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Truth time: we're all a little insecure.

When I saw the above picture for the first time, I saw only one thing. Despite the fact that this photo was beautifully composed, framed, lit and shot by my talented friend and photographer… 679 more words


Body Image

Ah, yes. Body Image.

I don’t think it’s possible to go through a woman’s blog/journal/conversation without there being at least one mention of body image. It is, unfortunately, the most common topic that girls/women are constantly thinking of/judging/comparing/crying over. 683 more words

Who Am I?

Somewhere between puberty and graduating high school, I’m sure we all had to write an essay with a similar topic? Our teachers at the time were usually looking for something along the lines of I am an individual, I’m just a piece of a much bigger puzzle, or I don’t know but I’m figuring it out. 552 more words



Scars are usually a touchy subject for a lot of people, given that the majority of us have one or two. I remember when I was younger and I tried to talk to a friend about scars and she laughed and said “oh yeah! 759 more words

You of the Shadows

I saw you in those shadows, 

but you never walked on in.

You were always watching, 

considered mostly everything.

Today you came to centre, 

that mirror opened wide. 67 more words

Self-Esteem in Children

Many children struggle with performance anxiety and inadequacies (often unfounded), which are factors associated with poor self-esteem, or a poor self-concept.  A child’s self-esteem can be influenced by factors such as temperament, parenting and parental attitudes to failures and successes, parental self-esteem, teachers, feedback regarding performances and peer relationships.  1,606 more words


Beet Juice

Scripture for Today: Matthew 5:13 “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt has become tasteless, how can it be made salty again?  281 more words