"Pointing to the positive" is one of The 5 Qualities of Well-Told Advocacy Story and it serves as one of the most important foundations of the Living Proof Advocacy approach.
It’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
Beginning in her late adolescence, Gayathri began to experience bouts of extreme anxiety and depression.
Since speaking publicly in local high schools about his HIV-positive status only a few months after his diagnosis at age seventeen, Lawrence Stallworth II has addressed college students, doctors, and legislators, the United Nations and the United States Conference on AIDS.
A guest post from Jen Tuder, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota.
Living Proof received a lovely shout-out from the National Association of Community Health Centers this week.
Today is National Tell A Story Day. All across the U.S. and the UK, people are telling stories to delight, honor, remember, entertain, imagine…and make a difference as advocates, spokespersons and champions. #NationalTellAStoryDay
What better time to recall the Five Qualities of a Well-Told Advocacy Story?