And I still keep on searching for happiness somewhere, anywhere, with anyone, by doing something or avoiding everything. I change who I am repeatedly until I no longer recognize myself.
“Journaling allows me to see myself in the process of becoming me. I remember who I was, recognize who I am, and realize who I can become.”
“The years of searching …have finally brought me back to myself… There is nowhere I need to be. There is no one I have to become.”
“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.”
Dmitri’s travels throughout Death Valley and other barely charted terrains taught him how to be present and embrace the moment.
Kathy stopped rushing through each day and living for her to-do list. Here are 10 things that happened after she decided to be more present.
Karin was taught to say thank you to be polite, but it took some deep healing and self-discovery before she could give thanks and feel it with all her heart.
After a long struggle with various eating disorders, Susan discovered her unique path to freedom and health.
An honest poem about self-doubt, leadership, humility, and the creative process.
After years of shaming, abusing, and hating her body, Julia realized the importance of not only accepting, but honouring it. This is her body love story.