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Category Archives: Love


By Trish Bentley Believe What People Tell You

New Year’s resolution posts are a standard issue right now. Tiz the season to want to become healthier, smarter, more productive and well, kinder and more generous to those in need. Gyms are packed, google is flooded with search words such as “balance” and…




By Hope Van Der Merwe A Letter To Sadness

Dear Sadness, I know that you know me quite well, even though every time you visit me, I meet a different side of you. You are constantly changing, but in ways that I don’t anticipate. I remember the first time you kissed me; I…




By Cindy Basha Confessions of a Christmas HATER

While you deck the halls and eat Christmas cookies in your Christmas sweaters and watch A Charlie Brown Christmas, I play violent video games and eat raw meat. I tried my best to be merry, but it was like trying to choke down a…


By Christine Wong Beyond The Hashtag: The Women I Lost To Violent Men

Sometimes the personal gets lost when things are politicized, with everything reduced to a hashtag. Dec. 6 is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the White Ribbon campaign to end violence against women. To go beyond 140 characters, here is one personal story about two women…