Like John C. Maxwell said, “You must be big enough to admit your mistakes, smart enough to learn from them, and strong enough to correct them.” Afterall, life is all about learning and growing.
There’s no such thing as too fat or too thin. That’s society telling you what’s acceptable. You look your best when you’re comfortable in your own skin.
Society projects an idea that once you go to college jobs come easy and that life itself is easy. College graduates seek jobs in their career field and find themselves at a dead end.
Trauma remains in our bodies affecting our lives unconsciously. This is why it’s critical to discover, analyze, learn, and let go of childhood trauma.
Many of us have a perfect idea of what love is. Unfortunately, our perception of what love can be skewed. Today’s generation believes love hurts. In fact, some people equate abuse with love. Whether it be physical, mental, or emotional abuse, love itself is not painful.
The problem with the body count question is, it’s almost an invasion of privacy and borderline demeaning. A woman’s worth shouldn’t be determined by her number of sexual partners or experiences. There are more respectful ways of asking about sexual history.