Stories – our bodies/ourselves

Kelly Dobbins

A BODY OF WORK by Kelly Dobbins

I should see a psychiatrist about this because I work my ass off, but I'm uncomfortable going out in public! ...
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Kelly Crowley

GOLD MEDAL MERMAID by Kelly Crowley

When you're the odd kid out at a small Catholic grammar school, you're destined to get picked last for every ...
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How does a flower dare to bloom

HOW DOES A FLOWER DARE TO BLOOM by Ilse Noir

A story about a summer day, a muddy lake in Montana, and facing up to personal fears Continue reading ...
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Isn't that Fabulous Jenna Jolovitz

ISN’T THAT FABULOUS? by Jenna Jolovitz

A story about daring to go topless in France, and the unexpected happens Continue reading ...
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Barbara Stitzer

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CLICK by Barbara Stitzer

When I was a little girl, every shooting star, every coin tossed into every fountain, every candle blow of the ...
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Jo-Anne McArthur

LOVE MADE VISIBLE by Jo-Anne McArthur

A story about one year in the life of an animal photojournalist Continue reading ...
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Moist, a journey out of chapstick addiction

MOIST: A JOURNEY OUT OF CHAPSTICK ADDICTION by Elisabeth Sharp McKetta

A story about how lip balm addiction led to a bigger perspective on real "needs" Continue reading ...
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Sharon MacFarland

MOVING PAST THE FEAR TO EMPOWERMENT by Sharon MacFarland Burrus

Doing this work for women’s health and wellness is the wind in my sails and gets me excited every day ...
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Ode to Gray

ODE TO GRAY by Michele Maggiora

A story about stopping the ritual of dyeing her hair, and letting it go gray Continue reading ...
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Caution Men Working sign

OF MEN, A MACHINE AND A PRETTY COOL MOMENT by Anne Singer

A story about saying "yes" to a construction worker's street-side invitation Continue reading ...
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Simon Chaitowitz

PLAYING THE CANCER CARD by Simon Chaitowitz

A story about living with cancer and allowing herself to play the cancer card Continue reading ...
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SOMETIMES IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS by Sara Arason

One day, though, it occurred to me that what I want might matter. What makes ME happy might be important, ...
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Nalini Nadkarni

VIEW FROM THE TOP by Nalini Nadkarni

I have a great job; I climb trees to study the rainforest canopy. My journey to understand trees started early ...
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WHAT I NEVER EXPECTED by Molly Caro May

A story about new motherhood and her path through unexpected physical difficulties Continue reading ...
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