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Drumming Up Inspiration: Thank You, America Honors a Special Teacher

James Van Buren, or Mr. V. as he is affectionately known, is a music teacher from Sacramento who marches to the beat of his own drum. He’s the energetic, protective dad type who calls the shots, yet has a smile that’s infectious.

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Thank You America! Honors the Neal Family

Within moments of stepping inside the Neal Home in St. Cloud, Minnesota for the first time, we knew we had found an amazingly deserving family to honor on “Thank You, America.”

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Mother / Breast Cancer Thriver / Blogger / Author / SuperHero.

Darbie Mazour recently sent us an email with the subject line stating, “Mother / Breast Cancer Thriver / Blogger / Author / SuperHero.” Darbie wanted to let us know how much one woman’s words inspired her. “She has the faith and strength that women all over the world could really learn from and be encouraged by,” Darbie wrote. “Please take a moment to check out the blog written by Kara Tippetts.”

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Robin Roberts talks with Shonda Rhimes

Shonda Rhimes, creator of “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and the new ABC show, “How to Get Away With Murder,” takes Robin Roberts behind the scenes of her TV shows.

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Two Mothers, One Mission: Combatting The Stigma Of Mental Illness

A few weeks ago I received the sad news that one of my childhood friends had lost her son. Only 18 years old, Michael Worth was a talented, personable young man with so much to live for, but after several years of fighting anxiety and depression, his mental illness ultimately prevailed. His solution to the pain was a fatal dose of carbon monoxide.

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MDS World Awareness Day is October 25, 2014

I am grateful for the excellent medical treatment I received when I was diagnosed with MDS. Two years later I’m blessed to be doing as well as I am. I will continue to bring awareness in the hope that ALL MDS patients have the same access to quality care. Blessings..Robin

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