Tell the Truth, Let the Peace Fall Where it May is about coming clean down to the roots of your being. It’s about walking through the world, through your entire life, in the fullness of who you really are.
It’s taught me the importance of accepting things in life are temporary.
You’ll encounter two kinds of people: those who assume that your workplace looks something like the asylum in American Horror Story, and those who will look at you, stony-faced and say, “Oh. We had to put my aunt in a place like that,” before awkwardly changing the topic.
No wonder we are stressed. No wonder we are so busy.
1. They feel a connection to themselves. The degree to which a person can be accepting of themselves is as much as they can be accepting – and appreciative – of other people.
It’s important to keep in mind that eating disorders are a mental illness – and to say that one could develop anorexia from reading too much Vogue does a huge disservice to the gravity of the disease itself.
Why don’t we write off all of our dumb shit as noble endeavors?
While I seemingly have my life together now… my eating disorder is still something I struggle with everyday.
The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) states that in the United States alone, more than 20 million women and 10 million men have suffered from eating disorders that are clinically significant.
One morning a few years ago, I went to my office early to get some work done. I heard a few recruiters across the room talking about an applicant from Atlanta.