“Never in a million years did I think that I would be part of that statistic.” Jennifer Vaughan, a native Californian, says that growing up on the West Coast in the 80s, she had always heard about the HIV crisis,…
Getting honest with yourself is the best form of self-protection there is.
No two people experience grief the same way.
Sometimes, your heart knows what’s wrong for you before your mind can catch up.
This is the year that you stop playing the same old games that got you stuck in the first place.
“Only so much good can exist in my life before it’s balanced out by the bad.”
These people are littered throughout our path in life. Coming across them, and having to deal with them, is inevitable.
Our behavior is, without question, directly responsible for the outcomes of our lives.
When you get there, you will have to reconcile something, and it is this: to love where you are, you cannot hate the steps that got you there.
From the time she was a teenager, personal trainer and fitness coach Carly-Ann Dell knew that something was wrong with her health — but she didn’t know what.