Claire’s powerful, evocative poem about discovering her boundaries, tearing free of dependence on others, and finding a deeper sense of self-acceptance.
Don Karp spent 10 years going in and out of psychiatric hospitals for psychosis. This is his story of not only healing, but learning to help heal others.
Lauren thought staring at the phone, disconnected from the world, was what other people did. Then, she caught herself in the act.
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.
Vironika’s inspiring poem about the messy, confusing journey her own self-discovery and getting to know her inner wisdom.
An emotive, vivid poem about breaking through inner walls of safety and, through catharsis, reaching a state of awakening, deep healing, and self-love.
“…another craving was welling in Scott’s being, and this longing would not be confined within the walls of an academic institution.”
“You don’t understand me. I wanted to scream. I wanted to be understood. Cared for. Loved. I missed the point: I didn’t care for myself enough.”
Renata almost lost herself trying to be a good girl and fulfill other people’s expectations of her—until she realized that her desires mattered too.