Dear Cervix

You’re an integral part of me, but I haven’t wanted much to do with you. Yet I find myself oddly grateful for you during this time of self-isolation.

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The Nastygram Narrative

I used to say the meanest, cruelest things to myself. I still do, but now I catch myself and try something different. In this video, I share about the last time I injured my knees and how I managed to shut up that mean voice in my head.

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Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus

Aven may not have arms, but she doesn’t need them to hold the reader captive with her wit, tenacity, and intelligence. She can teach us all lessons in self-love and self-acceptance.

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Sonya Renee Taylor

Sonya Renee Taylor is a pioneer in showing

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Dear Bladder,

I am making a commitment to you that I will pee just as soon as I feel your first tingle. I will no longer ask you to wait until you’re uncomfortable. There is no need to create stress for you and my pelvic-floor muscles.

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It’s More Important Than Ever to Love on Ourselves

Encouraging women—ALL who identify as women—to accept, respect, and even love their bodies is more critical than ever.

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