Month: October 2017

Ever Had a Vulnerability Hangover? I Feel a Big One Looming In 11 Days.

13K SharesShare13KTweetPin4Share+1Reddit8EmailThis morning I woke up from a massive migraine before the sun had even cracked the horizon– it felt what I remember hangovers feeling like years ago, but multiplied by ten. As the day goes on I realize I’m on the verge of a different kind of hangover: a vulnerability hangover. I didn’t know what …

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Complicity: Yes, it Actually is “All Men” & Our First Step Should Be Admitting That

13K SharesShare13KTweetPin4Share+1Reddit6EmailOften when I’ve stumbled into a discussion about rape-culture, whether it be a general discussion or on a more specific sub-issue within that (including things such as: male entitlement, objectification of women, degrading of women, sexual harassment, general sexism, etc.), I’ve often caught myself having a recoil moment. That moment when I’d go from feeling like …

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World Food Day: Preventing Famine is Better Than Its Cure

13K SharesShare13KTweetPin4Share+1Reddit6EmailA guest post by World Vision U.S. President Rich Stearns … I don’t know about you, but I can think of at least a dozen more interesting ways to spend my time than going to the doctor. I don’t enjoy check-ups, even though it’s the best way to stay healthy. Over the course of regular visits, …

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