You Belong Here

June 20, 2016
I remember being in the fifth grade with a che t that already fit comfortably into a 36D bra I remember even more clearly the day that the woman in Victoria' Secret told me I wa a DD and I made ome wi e crack about being in "double-d denial" before bur ting into tear I remember taking note in little notebook I crawled lo e weight, grow hair, learn how to put on make-up, wear high heel acro the page I remember being followed home ... keep reading

You Don’t Owe Anything to Anyone

May 25, 2016
How many good girl grow up believing that we owe our elve - our time, our energy, our love, our inve tment - to other When I po ted a little handwritten reminder la t week on In tagram, imply tating that we don’t owe anything to anyone, many of you re ponded Ten of women in the loud rejoicing crowd aid that it wa exactly what they needed to hear, but there were quite whi per too Email that aid thing like… … I owe my parent ... keep reading

There is Nothing Wrong With You (& Working My Way Out of a Job)

February 25, 2016
No one know you better than you know your elf  You may have lo t thi connection along the way You may have buried your inner wi dom in the catacomb  of your kin You may do your very be t to avoid the truth that lurk behind corner only to pop out at you when you aren't properly di tracted by keeping your elf very, very bu y You may have di connected with your elf at ome point, becau e the torie  lie that you had been ... keep reading

Nourishing Acts of Self-Trust

January 22, 2016
I'm great at keeping promi e to the one that I love, but when it come to my elf, I can't eem to make it happen  I really want to do _________, but I'm ju t too bu y  If I'm really hone t, I don't tru t my elf to follow through  When we imagine elf-tru t, it eem like thi enormou , all-encompa ing thing that we either have or don't have We may look longingly at the few people who eem to be able to follow through with their ... keep reading

The Right to Receive

October 22, 2015
A year ago, I had tarted to try to a k for what I needed I had tarted it into conver ation naturally, dropping hint or mentioning it whenever it came up And yet,  we were moving and thing were tre ful and there wa o much to do I had tried to a k, but ju t the a king wa o difficult that it required an enormou amount of energy to di cern what it wa that I needed to begin with, even before I muttered the word aloud I a ked what ... keep reading
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