“I have believed you, owned you, lived with you, shrunk because of you, nearly broke apart in your hands many times, I have seen how easily you can destroy.”
As Reba was learning to break away from people-pleasing and be authentic, a wise teacher came in the most unexpected form—a hat.
Before Elzbieta could escape her abuser, she had to forgive him. This is her story of liberation, not only from the abusive relationship, but from the past.
Kirsten had all the outward measures of success, but she wasn’t happy, so she quit her job with no Plan B. What happened next is amazing.
“…another craving was welling in Scott’s being, and this longing would not be confined within the walls of an academic institution.”
A jaw-dropping statement and incredible video from a woman who is single-handedly changing the music industry with her courage and authenticity.
A Sikh girl who was ridiculed on the internet for having facial hair makes a jaw-dropping response. What if we could all be this confident?
“…wondering what I was going to do for Mother’s Day. A card just didn’t seem like enough. I wanted to do something really incredible.”
“I honestly believe that none of us have to sacrifice who we are and what we want for money. Nothing is worth that and there is always a way.”
April Lee’s beautiful, moving poem about moments and memories of courage from her life.