By Emily GarzaWeb Content Contributor I recently had to write a personalized essay about how mass media affected the way I perceive myself and my own body. Oh boy, that made me cry when I realized how insecure I grew … Continue reading Being Skinny Shamed
By Jenise Jackson Blog Content Contributor “Everything that glitters isn’t gold.” When I experienced my first “heartbreak”, my mother made sure she gave me those words. For some reason, those words have been replaying over and over again in my … Continue reading Real Love or Toxic Lust?
By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor Loving yourself first has become a popular notion in society, but are we taking it too far? That would be a far-fetched conclusion, because there is no such thing as too much love. Loving … Continue reading Self-Love, Not Self-Absorbed
By Brittney Hemmands Blog Content Contributor During my twenty years of living, I have craved the same thing any other human being would crave: a relationship. It was to my surprise that 2017 marked my three years of being single. … Continue reading Three Years of Singleness
By Shaeleigh Schmidt Blog Content Contributor There are many points in our lives where we feel pressured to jump into a relationship, even if it’s not necessarily what we want or need. When you login to Facebook and see another one … Continue reading The Importance Of Being Alone
By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Let’s get real – sometimes when I feel it’s the right occasion or I get an extra 20 minutes, I like to take my time to get ready and feel nice about myself. Once … Continue reading Spreading Self-Love