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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY Y’ALL. Sending you love 💗 (and hopefully a little chuckle) Remember: you are loved—today and always, no matter what your story is. You’re not alone and don’t let ANYBODY tell you otherwise. You can’t pour from an empty cup, and self-love/self-care isn’t selfish, so load up! ❤️💋❤️ ...

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Had an awesome time today with the Jacksonville Public Library podcasting crew being interviewed on their rad “Completely Booked!” podcast. Great convo ranging from working through imposter syndrome as a founder, to comedy, to stigma-fighting tactics in daily life. We’ll let you know when it gets posted. ‘til then, someone get @gabmag92 an iron 😂 (Her mother will NOT be pleased when she sees this) ...

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Stronger Than Stigma

She did the thing!! Super proud of our founder for speaking to a packed house of 300 medical school students from all over the region at the 2019 Humanism in Medicine Conference at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. “Treat Yourself” was a big hit, as were the improv comedy workshops she led. Huge shout out to the organizers of this amazing event who understand the importance of maintaining empathy, mental health, and resilience in our communities. Showing you some serious girl power in these pics💪💪 See you next year in Philly?? @ Sidney Kimmel Medical College ...

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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY Y’ALL. Sending you love 💗 (and hopefully a little chuckle) Remember: you are loved—today and always, no matter what your story is. You’re not alone and don’t let… https://t.co/Ds4zg0edPf

Had an awesome time today with the jaxpubliclibrary podcasting crew being interviewed on their rad “Completely Booked!” podcast. Great convo ranging from working through imposter… https://t.co/rcv2Ur7tBg

She did the thing!! Super proud of our founder for speaking to a packed house of 300 medical school students from all over the region at the 2019 Humanism in Medicine Conference at Sidney… https://t.co/ykFEiO3ZBU

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