You want to know what growing up with depression taught me?
Posted in behavior, disability, mental health, mental illness, pain, Self-Awareness, strength, Uncategorized, tagged confidence, Depression, Disease, mental health, therapy on December 17, 2016| 1 Comment »
Posted in gender, gender roles, labels, societal norms, strength, Uncategorized, women, women's bodies, tagged gender roles, labels, like a girl, societal norms, strength on November 23, 2016| 1 Comment »
Every child, for the most part, growing up, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, social hierarchy, or where they are raised, are wished success, wealth, and health from their parental units. Only in the F-ed up situations, where the parents are really scummy people, do they not want the best for their offspring, or their adopts. But focusing primarily on the “good parents” or the parents who desire to see their children succeed, it is a unanimous trait to want a better life for their children versus the life that they had. This becomes possible through sacrifice, determination, and patience. With all of this being said, it is a responsibility for the child to achieve so much because of what their parents are giving up in order for them to accomplish the dreams they have for themselves and the dreams that the parents have for them. (more…)
Posted in beauty, beauty standards, body, body image, body ownership, body projects, body shaming, confience, control, Exercise, fat, fat acceptance, fat-shaming, health, healthy bodies, normal bodies, Self care, Self-Awareness, size, skinny, societal norms, stereotype, stereotypes, strength, Uncategorized, weight, weight standards, tagged beauty, bodies, body image, crossfit, exercise, gyms on December 8, 2015| 4 Comments »