A message to those who are suffering with PTSD from trauma and abuse.
Five ways fathers and father-figures can give their daughters a loving and supportive foundation.
To the men who helped evolve this list the last 30 years…thank you for being sexy.
When mere humanity constitutes a pre-existing condition…we must become braver, fight harder, resist more…love harder.
This is not a spoiler alert. This is about the rawness of truth.
This Easter, remember the powerless who are standing tall and claiming they are not, nor have ever been, ‘leftovers’.
Willingness to be present with a wounded soul and enter the space of healing alongside them is the most powerful act of kindness and compassion.
Managing PTSD is a dizzying balancing act of extreme proportion. Commitments become essential for survival.
Four lessons I learned from one man at a homeless shelter on unconditional love and humanity.
This armor I had chosen had saved my life countless of times. Surrender meant peeling it off, piece by piece, and still surviving.
I had thought my way into being a fraud.
I had spent 48 years learning and perfecting the fine art of self-punishment and still, I could not hate myself happy.
I had been living in the hell of fear … and I was choosing it. Until one day, I made a different choice.
It is this ability to say “I trust you.” This gives the inner self sovereignty to rule as he/she sees fit, to flow in one’s natural state and not be beholden to another.
There is no force in the universe better able to alter fear from its course than love.
As an adult, I can meet and befriend my shame, choosing to love and accept it. I can choose to accept healing.