I've been writing since I was a little girl. And while I don't consider myself to be incredible at it, I love to write, and have found great comfort in it. I also love to read. And in doing so, I've stumbled upon many words over the years that have helped me to feel less… Continue reading Words On Life, Love, Hurt, and Healing
Some things about weight loss are pretty obvious; working out, changing your diet, buying new clothes, yadda yadda. However, throughout the course of my weight loss, I soon discovered that there were some things I didn't know to expect - many of which aren't often spoken about. So, let's talk about them now. (Always keep in mind… Continue reading Things People Don’t Tell You About Weight Loss
I wake up in the morning, I look in the mirror, and I feel pretty good about what I see. I go on Instagram, I see Instagram "models" and beautiful women everywhere, and instantly I start to doubt myself. They're thinner than me, taller than me, more tanned than me, they have smaller noses, more… Continue reading What if I don’t look like “that” girl on Instagram?
Therapy is one of the most widely misunderstood and misinterpreted practices, and yet, it has the power to be life changing, and absolutely instrumental for growth and healing. I don't know when it happened or why it happened, but somewhere along the way we started to think of therapy in the most stereotypical (and utterly… Continue reading LET’S TALK ABOUT THERAPY: HOW DOES THAT MAKE YOU FEEL?
To the professor at the University of Guelph, I woke up this morning, jumped on Twitter, and immediately felt a pit in my stomach. There it was, a story by CTV News, "Students walk out after prof allegedly mocks classmate with anxiety." "A Guelph University professor referred to a student's aid worker as his 'handler.'"… Continue reading An Open Letter to the Professor at the University of Guelph