Posts Tagged ‘life uncloseted’

356: Suicide or Bucket List. Now that’s a bold choice! – Chase Boehringer

Darkness. Despair. Depression. Divorce. Sounds pretty gloomy and not anything that anyone would but on their bucket list. It was gloomy, ugly, and daunting, and the only way through was either to continue to live his life or to end it. But before ending it, he decided to do one thing that he’d said he…

354: Bold moves of building relationships In The White House and beyond – John Corcoran

Imagine at 23 you land a gig at the White House. That may or not excite you depending on who’s sitting in the oval office, but, play along here for a moment. You got this gig at the White House, not because you had an Ivy League education, or because your family had money, or…

352: Coming Out Of The Closets of Bullying and Drug Addiction – Mark Stephen Pooler

Darkness. The kind that causes you to retreat into yourself because you’ve been bullied so much you actually believe that you’re worthless. You’ve made the conscious and unconscious decision to hide and turn to a life of self-destruction and drug addiction, rather than face one more painful moment of living in this abuse. It’s a…

350: Fears, Permissions, and Discoveries of Going Your Own Way – Melanie Deziel

We all desire to go our own way. Doesn’t matter if it is in love, work, or life in general. But there’s this little, big word that holds us back – PERMISSION. We come to the precipice of doing our thing, going our way, and then we retreat, waiting for someone, maybe ourselves, to approve…