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Online Retailer 2882Shop Announced The Launch of its New Website, Showcasing a Unique Experience where Shoppers Can Browse Items Curated in Their Personal Style

LOS ANGELES, CA, US, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The new online store offers curated clothing collections based on current trends and styles to save customers time when shopping, while also giving them fresh ideas and inspiration to enhance their look.

Many clothing stores provide filters based on generic categories such as sex, color, and size when shopping online – however, this can often return an extensive selection of items. Due to the large inventory of clothes available from online retailers, this can still require time-consuming scrolling to search for the right items to fit a customer’s style. 2882 are revolutionizing the online clothes shopping experience with their new ‘Shop Your Style’ website design.

The clothing collections available through the new website are curated into trends and styles such as Business Casual, Boho Chic, Rocker, and Sporty, with more collections being added daily. Each collection includes items that match the selected trend and feature recognized brands such as Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Michael Kors, Dolce & Gabbana, and Versace.

The Los Angeles-based company built its website focusing primarily on the customer’s shopping experience rather than a business or inventory perspective. This user-oriented design created an online store that is both smoother and more intuitive for customers, allowing them to quickly find the right products for their needs.

With the launch of their new website, customers are invited to sign up to receive exclusive deals and an introductory 20% promotional code. Additionally, 2882 are launching their ‘2882 Shopper Elite’ membership program that includes private shopping invites, birthday gifts, and early access to new collections.

The retailer is currently offering free shipping for all domestic orders over a qualifying amount within the US, and international shipping available throughout Europe, Asia, and South America.

The company’s founder and CEO said, “I set out to create a place based on you. To shop the way you like. To save you time and energy. To allow you to have a much more bespoke, personalized shopping experience every time you shop.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.2882Shop.com

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Green Revolution Wildside Beverages are Selected as one of Ten Hottest THC Beverages in the Country by MJ Brand Insights

Blackberry Lemonade- a customer favorite!

Solace Wins Best Topical in Seattle Sun Cup 2021

Green Revolution showed significant growth & market adoption for its Wildside cannabis-infused hydration beverages, ranking in the Top 10 Hottest THC Beverages.

This result is a testament to the culture of innovation at Green Revolution and our commitment to use the finest natural ingredients and state of the art processes.”

— Leo Shlovsky, CEO, Green Revolution

SEATTLE, WA, USA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Green Revolution Wildside Beverages are Selected as one of Ten Hottest THC Beverages in the Country by MJ Brand Insights.

THC Cannabis beverages are an increasingly popular and competitive category as new and existing cannabis consumers embrace edibles in growing numbers.

Leveraging consumer engagement data from earned media, websites, and social media, MJ Brand Insights ranked top cannabis beverage brands by how well they resonated with end users online.

The survey does not measure performance by units sold but rather through user engagement with the brands in their online channels.

Competing with established and respected brands like Dixie Elixirs and Cann, Green Revolution demonstrated significant growth and market adoption for its Wildside line of gluten-free, cannabis-infused hydrating beverages, made in popular flavors like Lemon Ginger Bliss, Blackberry Lemonade, and Mango Tropical Storm.

Formulated with antioxidants and electrolytes and powered by a proprietary UNET nano technology, WildSide is the fastest-acting, most hydrating beverage in the market.

Said CEO of Green Revolution, Leo Shlovsky, “This result is a testament to the culture of innovation at Green Revolution and our commitment to use the finest natural ingredients and state of the art processes to produce products that drive positive change in people’s lives.”

Wildside Beverages is a next generation product that is designed from the ground up to serve the needs of a discerning modern cannabis consumer. With its focus on delivering precise user experiences and manufactured using our wholly organic nano technology, the Wildside line is redefining the cannabis beverages category.

This industry recognition is just the latest in a string of impressive wins for Green Revolution in 2021. Green Revolution won the Best Tincture award at the 2021 Farmers Cup in San Diego. And the Best THC Edible at the Weedcon Cup in Hollywood for their Peach Doozies 1:1 Elevate gummies.

Last Month, Green Revolution walked away with several milestone wins at the Seattle Sun Cup including Best Topical, Best CBD Edible, Best Tincture, and the Best Sweet Edible.

