The Heart and the Bottle: A Tender Illustrated Fable of What Happens When We Deny Our Difficult Emotions
A gentle reminder of what we stand to lose when we lock away loss. “Children … are the most attentive, curious, eager, observant, sensitive, quick, and generally congenial readers on earth,” E.B. White
wheninmanila.com - Hershey Neri Perpetually clumsy, Hershey is but a girl in search of truth, purpose, and her Why in life. People call her an extrovert. A people-person. Sorority girl. Workaholic. Always down for fun. Laughs at almost anything. Kinda gets too noisy at times. Yougettheidea. But deep inside, all this self-confessed fashion girl really enjoys are taking long walks, sipping green tea, and reading self-help books and shampoo labels. A copywriter by profession, and a storyteller at heart, she dreams of one day going around the world to teach children how to read. She likes going places, but since she's still saving up for her own car, she makes do with bus rides. Window seat—with a book on her lap. She word vomits over at www.heyhershey.blogspot.com. (Instagram @heyhershey, Twitter @heyhersheyy)
The exoneration of Premier League chief Richard Scudamore for his offensive emails is a shameful indication of the unyielding attitudes that endure throughout sport In 1994, a 20-year-old trainee physiotherapist
On Tuesday, the US supreme court upheld Michigan's ban on race as a factor in university admissions. Less than 24 hours later, People magazine put Lupita Nyong'o on the cover of its "Most Beautiful" issue.
Editor's note: Mel Robbins, a CNN commentator and legal analyst, is the founder of Inspire52.com, a news and entertainment site for women, and author of "Stop Saying You're Fine," about managing change.