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We go online. We scroll. Our feeds are inundated with images of photo-shopped perfection, hourglass waists, and hip-length hair. Where are the girls with folds, flabs, moles, and marks? How can people possibly exist without lumps and bumps scouring their...
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There, there. Settle down. Hold my hand. Breathe in. Hold for 4 seconds. (1, 2, 3, 4) And let it out. It will be okay. This is not the end of the world!  With a pandemic paralyzing global activity, a...
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If you are who you follow, then I’m positively confused. My Instagram and Twitter feeds are a hodgepodge of goofy memes, radical socialists, environmental activists, conservative commentators, biased news outlets, and more. Does any single account reflect a piece of...
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So much of our modern identity is wrapped up in labels. Whether it be a sexuality, relationship status, or political party, our sense of self heavily relies upon externally imposed descriptions. This often serves as a counterproductive, immobilizing force, as...
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The world is changing. As the nation surges with activism, protests, and rioting, a cascade of voices flood the media. It seems like every friend, family member, and acquaintance has something to say about this unfolding narrative, for better or...
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