What Do You Believe, and Does It Serve You?

Originally published on Educate4Change on July 31, 2017 By Svava Brooks. Have you noticed my recent blog posts have been building on a certain theme? Each one is written to take you deeper and deeper into your healing. My intent is to help you tackle your core issues and accelerate …

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“The most important thing I’ve learned about depression…”

Originally published on Option B on April, 2017 By Dior Vargas. My depression emerged when I was only six years old. It started after my dad abandoned my mom, my sister, and me. He was abusive to my mom, but I was still devastated when he left because we’d been …

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Motherhood

Originally published on RuminaForMoms.com on Sept 8, 2015 By Nikki For some, motherhood comes easy. Some have great role models, wonderful examples of motherhood, amazing memories of their own mothers that they hope to recreate with their children. For some, the road is a little more difficult. I fall in the …

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Suicidal thoughts

Originally published on Facebook on December 12,2013 by Chad Ponder-Clevenger. Really far-out, metapathetical, transgenitalian, holidatious, attempt at cultivating hope and brotherhood for those in need… Whatever you believe, I hope you believe that you are a valuable, relevant, and essential part of life and the world as it can be experienced, …

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