What you did is not who you are. <Read that again> What you did is not who you are. I had a conversation with a friend recently about some things I did in my 20’s. Choices I made. Relationships I destroyed. Lies I told. It felt...
Authenticity, transparency, and white-knuckled vulnerability are hard to come by these days. However, anything less simply does not resonate with those of us who are truly seeking the courage to break free from our feelings of inadequacy and all that tethers us to a lesser or smaller version of ourselves.
Through her refreshing honesty and generous amounts of humor, Holly encourages and equips others to embrace their purpose and find joy in every moment… even the impossible ones.
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Holly Chamberlain is an advocate, speaker, and blogger. She is the founder of the aMasongrace project, a community organization for suicide prevention. Her widely-read blog It’s Just Me chronicles her journey of surviving suicide loss.
Join Holly here in her latest endeavor, Totally Enough, as she now focuses her energy on empowering and encouraging women.