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.
Writer, Kem Smith shares an open letter to her mother.
When a risk does not produce the outcome that we want, we tend to focus on failure instead of going back to the drawing board.
When we were little kids we would all look at teenagers and young adults and envy them for their age and the “freedom” that came with that age. Little did I know that once I reached that age, I would literally cry every other day about wanting to age backwards and go back to the “simpler life”.
Boy bands were very popular in the 2000’s and all of them stole the hearts of girls across the country, but B2K is another story!
It’s fun to ask kids what they want to be when they grow up. If you would have asked me when I was little, I would have told you, “Pocahontas!” or “Alicia Keys!”