This is the first blog in our newest series as we count down to the darkest day of the year: the winter solstice. Over the next few weeks, we will be featuring some of the brightest lights of hope in our community -- the true shooting stars in our field.
Unlike much of what came to be lumped under E.D.M. -- frequently playing to feelings like anger and alienation -- dance-pop was, like disco itself, meant to evoke happy, fun, cathartic feelings.
The Emotion Revolution was launched on the basic belief - supported by a growing body of scientific research - that emotions are fundamental to a young person's decision making, academic achievement, and overall well-being.
I am in awe, both of Patrick Kennedy and of Lady Gaga, because, as much as I feel that it is my responsibility to be authentic and honest about my history, it is never easy to talk about it.
The double message reverberating through Catherine Duquette's aptly titled Celebrity Bound is where her one-person multimedia show at Daniel Brunet's resurrection of English Theatre Berlin gets its impact.
Jonah Sachs recommends seeing members of your target audience as heroes in the making and the stars of your stories. This is where you need to inspire and empower rather than promote messages of inadequacy or "not having or being enough."
This week we head to the Emotion Revolution Summit at Yale where the Flawless Foundation is proud to be one of the sponsors of an important collaboration between the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation.
In the film, called The Zen of Bennett, Tony talks about his war experience. Seeing so much death caused him to be a pacifist after surviving it. Killing, he says, is the lowest form of human behavior.
Gaga, I will always support you as an artist and overall person. It is understood that you spoke on Hemophilia the best way you could. Hopefully this will give you some insight to Hemophilia, our lack of fangs, and treatment for the disorder.
You don't have to be a famous celebrity like Lady Gaga or Rihanna to have a personal brand. If you have a website or social media account, you already have one.
Perez Hilton is no stranger to controversy and has managed to stay in the headlines for the past 10 years! He has proved he has staying power, but something you may not know about him is his love for music. He has a new compilation album coming out soon, so I decided to ask him, "15 Questions."
If I'm not really familiar with Gaga and our interests are probably quite different, what in the world could I possibly have in common with her? The commonality that links me and Lady Gaga is this: We were both raped. And we both seem to find some healing in the telling of our story.
Originally published on Unwritten by Erin Pierce. **The content of this article contains content that may be triggering, or emotionally unsettling bu...
Solutions require us to acknowledge the scope of the problem. But it's also time to focus on the growing tide of activism. The problem certainly isn't new; neither is resistance.
I recently had the inspiring experience of sitting down with the associate director for the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence to discuss the upcoming Emotional Revolution Summit (ERS) -- a game-changing effort between the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and Lady Gaga.
So here are five ways that I have found really beneficial in turning my angst into creative fuel.