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Copa Airlines resumes flights from Panama to Bahamas on June 5, 2021

At Copa Airlines we are pleased to announce that on June 5, we will resume our regular operation to Nassau with 2 flights per week.”

— Christophe Didier, Copa Airlines’ vice-president of Global Sales

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — As of June 5, Copa Airlines restarts flights from Panama, connecting with the main cities of Latin America, to Nassau, Bahamas. The flights will initially operate Saturdays and Mondays and as of June 17 will operate Sundays and Thursdays.

"At Copa Airlines we are pleased to announce that on June 5, we will resume our regular operation to Nassau with 2 flights per week, so that tourists can enjoy wonderful days of rest and experience unforgettable holidays in The Bahamas, since this destination offers a lot of experiences, and each island has its own appeal, with beautiful landscapes, gastronomy and sandy beaches immensely white," said Christophe Didier, Copa Airlines’ vice-president of Global Sales.

As of May 1, passengers with a full vaccination certificate (including the second dose, if applicable) for Covid-19 of AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech immunizers are exempt from the negative PCR-RT COVID-19 tests requirement, as long as they have been vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entry into The Bahamas.

The passengers who do not fit this profile, including people who have received vaccines other than those mentioned, will also be welcomed in The Bahamas by submitting a negative PCR-RT COVID-19 test taken up to five days before their trip, in addition to applying online for their Health Visa, and completing the daily health questionnaire. Passengers staying in The Bahamas for more than four (4) nights and five (5) days must also have a quick COVID-19 antigen test at an authorized medical center, which also includes many hotels on the Islands.

The Bahamas is an archipelago-country with 700 islands and 2,000 cays worldwide known for the beauty of its white beaches and turquoise hues of its waters, which can be distinguished from space. It offers countless accommodation options, from large five-star resorts with casinos, multiple restaurants with the most varied cuisine from all corners of the world, luxury shops of renowned brands, water parks, golf courses, among other activities, all-inclusive resorts, private villas, small hotels to private islands with all the comforts of a beach resort.

There is an experience for every type of traveler, from the largest casinos in the Caribbean, spectacular golf courses that host international tournaments, multiple options to enjoy water activities, water parks, speedboat rides, luxury yachts, fishing, swimming with dolphins, sea lions or for the more adventurous with manta-rays or sharks. There are also opportunities to get to know the culture, gastronomy, music, etc. of this wonderful paradise.

Couples, whether on honeymoon, to perform their wedding at destination or on holidays, will find privacy and dream scenarios with beaches of endless white sands and crystal-clear waters.

The Bahamas follows a strict health and safety protocol to minimize the risks of COVID-19 spreading among visitors and residents. Entry requirements require a negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test performed five days before the trip and the Bahamas Travel Health Visa obtained online. More up-to-date information on the requirements for entry into Las Bahamas is available at bahamas.com/es/travelupdates .

For flight information to Nassau, Bahamas, with Copa Airlines, visit: https://destinationsguide.copaair.com/es-co/vuelos-a-nasau

ABOUT THE BAHAMAS

With over 700 islands, 2,000 cays, and 16 unique island-destinations, The Bahamas is just 80.4 kms off the coast of Florida, offering an easy getaway that transports travelers out of their daily routine. The Bahamas Islands feature fishing, diving, spectacular boating and thousands of miles of the most spectacular waters and beaches on earth waiting for families, couples and adventurers. Explore all that the islands have to offer on www.bahamas.com/en or on Facebook, YouTube or Instagram to see why… It's better in The Bahamas!

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FOR MENTAL HEALTH: Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights

Citizens Commission on Human Rights

Many who struggled during the pandemic may look for help to return to a "normal life". Knowing one's mental health human rights is an important first step.

WASHINGTON, DC, US, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights, like the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights that preceded it, is so fundamental and basic that it should be known broadly by the general public, yet many still do not know their rights. One group is working to change that.

All human rights organizations set forth codes by which they align their purposes and activities. The Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights articulates the guiding principles and goals of Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR).

In 2017, Dr. Dainius Pūras, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to health, called for a revolution in mental health care around the world to “end decades of neglect, abuse and violence,” stating, “There is now unequivocal evidence of the failures of a system that relies too heavily on the biomedical model of mental health services, including the front-line and excessive use of psychotropic medicines, and yet these models persist.”

