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Come Join our 'Charitable Challenges!'
The More of the Challenge You Complete, The More Money We Donate to Charity!
Pay what you can afford! $3, $6, or $9 per Charitable Challenge.
Come Join our 'Charitable Challenges!'
The More of the Challenge You Complete, The More Money We Donate to Charity!
Pay what you can afford! $3, $6, or $9 per Charitable Challenge.
  • Just by joining a challenge, the selected charity within the challenge will receive 15% of the profits!
  • If You Complete Half of the Challenge, the selected Charity Will Get 24% of the Profits!!
  • If You Complete at least 80% of the Challenge, the selected Charity Will Get 33% of the Profits!!!
  • 33% of the profits will also go to the scientists and authors who created the challenge to continue funding their work to uplift the world!

(See Charitable Challenges Below)
Weathering the Storm Challenge
Writing about a loss or trauma for 20 minutes a day for four days in a row has significant emotional and physical benefits in both the short and long term!
(Based on the research of Dr. James Pennebaker )

Dr. James Pennebaker is a pioneer in the field of writing and recovering from trauma. Your Challenge will be to complete his 'Basic Writing Assignment' outlined below:

"Over the next four days, write about your deepest emotions and thoughts about the emotional upheaval that has been influencing your life the most. In your writing, really let go and explore the event and how it has affected you. You might tie this experience to your childhood, your relationship with your parents, people you have loved or love now, or even your career. Write continuously for 20 minutes."

* Research suggests that for people who already tend to manage emotions through expression, expressive writing which is required within this 'Weathering the Storm' Challenge may be particularly beneficial in reducing anxiety. However, for those who are less expressive or who do not typically express emotion, expressive writing may be contraindicated and not recommended because participants low in expressiveness showed a significant increase in anxiety when doing this type of activity. Please consider this information as you make a decision as to whether to take this Challenge or not.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3830620/

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