“A Daughter’s Love” by Sheila Clare Walsh

My father died last June from metastasized melanoma. Skin cancer. Typing that, reading it, or saying it aloud–it still feels completely unreal. As though those words don’t apply to me but instead to someone else. Something you will often hear from people who don’t know what else to say is “He’s here, he’s still with…

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Self-Love Through the Space of Isolated Introversion

Photography & Words by Sara Dungo Learning to love ourselves is a never ending endeavor we will pursue until the days of our enlightenment.¬†With an innate introverted personality, I prefer to deal with exploring the depths of existence through a tool I call “isolated introversion.” Isolated introversion is a developmental process, a point when someone…

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