• Claire Dalton

    Let’s face it… the years that we all walk as a teenager are always the most difficult, and my road to discovering my individual worth began here. Bottom line: I hated the mirror and I never felt like I was ever enough. I spent countless amounts of time in Sunday school lessons and seminars about […]

  • Samantha Walker

    Hi my name is Sammi and I am a mother, a dreamer, a traveler and a believer. Well that’s what my Instagram says anyway. More than that I am a survivor and a Mental Health Recovery Warrior.
    Struck by the arms of anxiety and the shackles of depression. I lived over a decade buried beneath the […]

  • Amy Mcauley

    Hi, My name is Amy. I am 43 years old. I am a motivational speaker, coach, fitness instructor, blogger and author, You Tuber and I help people transform their lives. I have had my fair share of mental health issues including a battle with bulimia for 15 years. intense self hatred and an addiction to […]

  • Lydia Wondimu

    Hey, hello, hi. How are you?

    My name is Lydia. I’m a sophomore in high school, born in Ethiopia, but raised in none other than the US. I know I’m pretty young, but I hope my story can aspire others to love themselves endlessly. At only a few months old, I was adopted. It honestly was […]

  • Nicki Nysven

    I am a mom on a mission to spread the word. Through our journey, I have found what I was meant to do: educate others, inspire, and never give up. Lyme Disease Awareness has become crucial to me as my husband and I are the parents of two children who both have tick-borne illnesses. I […]

  • Dr Kossy

    I was born and raised in a Christian home. But fact is I always felt ALONE. there was this void ,this emptiness that drove me to always seek attention. I was desperate for love, for attention, for a sense of belonging..
    This led to my being abused by a relative at the age of 8 and […]

  • Lexie

    When I was younger I always got compliments on my smile and laugh. As I got older, life introduced new struggles and more dark days than bright ones. I remember one time I was sitting in one of my classes my freshman year of high school and something really funny was said. And it took […]

  • Jasmine Tidman

    Throughout my childhood and my teen years, I struggled with accepting myself. Every time I thought I had made progress, a friend made a snide comment about my glasses and I’d be back to not eating for three days. I always seemed to take one step forward and then two steps back.
    Dealing with anxiety and […]

  • Mandy Cheri Limon

    It is not until my adulthood that I began labeling myself as tender of heart. When someone says I am sensitive, I re-frame it and with a smile I say, “Nope…. I am Tender”.
    When we call or label someone sensitive it usually has a negative connotation. There is a stigma; am I wrong?
    I absolutely believe […]

  • Mare

    So I grew up in a Christian home. I have spent most of my life in the hospital. When I found out I had cancer it flipped my world upside down. I got to the point where I was at the lowest of my low. I gave up hope. I got diagnosed with depression, severe […]