/** * REST API: WP_REST_Response class * * @package WordPress * @subpackage REST_API * @since 4.4.0 */ /** * Core class used to implement a REST response object. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @see WP_HTTP_Response */ class WP_REST_Response extends WP_HTTP_Response { /** * Links related to the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * @var array */ protected $links = array(); /** * The route that was to create the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * @var string */ protected $matched_route = ''; /** * The handler that was used to create the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * @var null|array */ protected $matched_handler = null; /** * Adds a link to the response. * * @internal The $rel parameter is first, as this looks nicer when sending multiple. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @link https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5988 * @link https://www.iana.org/assignments/link-relations/link-relations.xml * * @param string $rel Link relation. Either an IANA registered type, * or an absolute URL. * @param string $href Target URI for the link. * @param array $attributes Optional. Link parameters to send along with the URL. Default empty array. */ public function add_link( $rel, $href, $attributes = array() ) { if ( empty( $this->links[ $rel ] ) ) { $this->links[ $rel ] = array(); } if ( isset( $attributes['href'] ) ) { // Remove the href attribute, as it's used for the main URL. unset( $attributes['href'] ); } $this->links[ $rel ][] = array( 'href' => $href, 'attributes' => $attributes, ); } /** * Removes a link from the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @param string $rel Link relation. Either an IANA registered type, or an absolute URL. * @param string $href Optional. Only remove links for the relation matching the given href. * Default null. */ public function remove_link( $rel, $href = null ) { if ( ! isset( $this->links[ $rel ] ) ) { return; } if ( $href ) { $this->links[ $rel ] = wp_list_filter( $this->links[ $rel ], array( 'href' => $href ), 'NOT' ); } else { $this->links[ $rel ] = array(); } if ( ! $this->links[ $rel ] ) { unset( $this->links[ $rel ] ); } } /** * Adds multiple links to the response. * * Link data should be an associative array with link relation as the key. * The value can either be an associative array of link attributes * (including `href` with the URL for the response), or a list of these * associative arrays. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @param array $links Map of link relation to list of links. */ public function add_links( $links ) { foreach ( $links as $rel => $set ) { // If it's a single link, wrap with an array for consistent handling. if ( isset( $set['href'] ) ) { $set = array( $set ); } foreach ( $set as $attributes ) { $this->add_link( $rel, $attributes['href'], $attributes ); } } } /** * Retrieves links for the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @return array List of links. */ public function get_links() { return $this->links; } /** * Sets a single link header. * * @internal The $rel parameter is first, as this looks nicer when sending multiple. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @link https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5988 * @link https://www.iana.org/assignments/link-relations/link-relations.xml * * @param string $rel Link relation. Either an IANA registered type, or an absolute URL. * @param string $link Target IRI for the link. * @param array $other Optional. Other parameters to send, as an assocative array. * Default empty array. */ public function link_header( $rel, $link, $other = array() ) { $header = '<' . $link . '>; rel="' . $rel . '"'; foreach ( $other as $key => $value ) { if ( 'title' === $key ) { $value = '"' . $value . '"'; } $header .= '; ' . $key . '=' . $value; } $this->header( 'Link', $header, false ); } /** * Retrieves the route that was used. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @return string The matched route. */ public function get_matched_route() { return $this->matched_route; } /** * Sets the route (regex for path) that caused the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @param string $route Route name. */ public function set_matched_route( $route ) { $this->matched_route = $route; } /** * Retrieves the handler that was used to generate the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @return null|array The handler that was used to create the response. */ public function get_matched_handler() { return $this->matched_handler; } /** * Retrieves the handler that was responsible for generating the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @param array $handler The matched handler. */ public function set_matched_handler( $handler ) { $this->matched_handler = $handler; } /** * Checks if the response is an error, i.e. >= 400 response code. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @return bool Whether the response is an error. */ public function is_error() { return $this->get_status() >= 400; } /** * Retrieves a WP_Error object from the response. * * @since 4.4.0 * * @return WP_Error|null WP_Error or null on not an errored response. */ public function as_error() { if ( ! $this->is_error() ) { return null; } $error = new WP_Error; if ( is_array( $this->get_data() ) ) { $data = $this->get_data(); $error->add( $data['code'], $data['message'], $data['data'] ); if ( ! empty( $data['additional_errors'] ) ) { foreach( $data['additional_errors'] as $err ) { $error->add( $err['code'], $err['message'], $err['data'] ); } } } else { $error->add( $this->get_status(), '', array( 'status' => $this->get_status() ) ); } return $error; } /** * Retrieves the CURIEs (compact URIs) used for relations. * * @since 4.5.0 * * @return array Compact URIs. */ public function get_curies() { $curies = array( array( 'name' => 'wp', 'href' => 'https://api.w.org/{rel}', 'templated' => true, ), ); /** * Filters extra CURIEs available on API responses. * * CURIEs allow a shortened version of URI relations. This allows a more * usable form for custom relations than using the full URI. These work * similarly to how XML namespaces work. * * Registered CURIES need to specify a name and URI template. This will * automatically transform URI relations into their shortened version. * The shortened relation follows the format `{name}:{rel}`. `{rel}` in * the URI template will be replaced with the `{rel}` part of the * shortened relation. * * For example, a CURIE with name `example` and URI template * `http://w.org/{rel}` would transform a `http://w.org/term` relation * into `example:term`. * * Well-behaved clients should expand and normalise these back to their * full URI relation, however some naive clients may not resolve these * correctly, so adding new CURIEs may break backward compatibility. * * @since 4.5.0 * * @param array $additional Additional CURIEs to register with the API. */ $additional = apply_filters( 'rest_response_link_curies', array() ); return array_merge( $curies, $additional ); } } Niche Areas | You Matter Life Coaching

