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honestly

Remembering the Girl Who Lives inside You

I spend most of my days with my boys, ages three and five. We spend them close, laughing at each other’s knock-knock jokes and talking about simple things. But some days this house isn’t big enough, and I find myself crying into my toast needing a friend. A grown-up to ask me how I’m doing. read more

Brave Collective: Los Angeles

It was inspiring to start the conversation talking about the bravest thing each person had done. We ended the night with the Brave Collective Toast being said by women all over as they journey into brave things. read more

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Redefining the Friendship Loss

In the middle of a very intense season of my life, my two best friends connected over a shared project and from my perspective, for whatever reason, I wasn’t asked to join in. I was left out. I felt like I was in junior high all over again. read more

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When Your Daughter Is the Mean Girl

When I hear the term “mean girl,” I conjure up memories of the movie Heathers or think of anti-bullying campaigns of recent years. When really every girl has her moments of being unkind and even downright malicious. read more

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Encouraging Your Brave Collective

It was the hour before I was to launch the New York Brave Collective, and I received a text. Her curls bounce as she smiled to the camera, sending a clear message to her mother, far away. I want you to know, right now, that I am proud of you and happy about what you are doing. read more