional'.  l later realized that person felt guilty for my caring so much, because they didn't deserve it.  At the time though, I was very confused and hurt.  I decided there must be something wrong with me.  I was determined not to show emotion, care too much or let my deep caring feelings out, to anyone!  That lasted for a while. 

Then I realized and accepted who I.  A caring person who 'feels all her feelings' and uses those 'feelings' to help my family, friends, self, others and to accomplish many great things in my life!  Accepting my all my feelings helps me to love the person I am... emotional, caring, loving, passionate and All! 

If you never get sad... you can be angry for a long time.  Without any release you can stay in a 'rage' state of mind.  We see that in people who are angry or unfeeling most of the time.  The same goes for staying too long in sadness... and never getting angry, using the motivational passion that anger or frustration can give you.  This is when many people fall into depression.   

I try to find the balance in regards to my emotions.   I don't want to stay angry or frustrated when the educational system doesn't do what they should for our special children.  But at the same time, I like to use that motivational energy to fight for my son and others.  The 'anger energy' fires my passion!

On the other side, we need to 'feel all our feelings' at times, such as with the death of a loved one, or another great loss in our lives.  It's a healthy release as long as you don't stay in the sadness too long.

Many times we experience 'mad' and 'sad' in a circle after a death or accident for example.  It's very common for someone to be sad at a situation.... then angry at the same situation later.  Perfectly normal!  So 'feel all your feelings' and accept how others feel too.   We all deserve that!
“Feelings are everywhere - be gentle.” ~ Unknown
Do you 'feel all your feelings'?   Do you accept others?
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Friday, August 13, 2010

Happy Aloha Friday!

Hello and TGIF!  I came across this one, Happy Aloha Friday, and since I used to live in and LOVE Hawaii... I thought I would do something new while 'Eye Girl' is on hiatus for her wedding this month.

Wanna join in the fun? Post your own question on your blog and leave your link at the Aloha Friday post at An Island Life. Then you can visit the other participants if you wish...It’s a great way to make new bloggy friends or see what people are thinking about this week and join in a conversation or two if you like.

Here is my question:  If you could do anything at all this weekend, money is no object however it's only something you can do in 2 days and get back to work and real life on Monday.  So what would you do?

My answer:  I would fly to Chicago, see my son and spend the weekend on a beach along Lake Michigan.
"Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of life, the whole aim and end of human existence". –Aristotle
Now for my regular Half Full Friday followers, here is what I'm Happy for this week:
  • I am happy that I got my dining room, kitchen and entry redecorated! It's more sophisticated and I like the new look.
  • I am very happy that my son called people, all on his own, and handled something very important to him! So proud of him AGAIN!
  • I am happy that I was able to accomplish some of my personal goals this week!
  • I am very happy to have family around again! :-)
  • I am happy it's going to cool down this weekend!
"Being happy doesn’t mean that everything is perfect. It means that you’ve decided to look beyond the imperfections." – Author Unknown
Love & Hugs Always,
Coreen
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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Silencing the Violence of Verbal Abuse

Poster by: Matthew Hafenbrack  @ Creative Haf Design
As heartbreaking as it is to think about, many people (men and women; young and old) experience and suffer from some form of abuse everyday in this world.  Some for many years of their lives unfortunately.  However, I feel that Verbal Emotional Abuse is the most common and has the most lasting scars.  Bones heal, bruises fade, but the negative words spin in our heads over and over again.  Sometimes those Invisible Scars send people into deep depression from verbal abuse.  Keeping them from healing, focusing and moving past the pain.  It's hard to know you are not the cause when you are told over and over that you are. 

Abuse is usually associated with adults in marriages or relationships and between parents and children.   Now a days we see verbal and emotional abuse in not only in homes but also on the playgrounds, in the schools and even in work places.  It is even on the Internet in cyber space, referred to as Cyber Bullying.  The effects of verbal and emotional abuse are much more devastating to children and teens who are already struggling to fit in, make friends and build their self-esteem.

I was first a child watching abuse growing up, which effected my relationships later on; then I was the victum myself in an abusive marriage.  I know in my own experience it took me many years to heal and to get my self-esteem back. However the abuse in front of my children was the most devastating to me. The effects of experiencing or witnessing verbal abuse by children can cause more long-term, psychological damage than physical abuse.  They also could have learned and believed that that is how a woman should be treated  However, they saw the abuse for what it was...  Abuse... and how horribly wrong it was!  

As grown men now, all 3 are incredibly compassionate and protective of woman. They have told me the lessons they learned, which are how not to treat someone and how not to tolerate anyone else they see being abusive. I am so thankful and so proud of them!!!

The poster above was created by my middle son, a graphic designer Creative Haf Design.  He did this as a volunteer project to Stop Verbal Abuse.  He is a very talented and like his brothers, is passionate about speaking up for the protection of women and stopping abuse for both men and women, Silencing the Violence once and for all!  We discussed the role of men in a previous post Until Men say something.... the abuse won't stop.

I am a much stronger and confident person now a days and know that who I am today is partly because of what I went through yesterday.

Even though I have forgiven those who have hurt me and have moved past the pain, I feel I am suppose to write and use my life experiences to help other woman (and men) who have gone through or continue to go through similar experiences.

