Power

Unlike physical scars that are easily seen on the surface of our skin, emotional trauma and mental health issues often lie hidden much deeper. The truth is, we are only acutely aware of our own reality and the events that we endure. It is impossible...

Oftentimes, not being in a romantic relationship can make us feel left out or alone. But, I assure you, this is not the only type of love. So, I invite you to embrace all types of love, in all its shapes and colors, that you...

Most of us think about Trauma as something very specific and intense in nature such as violence of any kind, rape, accidents, war, natural disasters, etc. However, there are other experiences that might be overlooked because they don’t fit in the above categories, yet, can...

In the same way that the snake slithers out of its shedding skin, the plant suddenly starts bearing fruit, and the caterpillar metamorphoses into a winged butterfly, we as humans find ourselves in perfect conditions for transforming ourselves from the inside out.This year set us...

Our bodies are well aware of the importance of balance; our systems are constantly monitoring our inputs and outputs to maintain said balance. How can we learn from our bodies?The concept of balance has been explored in what seems like never-ending ways. Here are a...

We are undergoing what seems to be a prolonged crisis. The legacy of long-standing systems of oppression, the seemingly never-ending instances of violence, disease, war, and—most recently—global political upheaval have all disrupted mainstream consciousness. What we are experiencing is certainly not unique to the times...

I know I’m not the only one who has been met with faces of disgust when someone finds out I’m on my period or the only woman who has hesitantly and warily whispered around to my female colleagues in search of a pad or tampon if, god forbid, I forgot to pack my own. I’m definitely not alone in getting hit with the “are you on your period?” after an expression of anger or frustration.