Suffering from Alzheimer’s, Aniiyah’s mother forgot who she was. Instead of letting this upset her, Aniiyah took it as a lesson. Here’s what she learned.
How can I fix this? …How do I take how I really am and replace that with who you’d like me to be?
One woman’s shocking, tragic Me Too story, and her struggle, decades later, to integrate her experiences into a society where women believe in their own strength.
Janet Ruth Heller’s vulnerable and moving poem about women who have survived hysterectomy. She calls it a secret sisterhood.
An abuse survivor’s short poem about the power words have to hurt us, heal us, and help us move forward.
“Empty vessel, you’re in desperate need of filling, it says. Search. Yearn. Feel hollow. It’s deeper than you could ever reach. The demon just for me.”
A poem about one woman’s journey of healing her body and confidence after breaking her foot in a car accident.
For decades, Karen struggled with body image and eating disorders. This is how she turned her life (and her relationship with food) around.
Angela spent most of her life worrying about anything and everything. Here’s how her life changed when she decided to work on worrying less.
“So please, dear me, be patient. Be patient as I heal, and I learn to love, because no one ever showed me how. I’m learning. Slowly.”