Human rights include the right to one’s own mind, and to protect oneself and one’s loved ones against any abusive or harmful “treatments” given under the guise of mental health.

Every man, woman and child is entitled to the fundamental human rights set forth in this Mental Health Declaration of Human Rights, regardless of race, political ideology, religious, cultural or social beliefs.

Given the fact that virtually no human or civil rights adequately protect citizens from mental health abuses, it is vital that the following rights be recognized and that all countries adopt this Declaration.

THE MENTAL HEALTH DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

A. The right to full informed consent, including:

1. The scientific/medical test confirming any alleged diagnoses of psychiatric disorder and the right to refute any psychiatric diagnoses of mental “illness” that cannot be medically confirmed.

2. Full disclosure of all documented risks of any proposed drug or mental “treatment.”

3. The right to be informed of all available medical treatments which do not involve the administration of a psychiatric drug or treatment.

4. The right to refuse psychiatric drugs documented by international drug regulatory agencies to be harmful and potentially lethal.

5. The right to refuse to undergo electroshock or psycho-surgery.

B. No person shall be forced to undergo any psychiatric or psychological treatment against his or her will.

C. No person, man, woman or child, may be denied his or her personal liberty by reason of mental illness, without a fair jury trial by laymen and with proper legal representation.

D. No person shall be admitted to or held in a psychiatric institution, hospital or facility because of their political, religious or cultural or social beliefs and practices.

E. Any patient has:

1. The right to be treated with dignity as a human being.

2. The right to hospital amenities without distinction as to race, color, sex, language, religion, political opinion, social origin or status by right of birth or property.

3. The right to have a thorough, physical and clinical examination by a competent registered general practitioner of one’s choice, to ensure that one’s mental condition is not caused by any undetected and untreated physical illness, injury or defect, and the right to seek a second medical opinion of one’s choice.

4. The right to fully equipped medical facilities and appropriately trained medical staff in hospitals, so that competent physical, clinical examinations can be performed.

5. The right to choose the kind or type of therapy to be employed, and the right to discuss this with a general practitioner, healer or minister of one’s choice.

6. The right to have all the side effects of any offered treatment made clear and understandable to the patient, in written form and in the patient’s native language.

7. The right to accept or refuse treatment but in particular, the right to refuse sterilization, electroshock treatment, insulin shock, lobotomy (or any other psychosurgical brain operation), aversion therapy, narcotherapy, deep sleep therapy and any drugs producing unwanted side effects.

8. The right to make official complaints, without reprisal, to an independent board which is composed of non-psychiatric personnel, lawyers and lay people. Complaints may encompass any torturous, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment received while under psychiatric care.
9. The right to have private counsel with a legal advisor and to take legal action.

10. The right to discharge oneself at any time and to be discharged without restriction, having committed no offense.

11. The right to manage one’s own property and affairs with a legal advisor, if necessary, or if deemed incompetent by a court of law, to have a State appointed executor to manage such until one is adjudicated competent. Such executor is accountable to the patient’s next of kin, or legal advisor or guardian.

12. The right to see and possess one’s hospital records and to take legal action with regard to any false information contained therein which may be damaging to one’s reputation.

13. The right to take criminal action, with the full assistance of law enforcement agents, against any psychiatrist, psychologist or hospital staff for any abuse, false imprisonment, assault from treatment, sexual abuse or rape, or any violation of mental health or other law. And the right to a mental health law that does not indemnify or modify the penalties for criminal, abusive or negligent treatment of patients committed by any psychiatrist, psychologist or hospital staff.

14. The right to sue psychiatrists, their associations and colleges, the institution, or staff for unlawful detention, false reports, or damaging treatment.

15. The right to work or to refuse to work, and the right to receive just compensation on a pay-scale comparable to union or state/national wages for similar work, for any work performed while hospitalized.

16. The right to education or training so as to enable one better to earn a living when discharged, the right of choice over what kind of education or training is received.

17. The right to receive visitors and a minister of one’s own faith.

18. The right to make and receive telephone calls and the right to privacy with regard to all personal correspondence to and from anyone.

