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Winter 2015 Call for Magazine Submissions

That’s why Hello, Darling is going to walk the journey alongside you this year. In the Winter 2015 issue of the magazine we want to talk about identity, authenticity, courage and bravery. We’re collecting articles for this issue of the magazine, and the turnaround is going to fast! read more

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Courage to Stay Married

We kept our promise. For the last year we've said the hard and good things needing to be said. We don't live in the terse, loud silence anymore. We are us again. But us is irreparably changed, and today I'm so angry about it I can't stop crying on the highway. read more

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The Secret to Being a Grateful Mom (#ILoveYouChallenge)

And even though I felt grateful for them there in the dark, they couldn’t see the smile on my face. They couldn’t hear my prayers. I couldn’t pick them up and twirl them around and dance to long songs with them. read more

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What is Bravery?

I never really considered myself 'the brave one'. Loud, sure. Spontaneous, at times. Joyful, usually. But brave—not so much. Then I asked myself a hard question - the kind that sticks in your throat even when you say it in your head. read more

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Be you, Bravely

It seems we spend all of our time doing two things- living and waiting to live. What we seem to have in common is that we need a nudge. A nudge to get us out of our ruts and routines so that we can be reminded to risk bravely. read more