Seattle-based artist, poet and activist Natasha Marin explores what parity would look like in her new audiobook of poems and essays.
How many times had I acted like Queen Bee and taken all the opportunities for myself, rather than encouraged another to use their leadership gifts?
Reportedly 55 per cent of girls between the ages of eight and nine years are dissatisfied with their bodies.
For me, recovering from rejection is a moment by moment decision to retrain my thoughts from feeling worthless to worthy.
After her first weigh in since leaving hospital, Talia realised her baby daughter had lost 20% of her body weight and become floppy and pale.
You’re qualified to achieve great things with your life, but not because of your performance, position, title or achievements.
As a child I suffered emotional abuse and abandonment, told repeatedly that I was stupid and that I would never amount to anything.
The streets of Paris are as empty as those of Delhi. Home schooling is a struggle for the parent in Michigan and the one in Sydney alike.
Have you ever felt others were better than you? That they were more accomplished, better looking? Did this ever pressure you to be a better ‘you’?
It’s a powerful story, and one preacher and author Priscilla Shirer was keen to be a part of, after making her acting debut as Elizabeth Jordan in War Room.