19. The right to freely associate or not with any group or person in a psychiatric institution, hospital or facility.

20. The right to a safe environment without having in the environment, persons placed there for criminal reasons.

21. The right to be with others of one’s own age group.

22. The right to wear personal clothing, to have personal effects and to have a secure place in which to keep them.

23. The right to daily physical exercise in the open.

24. The right to a proper diet and nutrition and to three meals a day.

25. The right to hygienic conditions and non-overcrowded facilities, and to sufficient, undisturbed leisure and rest.

Reprinted from the Citizens Commission on Human Rights Colorado website, www.cchrcolorado.org

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights National Office in Washington, DC, has advocated for mental health rights at the state and federal level. The CCHR traveling exhibit has been displayed in Washington, DC, at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Caucus, as well as other locations. The exhibit has toured more than 441 major cities around the world and has educated over 800,000 people on the history and contemporary practices of psychiatry which are still rampant with abuse.

About Citizens Commission on Human Rights: CCHR is a nonprofit, non-political, non-religious mental health watchdog. Its mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enacted patient and consumer protections. CCHR was co-founded in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus Dr. Thomas Szasz.

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Новая команда Murus Sanctus-La Magdeleine будет впервые представлять Францию на турнире конного поло Queen’s Cup в 2021

Москва, Россия, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — После серии местных побед молодая команда по конному поло La Magdeleine из Франции впервые примет участие в британском Queen’s Cup в составе объединённой̆ команды Murus Sanctus – La Magdeleine. В состязании Queen’s Cup капитаном команды выступит Александр Гарез, а в Gold Cup — Коринн Рикар, капитан команды Murus Sanctus. Решение подать заявку на «королевскую» игру было принято после сезона 2020, когда La Magdeleine завоевала призовые медали сразу в трех турнирах: Côte d’Azur Cup («Кубок Лазурного Берега»), Open de Gassin («Открытый Турнир Гассана») и Open du Soleil (Открытый Турнир «Солнечный»).

Владелец клуба La Magdeleine, французский инвестор и бизнесмен Александр Гарез связывает стремительный успех и достижения команды с принципами, которые он заложил при создании клуба: «Для меня поло – это не просто хобби, а настоящая страсть. Я хочу играть с людьми, для которых поло – это еще и стремление к гармонии, единству и свободе. Иными словами, при выборе игроков для команды духовный критерий для меня не менее важен, чем физический или технический».

В команду Murus Sanctus – La Magdeleine вошли Александр Гарез, Коринн Рикар, Факундо Сола, Гильермо «Сапо» Касет, Мэтт Перри. В планах команды La Magdeleine в 2021 году – участие в Open de Paris, Open de France и в серии турниров в Сен-Тропе.

Поло-клуб La Magdeleine создан бизнесменом три года назад. В 2017 Александр приобрел ферму XII века недалеко от Парижа, решив возродить старинное место и вдохнуть в него новую жизнь: на базе фермы он создал школу конного поло, поло-клуб и собрал команду игроков. Внешний вид укреплений и зданий остается неизменным с XVI века. В сентябре 2020 года Александр Гарез решил провести масштабную реставрацию исторических зданий, чтобы сохранить уникальный облик и дух фермы. Большое внимание уделяется благоустройству территории клуба, чтобы создать комфортные условия для работы и тренировок, подготовки спортсменов и ухода за лошадьми. Со временем в пространстве La Magdeleine появятся сельскохозяйственные эко-угодья, развитая инфраструктура и многопрофильная лаборатория, которая будет заниматься исследованиями развития человека и его окружающей среды.

Александр Гарез – французский бизнесмен, инвестор, коллекционер. Спектр профессиональных интересов Александра – от сельского хозяйства до «зеленой» энергетики будущего, а среди его увлечений – искусство, философия, йога, издательское дело, конное поло. Бизнес-проекты Александра имеют широкую географию: они представлены во Франции, США, Украине и России.

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Sayed Sayedy describes Training, coaching and mediation as an independent approach for individual problem solving

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Photo of Sayed Sayedy

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What is training? What is coaching? What is mediation?

MüNCHEN, BAYERN, DEUTSCHLAND, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — What is training?
The term training is probably the term most frequently encountered in a sporting context. There it means „training” or „trying out“ with the aim of improving oneself. Here it has a very similar meaning. It is a question of training and the transfer of knowledge. In contrast to coaching, in training tips and clarifications are permitted; they are valuable and target-oriented. „The aim is for me to pass on to you knowledge and competences that I have acquired as a trainer“, makes the point Mr. Sayed Sayedy.

