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  1. The Chosen Ones
    08 Jan, 2018
    The Chosen Ones
    Today I got a call from my son’s English teacher. She left a message letting me know that my son was disruptive in class today and she needed to speak with me regarding a solution to the behavior. I’m thinking “ here we go”. Another teacher thinking I have the magic wand to fix my son’s behavior and now she wants to have a meeting like I have time for this.. and him!   He needs to get it together, he knows he’s too old to be carrying on like this in class. Well, I call her back trying to
  2. Opening Up About My Disordered Eating and Body Dysmorphia
    22 Dec, 2017
    Opening Up About My Disordered Eating and Body Dysmorphia
    Jess Christin opens up about her experiences with body dysmorphia and disordered eating.
  3. Losing Your Sexual Identity to Motherhood
    15 Dec, 2017
    Losing Your Sexual Identity to Motherhood
    Am I the only woman out there who feels like becoming a mother has completely disconnected them from their sexual identity? I’m not simply talking about having sexual desires, I mean even just having moments of feeling “sexy”. Sure, when I dress up I have moments of feeling “pretty”, “beautiful” even…but “sexy”, I haven’t felt that for quite some time. Losing Your Sexual Self: Motherhood is amazing in so many ways, but for me it also detached any sexual associations I had previously felt for
  4. Society's Complicity in Sexual Harassment
    28 Nov, 2017
    Society's Complicity in Sexual Harassment
    In the wake of women all over the entertainment industry finally beginning to break their silence over the sexual abuse and harassment they have been facing for decades, I think we are well and truly overdue for examining how this vile culture has been able to go on without consequence for so long.  The stories we are hearing about the Weinsteins, Cosbys, Spaceys and Burkes of the world echo the experiences many of us have had in our own workplaces and communities. While we are slowly coming