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Coping With Loss and Dealing With Grief

How do you move on after losing a loved one? The answer to that question may be as impossible as trying to imagine life without some of those you hold closely. But sadly, death and grief are inevitable and undeniable qualities that make up life. Queen Elizabeth II  said, “Grief is the price we pay for love,” […]

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Maureen Van Zandt: Making a Difference, One Charity at a Time

On May 4, Maureen Van Zandt and her husband Steven of the legendary E Street Band will join former “American Idol” winner David Cook at a charity dinner party in New York City. With hopes to raise awareness and bring attention to brain cancer and tumor research, the three of them created a dinner auction this past March with all proceeds benefiting David Cook’s Team for a Cure in The Race for Hope DC event helping to generate further funding for ABC2 and The National Tumor Society. It’s an event Van Zandt is most excited about and extremely supportive of.

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Strength Through Adversity: The Importance Of Resilience

Adversity can present itself to us in several ways. We can find it in work, in relationships, and in moments of failure adversity may never seem more overwhelming. When we think about what makes us feel down, we must also look at what helps keep us going. When I think about my own life, examples […]

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A Life Worth Living: “The Happiness Project”

In the flourishing age of social media and progressive film-making, Ron Parida is hoping to make a difference and change the way we smile. The Los Angeles based creative director wants the world to know about his latest venture, The Happiness Project—a video series that looks into the lives of people fighting incredibly difficult circumstances, yet still choose to fight and maintain a positive attitude through it all.

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Movember Round-Up!

What does it take to help raise awareness for men’s health issues? This month at The Hudsucker, our gentlemen took part in the Movember movement with hopes to start a conversation on men’s health by coming together and sharing with readers their thoughts and experiences with growing a ‘stache, and why it’s so important to open up the dialogue on men’s health.

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Movember Mania

This month, our male writers took part in Movember—the annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers, and associated charities. By challenging our writers to grow their moustaches in support of raising awareness for men’s health issues, […]

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Movember: My Moustache Was The Only Thing That Grew on Me!

This month, our male writers took part in Movember—the annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers, and associated charities. By challenging our writers to grow their moustaches in support of raising awareness for men’s health issues, […]

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Movember, Manvember

This month, our male writers took part in Movember—the annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers, and associated charities. By challenging our writers to grow their moustaches in support of raising awareness for men’s health issues, […]

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My Movember Moustache Memoir

This month, our male writers took part in Movember—the annual event involving the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer and other male cancers, and associated charities. By challenging our writers to grow their moustaches in support of raising awareness for men’s health issues, […]

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What I Have Learned From Cancer

When I was undergoing my third year of university my entire world was altered. I was sitting in the Communications wing at Simon Fraser University and it was the 2nd month of the semester. The rain was falling outside as my phone rang and my Dad was on the other end. “They say it could have been […]

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