What is coaching?
Coaching does not involve giving you advice and explaining to you how you can best shape your life, because you yourself can best decide what is right for you. But everybody can find themselves in situations they are not happy with. And it can often be very hard to find a way out by oneself. „My task as a coach is therefore to support you actively in such situations and in your search for the right solutions“, thus, Mr. Sayed Sayedy emphasized in his role as a Life Coach. To this purpose he works with systematics and methods individually tailored to your needs. It is most emphatically not his task as a coach to give my clients advice or even guidance; rather he is happy to support them so that they can feel contented in themselves, to trust in their own strength and to experience more connectivity and appreciation.“ Mr. Sayed Sayedy wants them to feel fulfilled and happy in the present, so that they can look gratefully back to the past and confidently forward into the future. That is his goal in coaching.

What is mediation?
With the help of mediation a conflict can be dealt with very specifically. „In contrast to coaching, where I can search for solution options with only one person involved in the conflict, in mediation it is important that all the parties to the conflict take part in the process”, this is the perspective of Mr. Sayed Sayedy as a mediator. As a mediator he plays a neutral role here. This means that he do not decide which party is in the right, but accompany them on the path to solutions to which all parties can say „yes“.

Bio of Sayed Sayedy: Born in Parwan, Afghanistan, in 1992, he studied sociology and social work in Parwan. While at school and university he worked as a helper and activist for the empowerment of young persons and worked as a trainer at the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association (Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband) until 2013. From 2001 to 2014 he worked as a translator and intercultural facilitator for the international NATO security force ISAF, where he also trained as an IT specialist.

Together with his mother he campaigned for human rights and especially for women‘s rights. This is why he had to leave his homeland and came to Munich at the start of 2015. During this time, too, he was active as a cultural facilitator to minimize difficulties and misunderstandings.

He is currently studying „Training and Development” at the University of Salzburg and is working as a freelance trainer and communications coach in the intercultural field. He is working full-time for the project „HEROES – Against Suppresion in the Name of Honour“ in Munich and in a voluntary capacity as a migration and integration counselor. He assists refugees in asylum matters or with integration on the job market. He is also active for „KINO ASYL“, „UNSER.FILM“, and supports educational and civilian peace projects in Afghanistan and Cambodia.

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Mental Health as a Process: Neuroplasticity and Profiles of Recovery

Reach Out Together Founder, CEO & bestselling author, Aanchal Vashistha

Reach Out Together Founder, CEO & bestselling author, Aanchal Vashistha

Reach Out Together is an ever-growing organization, reaching out globally.

Reach Out Together recruits mental health ambassadors from across the world.

July 12, 2021, marks the fifth annual World Reach Out Together Day.

This year’s eight-hour event marks the fifth annual World Reach Out Together Day.

Professionals from Costa Rica to London, England share their journeys of recovery and thoughts on what that takes.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Neuroplasticity. Neurodiversity. These two concepts of mental health and how to approach it both treat mental health as an ongoing evolutionary process, rather than a static “thing” to be protected. For Toronto-based not-for-profit Reach Out Together Foundation, an ongoing dialogue to break stigma is part of that personal and social evolution.

A Functional Trauma Therapist in Uvita, Costa Rica, Cassandra Hope’s health advocacy draws from both personal and professional experience.

Speaking with Aanchal Vash in Toronto-based not-for-profit Reach Out Together Foundation’s weekly Mental Health Impact Series, she describes an unhealthy lifestyle she had while bartending full-time in her 20s, and how she knew she needed something to ground her.

At first, that was bodybuilding and competitive fitness. However, constant comparison to others developed into body dysmorphia and related chronic health issues.

A turning point for Hope was attending the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. Drawing from this experience and new knowledge as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, she and a partner established the IBS Academy, a platform dedicated to helping those living with chronic IBS and depression.

Noticing a high relapse rate, she turned to research on autonomic nervous system dysregulation, or in simple terms, “how the brain rewires itself in the wake of trauma and abuse.”

She describes trauma as “anything that is too much, too fast, too soon,” evoking the gut-brain connection and what unhealthy eating habits can do to our state of mind.

