Where Does Appropriation Begin and End? | Who Says?

Where Does Appropriation Begin and End? | Who Says?

This is an important and personal share for me. And, wasn’t in the plan so to speak for this week’s content, but necessary. This piece, this opinion, and my response stems from dialogue that occurred on social media. The original post, which will do no harm or good in sharing, fell ...

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7 Feminine Archetypes Explained | Brave Ecstatic Woman

7 Feminine Archetypes Explained | Brave Ecstatic Woman

The role of women in stories has changed dramatically over the years. Originally, the woman was almost defined as a prop. Someone fortunate to attain a hero’s love. For example, she might be a damsel in distress — save me! Therefore, parts played by women reflected their roles in society. ...

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In-FEAR-iority Complex

In-FEAR-iority Complex

We’ve all heard of the survival instinct termed the fight-or-flight response, our instinctual behavior of either confronting a threat with aggression, or fleeing from a perceived threat, by withdrawing from the situation as quickly as possible.

Fear of Loss of Freedom

Fear of Loss of Freedom

One of the driving forces of humanity is the pursuit of freedom. Ironically, the Fear of Loss of Freedom sounds like it would be the opposite of the Fear of Separation, but it actually comes from the same place. The Fear of Loss of Freedom is the dread of losing your autonomy, that which makes ...

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The Five (Plus One) Fundamental Fears

The Five (Plus One) Fundamental Fears

Have you ever thought about your fears? I mean, really thought of them, considered why they exist? Each and every human being shares five fundamental fears that exist from the ego, and one primal fear that, ironically, is the only one that is “real.”

Our Deepest Fear

Our Deepest Fear

How does fear stop you from being who you are meant to be? What are your deepest fears?

The Human and the Divine

The Human and the Divine

The wisdom of women has long remained hidden. In fact, the root of the word secret comes from the Latin secretus — which means “hidden.”