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great read: "I Don’t Know What’s Best for You"

Courtney Carver of the minimalist blog Be More With Less recently had a lovely post titled “I Don’t Know What’s Best for You.” It really struck a chord. 338 more words


I Call Bullshit: Why Insecurity is Ineffective

  I don’t think it’s a surprise that most people cling to insecurity. We live in a world where 20 million women, and 10 million men suffer from a clinically diagnosed Eating Disorder in their lifetime (Wade, Keski-Rahkonen, & Hudson, 2011), and as Dr. 1,844 more words

Demisexual Physicality

For my contribution to January’s Carnival of Aces, I hope to explore how my sexuality impacted my view of my physical self. Sex and gender feature obliquely. 1,134 more words


Strength Testing

Anonymous ate my spine.
It was chewy, with splinters from the doormat nestling in the gristle. She slurped the pores dry of the nectar of strength; a rare find, because Ellie never had much to begin with. 638 more words

Legend (old post)

I resurrect this because it was popular once upon a time. Hope it is not a too recent re-read for you. It carries a substantial message. 821 more words

Belly dancing teaches us self acceptance

To be beautiful means to be yourself.  You don’t need to be accepted by others.  You need to accept yourself.  THICH NHAT HANH

Belly dancing gracefully teaches us self acceptance, it helps change the way we see our bodies and ourselves.   53 more words

Belly Dance

Lament of the Fool

Mistakenly seen as wise

On occasion from the view of others eyes

But in truth myself I often despise

For my role is to forever play the fool… 70 more words