Following trauma, the pre-frontal cortex triggering a fight-or-flight response to anything triggering traumatic memories is one aspect of “neuroplasticity.”

“The brain is plastic. We can reroute neural pathways…if we’re shown how,” says Hope. While our brains rewire after trauma in ways meant to help us adapt, that rewired brain can then continue to be rewired to ensure healthy long-term adaptation.

Overcoming the stigma from our networks and moving past the internalized stigma of shame is crucial for helping our brains to adapt, Hope says.

“Shame is unfortunately a pathological response. When we are in shame and when we have societal noise that is telling us [to be ashamed]…coming forward and asking for help is a very vulnerable thing.”

Asking for help is difficult, she says, when we aren’t taught how to go about it, or that there are changeable neurological patterns, not personal moral failings, behind unhealthy responses to trauma.

Her advice for those working through trauma is, “Recovery is possible. It’s science! It’s not whether you’re worthy or not.”

For Kate Vrastak, a Cornwall, Ontario-based Social Service Worker who coaches clients in trauma recovery, both lived and professional experience show this to be true.

“Our mindset controls our behaviour,” she says.

At 13 years old, Vrastak suddenly lost her family.

“I was only 13 when I became an orphan, and I decided that my life did not stop. It only began,” she says.

“I could’ve easily given up, but I chose to say ‘No, my life is worth it and there’s a reason why I’m still here,’ and I want to give hope to others out there.”

Similar to Hope’s focus on changing neural pathways to alter our habitual response to triggers of trauma, Vrastak says our subconscious inner dialogue, or “neurolinguistic programming”, plays a crucial role. Being able to mentally revisit events from our impressionable early years to let go of lingering raw emotions and “limiting beliefs”, she explains, is a key part of recovery.

Limiting beliefs are feelings that hold us back, such as fear, shame, or guilt. Vrastak says our inner dialogue can contribute to them, but so can our environment and our network. There’s a role, she says, for community support through foundations such as Reach Out Together Foundation.

Her advice for organizations and anyone supporting a person in their life through trauma? “Show love, validate and listen. Don’t be judgmental.”

Garth Peters, a Mental Fitness Coach living in the U.K., speaks briefly about limiting beliefs. To him, they’re a “challenge” to be overcome in our journeys of recovery.

Peters’s limiting beliefs came in the wake of a brutal attack that left his jaw detached, and the details of which he knows not from memory but from journaling a meeting with a detective after the fact. His then-partner, Lisa, who had been living with a mental illness also passed away to suicide following the attack.

Yet a year later he’d become a Mental Fitness Coach, sharing his message of resilience, faith, acceptance and self-care to help others rebuild from trauma and lost confidence.

“The most powerful thing that helped me shift was acceptance,” he says.

Peters says we each control our own responses to events, but he credits a range of support for their role in his recovery. His family’s knowledge of nutrition, the professionals who encouraged him to pursue counselling training, and a friend in a coffee shop who shared his own story with Peters each played their part in encouraging him to open up and to take steps for his well-being.

“Mindset is key for me,” Peters says, adding his mindset is reflected in his ability to help others.

“I realized how good it felt when I did things the right way…I realized I wanted to help other people.”

For each of these professionals, mental health is a matter of practice and continual work. Each has a unique personal journey, but all overlap in a pursuit of motivation, breaking stigma, and collective mental health.

Reach Out Together Foundation’s aim, says founder Aanchal Vash, is to continue telling these stories, promoting mental well-being “community by community, conversation by conversation.”

For this, there are many more stories to be told.

Reach Out Together Foundation’s work continues with an eight-hour event planned for July 12, World Reach Out Together Day. In memory of founder Aanchal Vash’s brother Tushar, the day will include four panel discussions involving professionals speaking on a range of mental health topics. Tickets are now available on EventBrite.

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OMBRE ET LUMIERE (Between the darkness and the light) Peter CONRAD

Peter Conrad . Couleur Blues

PARIS, 75000, FRANCE, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Peter Conrad is a French blues songwriter and singer. Peter has been singing his own blues songs in French for many years.

He has begun a musical partnership with the guitarist and composer Norbert Miguel to produce four EPs.

Here is Peter’s new record, named « Couleurs blues » including four true blues songs.

