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Let me be me I don’t deserve to be judged, I’d rather be comfortable and feel like I’m loved,
I’m trying my best but it doesn’t seem right with you always judging me. I can’t win this fight, I want to be happy I want to be free; I want to live without you judging me. I’m trying to accomplish this without being scared. I don’t want to walk into the world unprepared. The big question is can I do it by myself, without any judgment from anyone else. Life is a closed door we just need a key. I just want to make it by just being me.
In November 2012 at the age of 23 I published my first book—Sick: In The Name Of Being Well, I Made Myself Sick—through Balboa Press, a division of Hay House Company. In Sick, I take a heartfelt, close-up look at my personal story with an eating disorder. The book approaches food and body image issues from a holistic perspective and offers a variety of creative, meditative exercises to help individuals define a unique, authentic path to healing. Today, I continue to write about my personal journey, shape new perspectives about eating disorders, and offer various tools for everyday people looking to uplift themselves through my blog. Additionally, I founded my own LLC, Inviting Movement into Life, through which I offer wellness and fitness services. Finally, I hold a bachelors degree in health promotion from American University, where I graduated summa cum laude May 2012.
Ladies and gentlemen get ready for an eye opening show as I have the opportunity to talk up close and candidly with Laura Susanne about her book and overcoming eating disorders!
Giving Myself Permission: Helping You Manage the Emotional Side of Success... Meet Dr. Pennie Murray (www.penniemurray.com): Pennie is an industrial psychologist, speaker, coach and author. She has traveled the country conducting interactive workshops and seminars for the past 13 years and recently released her book, Giving Myself Permission: Putting Fear and Doubt in Their Place.
Her Giving Myself Permission (GMSP) Clarity Workshops™, combine guidance and coaching with proven psychological principles to help individuals manage the feelings and emotions that frustrate their efforts towards success.
From something as simple as deciding where to go for lunch or as significant as beginning a new chapter in your life, you can fall into an unconscious pattern of giving your choices over to other people.
The only way to break out of this pattern and move beyond what's really holding you back is to identify the "what" and "why" of your unknown something that keeps sabotaging your goals. Join the GMSP Community at
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VividLife's Kristen White welcomes Film maker Carla Sinclair and Activist Kate Reid to discuss their documentary Heal Myself which breaks down stereotypes to reveal the humanity within us all.
Heal Myself is the intimate portrayal of a teacher, turned musician, now activist. Combining her talents to break down stereotypes, Kate Reid facilitates anti-homophobia workshops, spreads awareness in schools and provides support to people from all walks of life.
Having felt patronized and ridiculed as a young girl, Kate Reid takes us on her musical journey of self healing as she articulates stand out moments from her life through song. This courageous woman stopped compromising the moment she armed herself with a guitar and reclaimed her voice.
Richard Lutman, author of I Like A Little Bit of the Handsome Americans Myself
I Like A Little Bit Of The Handsome Americans Myself is a quirky road novella set in the early seventies. There is no deep meaning in this novella which took me a month to write. A crucial and very funny pseudo love scene occurs in a Laundromat which inspired the cover. Pacing was important. Most of the action is dialogue-driven so the chapters had to be short.
Richard Lutman lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He has a MFA in Writing from Vermont College. He currently teaches short story classes as part of Coastal Carolina University's Lifelong Learning program. His fiction has appeared in: Verdad, Slow Trains, The Green Silk Journal, Dark Sky Magazine, The Bicycle Review, Epiphany Magazine, The Petigru Review, Deep South Magazine, The Newport Review, Dew on the Kudzu, The Corner Cupboard Press, The Green Briar Review, Bethlehem Writers Roundtable and Prick of the Spindle. He has also won local and national awards for his short stories, nonfiction and screenplays.
For more information visit: http://www.wordrealm.net/#!
oin our host Angela Carr Patteson as she interviews The Love Story Woman of the Month, Renee Hall, the owner of Loving Myself Enterprise. She will share her heart secrets and how she came about to learn how to love herself and create this amazing company and inspirational products.
Victoria Wynn is the author of “"The Lies I Tell Myself - Shifting Your Paradigm One Lie at a Time". She's an entrepreneur in the sense that she believes in the term fail faster which includes one of her greatest fails (and victories). She met Steve Carrell, who she gave shirts from her clothing line. She's a devoted lover of children, especially her own who she describes as "five superstar brilliant beings of light who are more my teachers, than I am theirs."
Victoria is a leader in building brands and giving them an online pulse. Her successful results have been based on three key elements; vulnerability, authenticity, and engagement which is the basis of herl business called The Lies I Tell Myself. Through this project, she reaches thousands of people each day.
Wednesday, July 10 2013 @ 7:00 PM Guest: William Hao-Wei Yang Subject:Discovering myself through others’ STORIES
As a journalist, writer, blogger, photographer, photojournalist and activist William enjoys telling stories that make our world a better place.
Having had extensive experiences working with different local and international media outlets and NGOs tackling issues of human rights, social welfare, LGBT rights, and marriage equality William has discovered that there is a commonality called humanity that causes through us all. . Approaching stories from multiple angles and telling stories in different formats has given him an opportunity to connect on many levels with a truly diverse community.
Op-ed: How My Mom Found Out About My Boyfriend William can be reached at 215-429-5282 and email email@example.com and view his photography at http://willyyangphotography.tumblr.com/
Join Ronald and guest William Hao-Wei Yang on Wednesday July 10 at 7:00 PM to discuss his journey in discovery.
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