Everyone loves a good story. So which one are you telling yourself?
We may not be able to tell you what we need. But we don’t want you to leave.
Content notice: eating disorder
“Grief was like a seizure that shook me like a storm” – author Patricia Cornwell.
Does less stuff really equal more happiness?
When I started craving a beer in the afternoon, I knew something had to change.
Having a vagina shouldn’t be painful.
Because your feelings are not choices.
Witchcraft isn’t all about cauldrons, pointy hats and eye of newt.
I wasn’t raised to hide mental illness, even during times of crisis.
As Ellen says, “be kind to one another”.
It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A time when I ask myself the haunting question: is my cancer back?
I always thought being married would make me happy. It didn’t. Now what?
I’d had enough of my own temper tantrums.
Regret, judgment, blame, hopelessness – here’s how to kick negative thoughts to the curb.
I am fat. According to the way the world defines it, I am a fat person.
Depression is the most convincing liar you’ll ever meet.