All lyrics are written by Peter while all musics are composed by Norbert Miguel.
Check out « Ombre et lumière » (Between the darkness and the light), a song that Peter wrote after the death of George Floyd, to protest against police brutal actions.

Peter has been travelling the USA many times ; he is very much concerned about what is going on over there and that’s why he really wanted to take a stand.

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Braata Folk Singers to Perform at Jamaica Performing Arts Center

The Braata Folk Singers

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The concert will be held on Sunday, June 20, 2021

QUEENS, N.Y., USA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Caribbean Folk Group the Braata Folk Singers will be expanding their repertoire in their first live production since the pandemic began. The New York-based group will include inspirational and reggae songs at their June 20, 2021 concert.

The Braata Folk Singers, under the creative direction of Jamaican born actor, singer, and producer Andrew Clarke, and the musical direction of Joel Edwards, will present “Rebirth” on Sunday, June 20, 2021, at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center at 6 p.m. A contribution of $20 is recommended per ticket. Tickets can be reserved at braataproductions.org/bfs2021. The Center is located at 153-10 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, New York, near the Parsons/Archer subway stop.

Braata Productions is dedicated to giving Caribbean and Caribbean-American artists a platform to showcase their work and talents. Their mission is to transform lives through cultural awareness and the arts and bring Caribbean folk culture, artists, music, stories, movement, and theater into more prominent spaces while providing an opportunity for Caribbean artists to receive greater recognition. The Braata Folk Singers are proud ambassadors of Caribbean folk music. Queens County is home to one of the world’s largest communities of Caribbean expatriates in the world.

The title of the show is a metaphor for the world emerging from the pandemic. Clarke stated the program is inspired by people coming out of their cocoons of homes, apartments, and lofts to a different world than people who lived in pre-covid.

“It is a rebirth of sorts. A rebirth of ways people interact with each other and share space. It is a rebirth in the way we greet strangers and friends. It is a rebirth because we now have a new way of doing things,” Clarke explained. “As COVID winds down, the big query is not how are you doing, but have you been vaccinated?”

Clarke said this is an opportunity for a rebirth for the group as well. “After ten years, we considered discontinuing performances in 2019 before the pandemic hit due to a general lack of support from the community that would allow the group to continue to operate profitably.” The group was largely being offered stipends for performances, which was not a sustainable model. It was then decided that instead of discontinuing performances, we would broaden their musical focus and allow the group to experience a rebirth in the hopes of acquiring more lucrative bookings in the future.

Advanced ticket purchases are encouraged to minimize in-person purchasing and to observe Covid protocols. For those unable to attend the concert, donations are encouraged towards the Braata Folk Singers’ continued existence.

The program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and Council Member Alicka Amry-Samuel.

For more information, to purchase tickets, or to donate to the Braata Folk Singers, visit https://www.braataproductions.org/bfs2021.

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Non Profit Launches Business Pandemic Preparedness System

Press Conference June 1st, 2021, 11:00 am EST; the world needs pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and universal safe business practices.

We have to change the narrative. We need to take the politics out of our governance. We need to come together as a community if we are to be successful.”

— Steve Anderson

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, May 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Over the past year, SmALL businesses have felt helpless, hopeless, unsupported, and confused. Witnessing the pain and challenges felt and faced by honest, hardworking people in our communities, it became very clear we MUST take action. This sparked the inception of the organization called Social Distance Management (SDM).

Edward Henry Company (EHCO) has made the decision to give away all licensing rights and intellectual property of SDM, which includes Social Distance Advisory (SDA), Social Distance Compliance (SDC) systems, and research to SmALL Business is Essential (SBE).

SDM believes that all businesses need universal compliance measures to operate safely during a pandemic and other unprecedented times. By having access to these practical systems, SBE will have the resources it needs to develop the support for all businesses. ALL businesses are essential, and business continuity is the focus. Any opportunities managed from these systems will help all businesses secure and implement adequate steps to stay open, thrive, and have their voices heard.

The Journey of Social Distance Management

In March of 2020, EHCO started SDM with a mission to stand by businesses. Two months later, on May 11, 2020, with extensive research, collaboration and data collection, they released their first version of universal compliance standards.

Under SDM, sub-resources, including SDA and SDC systems, were established to display universal compliance guidelines and assess the threat levels in specific areas to protect the population. The idea to start SDM came from the utmost care about people and businesses, not from a political approach. Universal health measures and the life of our economy are not two isolated conversations. It is ONE conversation.

