Melissa A. Fabello’s answering just one question: Why is it so scary to call yourself a feminist?
Eating disorder recovery is a really confusing process – mostly because the day-to-day experience of it is rarely discussed. And that leaves a lot of people in recovery confused about what it should look and feel like. So if you’ve ever wondered how to tell the difference between typical and disordered or what “full recovery” is, then this video is for you.
Don’t have time for self-care? Then you could probably really use some. Take it from self-proclaimed recovering overachiever Melissa A. Fabello, who knows how it goes when you don’t know where to start. Check out this Self-Care 101 lesson on exactly how to find a set of nourishing practices that works for you. It’s easier than you think, and you deserve it!
In a society that rejects us, feminism gives us is the revolutionary practice of self-care as a vehicle toward self-acceptance. But in the midst of a break-up, we often forget to prioritize that. So here is what you need to know about what’s happening with your brain chemistry during a break-up and how best to nurture yourself over the process.
Yes, it’s true. Race is a social construct. That fact has been used frequently to deny the very real experiences of people of color. Ever heard or said “I don’t see race” or “Why do they have to make it a race thing?” That’s part of the problem. Here’s a really clear break-down on why race still matters. Let Melissa A. Fabello inspire you to do something about it.