Is anything keeping you from believing that you deserve good things?

It Took Me Years To Realize I Deserve Good Things

Is anything keeping you from believing that you deserve good things? Read...
Natalie Slaughter of SHESAID    |   11.23.18   |   SHARE
Who decided these "normal" rules, anyway?

How To Let Go Of The Idea Of 'Normal' And Live The Life You Really Want

Let's stop trying to make "normal" happen and let "interesting" run free instead. Read...
Liz Pardue-Shultz of Your Tango    |   11.20.18   |   SHARE
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Surviving The Holidays As An Introvert

As an introvert, it can be hard to find a balance between appeasing your family’s needs while respecting your own during the holidays. Read...
Olivia Pennelle    |   11.15.18   |   SHARE
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What Teaching Taught Me About Empathy

And then I did what some people might consider unprofessional: I opened up to them as well. I struggle with a variety of mental health conditions. Read...
Alexa Hope    |   11.13.18   |   SHARE
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Here’s What It’s Really Like To Have OCD

People just don’t get OCD. OCD is a well-recognized mental illness which affects roughly 1-2% of the population. Yet, it remains badly misunderstood. Read...
Dylan Brethour    |   11.12.18   |   SHARE
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How Meditation Uncovered The Mystery Behind My Triggers​

Meditation became a way to be with myself. No judgment. No right or wrong reflections. I became an observer, a witness to my thoughts. Read...
Dorri Olds    |   11.9.18   |   SHARE
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How Social Media Made My Holiday Season Depression So Much Worse

I soon realized that admiring everyone’s seemingly perfect life was making me spiral into a pit of holiday season depression and I couldn't climb out. Read...
Jen Glantz    |   11.8.18   |   SHARE
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Why Parents Feel Uncomfortable Talking About Post-Adoption Depression

PADS, or post-adoption depression syndrome, is a real thing, but why do so few parents know about it and suffer their feelings alone? Read...
Meg St-Esprit    |   11.2.18   |   SHARE