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We Need Game Testers for Our New Feature!

We Need Game Testers for Our New Feature!

Hi, everyone! It’s Lacey the community manager here – I am so excited to finally be publishing this announcement with the Shadow’s Edge community!  The open beta version of our new feature for the Shadow’s Edge game is now available, and we need gamers to help us...

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Am I Adulting Right? – Part 2

Am I Adulting Right? – Part 2

Last week we published a blog that was all about the things every young person should know when they move out on their own. "Am I Adulting Right? – Part 1" had a list of things that I learned on my journey to becoming independent. I wanted to continue this list for...

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Reintroducing Our Awesome Team

Reintroducing Our Awesome Team

And appreciating what makes each of them awesome! Hi readers! This is Lacey, the community manager for Shadow’s Edge. During these past three months, we have gained so many new followers on our social media pages, new readers for our blog, and tons of new players for...

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Mobility Aids and the Stigma Around Them

Mobility Aids and the Stigma Around Them

When I’m out and about using my mobility aids (like my wheelchair, crutches, or cane) I get comments and questions like these a lot: ‘You are too young to use a wheelchair!’‘What happened to you?!’‘You are just using those to get attention!’‘Can you work, can you do...

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THE BATTLE AGAINST BITTERNESS

THE BATTLE AGAINST BITTERNESS

It’s hard not to be bitter.  In the macro sense, it’s hard for me because, well, my life hasn’t turned out the way I imagined it would. I’m 32 and haven’t walked in more than five years, I’ve been through intense physical and emotional trauma, and because of my...

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Across the Canyons of Uncertainty

Across the Canyons of Uncertainty

Where do you begin when you discover that everything you thought was going to happen will not be happening after all? Plans are so last year and most of us are paralyzed by uncertainty. This year has served up changes daily and sometimes hourly. If it feels like you...

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Cancer Doesn’t Care About Your Holiday Traditions

Cancer Doesn’t Care About Your Holiday Traditions

Cancer does not get the final word. We do. My family is pretty rooted in tradition. We always spend Christmas Eve at my great-aunt’s house in a tiny little town in northern Minnesota with anywhere from 40-60 people packed tightly into her home. My mom prepped the...

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Job Search Tips for Young People Living With Chronic Illness

Job Search Tips for Young People Living With Chronic Illness

When you are chronically ill, searching for a job can feel impossible. Among other issues, it can be hard to know if and when to disclose your disability. My name is Morgan and I suffer from multiple chronic illnesses. Though I’m back in school now, studying Business...

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