To contribute to the information gathered, in July of 2020, a Research Internship was formed to discover and outline details on various businesses in Canada and the United States. The outcome of the research included details which contributed to SDC, such as further development of safety protocols, requirements for operation, compliance measures, capacity limits, and PPE requirements. SDM used the data collection to create additional tools, such as self-assessment audits that provide a checklist for what businesses need to stay compliant and operate safely.

Taking its cue from other systems such as ISO, Homeland Security, The World Health Organization, and research from John Hopkins University, SDM developed its Advisory system. This system was developed with the intent to assist businesses and communities in preparing for crises and mitigating restrictions. “There needs to be accountability to the decisions that are being made that affect our small businesses,” said President of EHCO, Edward Henry.

The Advisory system narrows in on the WHO’s Pandemic Phases and the Homeland Security system and uses five levels of risk and threat: low, moderate, substantial, severe, and critical. The colors associated include green, blue, yellow, orange, and red. Each phase clearly defines which business practices, products, and services are considered essential and non-essential and the types of businesses permitted to open during each phase. The Advisory system is currently in the process of implementing data from John Hopkins University, along with data collected by other reputable models.

Despite the aforementioned systems, resources, and extensive research to support our findings, ambiguous guidelines still remain. Therefore, businesses are left without genuine reasons as to why they cannot safely reopen and recover.

A Multi-faceted Problem Requires Innovative Solutions

Stand By SmALL Businesses and Our Communities

SmALL Business is Essential

After spending some time in the development phase, SDM ventured out and sought support from government officials and local politicians. After COUNTLESS meetings and constantly being redirected elsewhere, it was time to take drastic action. Edward Henry states, “Limited power is not an excuse for not doing the right thing.” This year has been about a lot of the wrong things, and in the beginning, SDM was seen as a profit-making opportunity, and taking advantage of a terrible situation. The lack of change cannot continue. Coming together as a collective unit is essential.

For sustainable change to happen, SDM’s resources need to be placed in the right hands. They need to be placed with an organization that isn’t narrow minded, but bilateral with its thinking so sectors, such as health and business can come together. SBE is a not-for-profit association that operates based on three core pillars: pandemic preparedness, sustainability, and safe business practices. SBE aims to collectively arm small businesses with the support, protection, and resources needed to operate safely while envisioning economic recovery and stability through business unity.

This pandemic is not just a small business problem; it’s a world problem. The government’s attempt to segregate businesses into non-essential and essential classifications created ambiguity. This ambiguity initiated the thought that, not some, but ALL businesses are essential. As EHCO releases all of its SDM systems, traffic, assessment, and auditing models to SBE, a new leadership position begins. SBE’s goals encompass the severity of the issue at hand, which is why there is no better person for the job than Steve Anderson. As a Social Entrepreneur, Olympic Gold Medal Coach, and Community Champion, Anderson takes over as President of the not-for-profit association SBE. Edward Henry states, “My choice to recruit Steve Anderson was because of his character, coaching background, competitive nature to overcome challenges, and his experience with a multi-faceted range of individuals.” Speaking to Anderson’s character, he doesn’t make excuses. Steve is a good man, and SBE needs his character to bring everyone together.

Along with Anderson’s motivating character, he is the first African American to coach an Olympic team in indoor or beach volleyball and the first to win an Olympic Gold Medal in either practice. Anderson is highly committed to being the driving force behind SBE to support ALL businesses. He, along with the efforts of SBE, will pave the way towards a better normal.

Our current actions reflect our future results. If we don’t continue putting in effort and showing our care for our businesses, we will continue losing pieces of our community and, in turn, our economy. Small businesses have experienced unfair measures and restrictions, putting them at risk for permanent closure. Continuous lockdowns are not a solution. “This current pandemic has cost over $20 trillion because we were not prepared,” said Edward Henry. The definition of insanity is to perform the same actions and expect different results. “We will do this over again if we don’t start changing the way we do things,” he added. The focus needs to be on Social Distance Compliance and universal protocols to preserve business continuity. If we want an improved normal, we need to stand by SmALL businesses and our communities. There is no better time than now to help businesses transition from lockdowns and longer than expected restrictions.

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