Half Of My Heart

Recently, I had the privilege of attending the first-ever HEART CAMP workshop led by Jamie Tworkowski (founder of To Write Love on Her Arms, an organization that spreads awareness about mental health). And though I could write a million words about the workshops, the people, the experience, there's one thing that has stood out in … Continue reading Half Of My Heart

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Love Does: A Farewell to 2017

Anyone who knows me well has probably heard me talk about one of my favorite authors, who I also admire and look up to greatly, Bob Goff. I'm convinced we are meant to be friends, and even though he never emailed me back a few years ago, he has liked several of my tweets since … Continue reading Love Does: A Farewell to 2017

Grad Girl Diaries #5: Who I Am Hates Who I’ve Been

My roommate, Libby, and I didn't know each other until moving in together right before going into the same grad school program. Over the past several weeks, we've found funny things we have in common. Recently, we discovered that we both gave our exes the same exact gift (which we rarely spoke to anyone about because … Continue reading Grad Girl Diaries #5: Who I Am Hates Who I’ve Been

Grad Girl Diaries #4: Can A Christian Be a Secular Therapist?

When I was in high school I probably would have told you that I wanted to be a "Christian counselor". I said that with good intentions; I believed, and still do, that our deepest hurts and hardest struggles can be carried with God's help, however, when I got to college and took a class on … Continue reading Grad Girl Diaries #4: Can A Christian Be a Secular Therapist?