WeARE The Clinic

There was a time when opening an independent family planning clinic seemed like a lofty goal for a small group


Womanhood Is Not Defined By A Uterus: Debunking Myths About Hysterectomy

(NAPSI)—Who you are today has less to do with your anatomy than it did when previous generations insisted on defining


Coming of age on the road

At 23, I chucked a conventional lifestyle to live simply, out of a backpack, traveling through 40 countries in search


Learn how to live, choose how to die

Brenda Hartman was 32 and a strong, healthy graduate student working on two PhDs when she got the news –


Conscious Breath

I resisted coming to my appointment.” “Maybe I don’t ACTUALLY want to go deeper inside myself to find out what


Emotional Hunger

One day I looked in the mirror and I just did not see all the changes I had been working


Generational Trauma

My work in the world was carved by unforeseen circumstances. Through a process of understanding, I came to my work


Rebranding her faith

Hanadi Chehabeddine was born in Lebanon and has lived in the U.S. since 2008. She is Muslim and is now


Surviving Suicide Loss

Christopher Benz died by suicide. He was 17 years old. “It has been a while but in some ways it


Bookshelf: Life after death

I was 57 years old. Life was full: a busy career, a mother in a care center, active at church,


Voices on everyday spirituality

Each month we ask our readers to respond to a question. For March we asked: How does spirituality show up in


Shodo Spring

How do you become fully present with the world, just as it is? That’s a question central to 67-year-old Shodo