Let’s Talk About Bravery & Fear Week One of Bravery Bootcamp

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I have a question for you: At my core, I am a fearful person. Though I have always admired bravery and viewed it as one of the most attractive traits a person can have, I would never have described myself as brave. Resilient, yes. Brave, no. So I made it my focus to learn about
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What Two Years of Self-Harm Recovery Has Taught Me

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September 10th is a special date. It’s the date that I decided to get help. Two years ago, I was depressed and suffering from PTSD. The way I coped? Harming myself. My self-harm issues began in 7th grade when, after a particularly not-great school year, I experimented with self-injury. It sta
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Join Bravery Bootcamp! A free online challenge designed to have you tackle your fears

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I’m so excited to share that I will be hosting another online challenge called Bravery Bootcamp! Focusing on bravery and fear, this free online challenge asks you two important questions: What are you afraid of? What would you do if you were not afraid? These two questions are at the core of Brave
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Why We Need to Stop Idolizing Celebrities

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Between #goals and #WCE, there’s more and more ways that we can show our celebrity adoration or fixation off. As a culture, we have become transfixed on the lives of our favorite celebrities, wanting to know what they wear, what workouts they do, how they do their makeup. I am so guilty of get
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Social Media Clean Up Deleting the negative so you can focus on the positive

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I spend a lot of time on my phone. So much that I feel guilty about it, that it makes me feel slightly embarrassed and ashamed. And yet, I find myself scrolling through Instagram every spare second I have. But what’s scary about my use of social media is that for so long, it was
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