** Challenging beauty ideals : Frida Kahlo and her mono-eyebrow ( cultural heritage )** Frida Kahlo’s extraordinary explorations in self-portraiture are testament to the fact that, in real life and on canvas, Kahlo considered her image on precisely her own terms, celebrating her features – her Mexican identity, upper lip hair and that striking unibrow. … Continue reading Perfectionism is self-abuse: Frida Kahlo vs Barbie?
Hi Tribe 🙂 I hope you are all doing well. Me, I have been quite busy. And I like it. First, my new job is challenging my skills with human resources, and law norms adapting to the present situation. Some of you might remember when I have started writing this blog, I was not … Continue reading Remaster your Mind – British Army Veteran Gareth Evans.
Mullane: A Vietnam vet wants to stop veteran suicides JD MULLANE | Bucks County Courier Times It’s a statistic that haunts Steve Gibson -- an average of 22 U.S. veterans kill themselves each day. “I saw that number and I haven’t been able to forget it. I was appalled,” said Gibson, 69, a Vietnam-era Army vet and retired … Continue reading 22 a day? Welcome home.
“I grew up on eastern Long Island and watched a lot of CHIPS so I knew I wanted to be a pilot or cop. Once I realized how much math was involved to be a pilot, it sealed the deal on becoming a cop. I knew I wanted to do police work but my dad … Continue reading I was a first responder at the Pentagon on 9/11.
Stories are how we think and how we make meaning of our lives. What happens when the only story you tell yourself is the one about your mental illness? https://youtu.be/sh1-9xMZIfQThe power of storytelling | Andrea Gibbs | TEDxPerth - YouTube
Hi Folks, did I say Happy New Year? Today I got this mail from Katie Holmes, uh, nope, not "that" Katie Holmes 🙂 She is doing a great job about collecting comments on the Benefits of Meditation. Here she is: 47 People Comment On The Benefits of Meditation Has Brought Them My name is … Continue reading The Benefits of Meditation – 47 reasons.
Power of Story : “First Responders: Coffee and Conversation" Facilitated by: U.S. Air Force Veteran and Retired Chief of Police Dave Weiner and Sara Correll. Special Guest: Retired Police Sergeant & Former Air Force Captain Michael Sugrue We discuss traumatic incidents and the toll they took on our personal and professional lives. More importantly we talk about … Continue reading Power of Story: Michael Sugrue Police + Air Force Veteran.
Story Time. In 2016, 6 months later my "fake alert", in july, I had the first Panic Attack of my life. I was terrified, thought gonna die or loose my sanity. I was at work, and suddenly it happened. My mind lost control on my body. Or today, I would say that my body took control on … Continue reading Panic attacks