Janet Ruth Heller’s vulnerable and moving poem about women who have survived hysterectomy. She calls it a secret sisterhood.
“Why lay distinction, when we belong to the same organization? Why show hostility, when we belong to the same fraternity?” ~Tabna Shahid
Sabrina’s powerful poem about healing, forgiveness, and the profound strength of letting go.
After a long struggle with mental illness and misdiagnosis, running taught Sharon that neither her struggle nor her salvation were “all in her head.”
Claire faced death when her brother died, but little did she know that she’d soon face her own mortality and find strength she never knew she had.
A powerful, beautiful poem describing Julia’s transformation from feeling unworthy and people-pleasing to discovering, accepting, and healing herself.
Vironika’s journey of realizing why all her attempts to help the people around her failed and how she could succeed at making a difference.
What Kat learned about friendship, generosity, and kindness from volunteering at a place run by an unforgettable, inspiring man.
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.
Nathalie tried everything to cure her eczema, trying every miracle product and magic potion. Then, she discovered the real source of her skin problem.