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Social Justice Vulnerability

“Justice is what love looks like in public”

March 6, 2017
graphic with anatomical heart and the quote from dr. cornel west, "justice is what love looks like in public"

Dr. Cornel West said that justice is what love looks like in public. Some people don’t know what that means. Behind closed doors, love looks like spooning and affectionate pawing first thing in the morning. It looks like cooking for your partner when you don’t like to cook. It looks like late night trips to the drug store when someone is sick. In public, love looks like fighting for someone else’s civil rights. It looks like caring about the triggers…

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Inspiring People Interview Personal Growth Resilience Vulnerability

How to jump-start your life by jumping off a bridge

September 19, 2016

I am doing a series on inspiring people who are changing their lives through trying new things, persevering, and overcoming obstacles and heartbreak. This interview is the second in the series. If you know someone I need to interview, or you have your own story you’d like to share, contact me and be the reason someone loves their life all over again (or maybe even for the first time). Kym loves to shout at women to reach for their goals…

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Resilience Self-worth Vulnerability

How to deal with vulnerability hangovers + my source of worthiness

September 14, 2016

Glennon Doyle Melton is making the circuits right now for her book Love Warrior, which I am excited to read in my cushy white bed with some cheese and wine and chocolate, in my clean white room, with no one asking me to do anything. So, I guess I should buy some wine. And… clean my room. I didn’t like Lewis Howes’ School of Greatness podcast at first. The intro is loud and obnoxious and he kinda over-promotes his stuff in the…

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