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JottingsSeptember 14, 2021

JOTTINGS

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Together, we will untether the tight bands that constrict our vulnerability and create space for beauty to bloom out of pain, confusion and the constant buzzing of the world.

In Jottings, we strive to uncover ourselves and our struggles in order to help heal ourselves and our community. It can take only one person sharing their heart, tapping into their personal strength and resilience to set off a massive ripple effect in which others can find empowerment in their own story.

Our society perceives admitting you are unwell as a weakness — and yet, this act alone is a sign of bravery. When you come forth honestly, you are claiming your agency, allowing yourself the space to not be well which is the first step on the path to healing.

I hope that within Jottings, you will find words and snapshots of others’ journeys that resonate with your own — and that through this recognition, you are able to find communal strength and grow to accept every part of yourself..

We are all beautifully unique while simultaneously being intrinsically connected through this shared experience of life. Together, I know we can help each other grow into the strong, self-aware warriors we are truly meant to be.

 

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Just Say Something!

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