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Spiritual health is at the core. Everything revolves around Jesus. If I can coach others about their spiritual gifts, calling and purpose than that would be a wonderful day. As a coach, my mission is for everyone to feel the 9 fruits of the spirit (love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control) and experience it daily.


I grew up in a dysfunctional childhood so I feel passionate about creating good, solid, healthy relationships, which involves thinking the best about yourself and eliminating the negative self-talk that was created. I desire to help people believe what they are, not what they have been told. Each one of us are a Masterpiece…You Just have to Think It and Believe It!


Growing up I didn’t know about proper nutrition or fitness, but when I raised my right hand to join the Military my life forever changed. TSgt Witherspoon, my recruiter, said, “Shannon, you need to lose weight before you go into boot camp.” From that day, I changed my life with food and fitness and have plenty of hours under my belt for fitness and nutrition training. What you put in comes out!


I’ve been through difficult times – by fate, by purpose, and by fault. I learned that my feelings can’t control me! I learned to act instead of react. I could have stayed depressed, feeling sorry for me, playing the pity party, and/or being my very own martyr. Instead, I learned to not take anything personally because of what others do. I learned to be responsible and accountable for myself. I am like an M&M (hard on the outside and soft on the inside, but its okay…means I’m human and have a heart! In the end, I give myself permission on how to feel.


I grew up in a household that was poor, on welfare and food stamps, and had a parent file bankruptcy. I knew I never wanted to follow in the same foot prints so I took classes on money. I have never been in debt, never had a credit card, and made wise decisions about money. It’s all about choices! Wants versus needs.


When attending social events, people are timid, especially if it involves dining etiquette. Social settings may include how to start-up a conversation, what is a proper handshake, what is the correct side to wear a name tag, how to be a guest or host an event, public speaking, proper dress attire for social/casual/business/formal, and in basic terms, how to interact with others in social situations. I’ve been to Protocol School (Event and Ceremonial Planning); therefore, I am skilled to assist people in various social settings. I desire for others to own it when they walk into any room. Keep your head up, shoulders back, eyes forward, big smile, peaceful stance…Confidence is paramount.


Growing up without really having a family taught me nothing about relationships, and as a result I made many mistakes with loved ones, family, friends, and people in between. I stopped the curse and went to counseling. Reverend Haynes taught me the most powerful lessons that changed my life: 1. You can’t make anyone love you. 2. You are only accountable for yourself. 3. You are in control of your life. 4. You can’t change anyone, but yourself. 5. Live by the Golden Rule. — Surround yourself with people that make you better, lift you up. If you want to be honorable, surround yourself with honorable people.

Vocational – (Military and Corporate)

I have experience with starting a new job, leaving an old job, and trying to decide what to do in life. During these times, I had no one help me and I could have succumbed to depression or a dead-end job, but I buckled up and created my own path…let me help you find yours.

When someone is well-balanced, it makes the biggest difference in the world. They have peace. They can conquer any task, none too big. They are happy and have true joy. They encourage others and are happy for other’s blessings. They have confidence and are secure with themselves. They love unconditionally. They are a beacon of hope. They shine bright. They help others. Wow.   But, when someone doesn’t have balance, their life is tilted, they feel hopeless, they feel burdened, they feel discouraged, they feel lost.

 As a coach, my mission to help people and watch them see the mountain, climb the mountain, reach their goal (certain spot of the mountain), and then surpass the highest point they think they can achieve…and then they go beyond what they never dreamed imaginable. What’s your mountain?  Are you ready to overcome it?