I truly believe that God uses our life experiences, both good and bad, to learn valuable life lessons, to grow emotionally and spiritually... as well as help others if we so choose. 
"The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen." ~ Elizabeth Kubler Ross
Poster by: Matthew Hafenbrack @ Creative Haf Design

Below are some good articles on this subject:
Verbal Abuse Definition
Verbal Abuse - The Characteristics
The Verbal Abuse Site with video examples
How Can Someone Identify and Respond to Verbal Abuse?
Exercise to determine verbal abuse from CyberParent.com
The Effects of Verbal Abuse on Children
How to Help Children Understand Verbal Abuse

Manipulative People: Covert Aggressive Personality Disorder

More Resources:
National Coalition of Domestic Violence, Resources by State @ http://www.ncadv.org/

National Domestic Violence Hotline @ 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or 1-800-787-3224 (TTY) – A crisis intervention and referral phone line for domestic violence.

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Friday, August 6, 2010

Half Full Friday! August 6th

“Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” - Abraham Lincoln
Half Full Friday is a series of weekly posts that Eye Girl originally started in June 2009.We believe that a lot of our happiness is determined by our attitude about the things that happen to us. So by participating, we are deciding to see the glass as half full, instead of half empty. We are choosing to concentrate on the positives, instead of dwelling on the negatives. Our Half Full Friday posts are a way to do just that. They are a list of the things in our life that have brought us happiness over the past week.  We are determined to find the something good in every day.  Are you?
"Happiness is a conscious choice, not an automatic response." - Mildred Barthel
For the next week, we challenge you to keep a list of at least one thing that brought you happiness each day. On Friday, write your own Half Full Friday post and return to Life As Eye See It to link your post and to see what other bloggers found happiness in during the past week.
Don't forget to grab a Half Full Friday Banner or Button for your blog post if you are going to join in:

“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” - Buddha

This is what I'm Happy for this week:
  • I am happy that I had a very, very productive week!
  • I am happy that my house looks Awesome!
  • I am very happy that I have a House Showing today! :-)
  • I am happy that my son made it to Houston safely! 
  • I am very happy my sons value education! :-)
  • I am happy for the beautiful walking weather!
  • I am happy for just plain 'Feeling Good'!
“Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson!
Love & Hugs Always,
Coreen
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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Taking Responsibility for the Roads We Went Down


"You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself. That is something you have charge of." ~ Jim Rohn

In '8 to Great', motivational speaker for positive change MK Mueller writes this to describe High-Way 3: Full Responsibility.

As we travel down the risk High-Way, obstacles and detours will inevitably appear. We can curse our “bad luck,” but not without being pulled off course. Full responsibility is the fundamental shift that allows us to take charge of our lives by owning that we were the ones who chose to go down the road of thoughts that didn’t feel good. Until we see that we’re in charge of our lives, we can feel trapped in a prison of resentment, bitterness, and confusion. When we acknowledge the power of our focus, we realize that we were never prisoners in the first place. ~ MK Mueller

Many times we focus too much on what other people have done to hurt us or how they have negatively effected our lives.  Instead of accepting the circumstances and focusing on the positive, such as the lessons learned and appreciating the things that did go well, many times we start blaming and complaining.  Both are a waist of our time and energy.  Taking full responsibility can help you focus on the future, instead of the past.
"It is not only for what we do that we are held responsible, but also for what we do not do." ~ John Baptiste MoliƩre
We also need to take responsibility for the things we did or didn't do.  I blamed someone for not being honest and keeping their word.  However, I'm the one who trusted them and ultimately let them manipulate me.  I saw the red flags, but I chose to ignore them.  I needed to accept responsibility for that before I could move on and trust someone again.

"Man must cease attributing his problems to his environment, and learn again to exercise his will - his personal responsibility." ~ Albert Einstein
Next time when you say it's all because of...., he should have...., she shouldn't have... stop and think about the roll your played in those situations. Did you not ask questions? Did you stand up for yourself? Did you listen to gossip and make poor decisions based on fear instead of knowledge? I think most of us have.
"Whatever happens, take responsibility." ~ Anthony Robbins
When we take responsibility for the roads we went down. we can then re-focus our thoughts on the positives and lessons learned.  You will be much happier if you do!
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Sunday, August 1, 2010

Please VOTE DAILY for AWN Project FAIM [Female Autistic Insight Mentoring]

Hey folks, please vote for my friend Sharon daVanport in behalf of the Autism Women's Network's awesome idea to change America!  She wants to Host workshops across the US assisting females on the autism spectrum. ~ Created By Autism Women's Network
Online VOTING Daily Aug. 1st at 6:00am - Aug. 31st at 12:00am

★ AWN appreciates your daily support. Please vote for our Pepsi Grant Project by simply clicking on the following link and casting your VOTE daily: http://www.refresheverything.com/awn

★ VOTING for AWN Project FAIM can be done via cell phone: Text* 101500 to Pepsi (73774)

★ AWN Project FAIM [Female Autistic Insight Mentoring] Workshops will be the 1st of its kind.

★ We plan to set up 5 Project FAIM Workshops across the USA which will focus on qualities specific to females on the autism spectrum. Topics will include: peer supports, adolescence, adult life, relationships, vulnerabilities, and successful communications.

★ Project FAIM Workshops will include active supports and information for everyone (autistics, parents, educators, etc.)

The participants will meet renowned autistic females whereby gaining valuable insight.

★ We will secure the Autism Women's Network non-profit status so we can continue to provide Community Events, online Forum support & E-Mentoring as well as our AWN Radio Show.
★ AWN appreciates your daily support. Please vote for our Pepsi Grant Project by simply clicking on the following link and casting your VOTE daily: http://www.refresheverything.com/awn
 

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