Written by: Crystal-Lee Young The simplest question rarely has the most truthful answer. “Hello, how are you?” I spent the longest time staring at this sentence in front of me. Believing that the universe had also held its bated breath in anticipation, that the blank expression on my screen would rendition an automated response. I…Continue reading Superwoman
Written by: Nanette Dreyer I was going to be an awesome mom. Perfectly tidy nursery with everything in its proper place. No bottles, because I was going to breastfeed exclusively. No long recovery, because I was going to give birth naturally and without any complications. I was going to take every problem that arose in…Continue reading Becoming a mom
Identity in marriage Written by : Crystal-Lee Young After being married for ten years, I have come to learn that both the ideologies of identity and marriage, are as complex as the cosmos. Bringing the two elements into a galactic collision, my thoughts race back through the journey of how I eventually found my own…Continue reading Finding my place in marriage
Finding out what we were created for, probably remains one of the most haunting questions we face (along with the question “Who am I?”). Just when you think you’ve figured it out, it seems to change and the essence of what you were created for, evades you. Along with this frustration, every phase of life…Continue reading Why was I created?
Why identity matters When we’re looking for identity, we often end up in a maze of made-up possibilities. It is so easy to become whomever we want to become. After all, who will know if we fake it. Right?