Self Discovery Journal – Paul Kyla

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Self Discovery Journal

Paul Kyla

Genre: Art & Architecture

Publish Date: July 26, 2018

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Self Discovery Journal Over 100 Questions to Get to Know Yourself and What You Want in All Aspect of Life (Self Discovery questions, Self Discovery Journal) Asking the appropriate self-discovery questions can be a very powerful way to discover who you really are, and remove negative beliefs about yourself and get a very vivid knowledge of what you truly want for yourself and your life Many of us have been held by our early childhood experience and thus make us to act in an irregular and unconscious way without thinking and asking our self if it brings a sense of fulfilness and happiness These important questions can stop this way of reasoning and bring about a thoughtful insight and result to a positive change Grab this Book Today and Discover who you really are

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Self Portrait – Sasha Sloan

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Self Portrait

Sasha Sloan

Genre: Pop

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Release Date: October 18, 2019

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory: Mind and The Self – Jim Fleming

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To the Best of Our Knowledge: Memory: Mind and The Self

Jim Fleming

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

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Publish Date: April 27, 2012

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Self Discovery Journal – Paul Kyla

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Publish Date: July 26, 2018

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Self Discovery Journal Over 100 Questions to Get to Know Yourself and What You Want in All Aspect of Life (Self Discovery questions, Self Discovery Journal) Asking the appropriate self-discovery questions can be a very powerful way to discover who you really are, and remove negative beliefs about yourself and get a very vivid knowledge of what you truly want for yourself and your life Many of us have been held by our early childhood experience and thus make us to act in an irregular and unconscious way without thinking and asking our self if it brings a sense of fulfilness and happiness These important questions can stop this way of reasoning and bring about a thoughtful insight and result to a positive change Grab this Book Today and Discover who you really are

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The Haunting (1999) – David Self & Jan de Bont

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The Haunting (1999)

David Self & Jan de Bont

Genre: Horror

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Release Date: July 23, 1999


In the 1860's, industrialist Hugh Crain financed the construction of Hill House, a beautiful but forbidding mansion where Crain hoped to house a wife and children. However, Crain died an unexplained death at Hill House, and ever since tales have circulated that the mansion is haunted by evil spirits. 130 years later, Dr. David Marrow (Liam Neeson), long fascinated by the Hill House legend, brings three people there for what he tells them will be a study in sleep disorders. Theo (Catherine Zeta-Jones) is outwardly brave, but it soon becomes evident that Hill House's sinister reputation has her on edge. Luke (Owen Wilson) quickly finds himself wondering: if this is really about studying sleep, why bring everyone to a haunted house? And Nell (Lili Taylor) finds herself inexplicably drawn to the mansion, with a fascination that soon bears terrifying fruit as the true story of Hill House is revealed.

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Did Miley Cyrus Feel Up Her Future Self? And Other Questions From The 2017 VMAs

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True to Self – Bryson Tiller

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True to Self

Bryson Tiller

Genre: R&B/Soul

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Release Date: May 26, 2017

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Shadows of Self (Unabridged) – Brandon Sanderson

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Shadows of Self (Unabridged)

Brandon Sanderson

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

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Publish Date: October 6, 2015

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8 Things I Wish I Could Tell My Newly Divorced, 27-Year-Old Self

When I was 27, my marriage ended after just two years and seven months.

First came shock, then came denial, then came an outpouring of grief. Then reality set in, and what followed was a painstaking healing process. At times I thought I would never come out the other side in one piece. Yet two years later, I am happily divorced and loving my life.

Despite this, my heart still aches for my newly separated self in the throes of grief; I wish I could share with her some of the things I’ve learned and tell her it’s all going to be okay. I’d tell her:

1. You did everything you could. Stop torturing yourself by wondering what you could have done differently. There is nothing more you could have done and you should be proud of hanging in there for as long as you did. You deserve some kind of good wife medal for all the crap you went through.

2. You have nothing to be ashamed of. When you got married, it felt as though you were declaring your love to the whole entire world. It feels now like you have to declare that you couldn’t make it work to the world. I know it feels like the shame of admitting your marriage failed at age 27 is too much to bear, but remember this; the shame is not yours to bear at all.

3. You need to accept that he is going to move on to a new relationship. I know, I know — it’s the news that you’re dreading the most, the news that turns your stomach inside out with sickness. But he’s going to move on. On the day you find out, you are going to feel like your heart has been ripped out but in time, you’ll digest the information, accept it and absolutely be okay with it. Promise.

4. You aren’t going to move on quite so quickly. Initially, you will feel like the most unlovable human on the planet and that no one will ever look in your direction again. When this passes, you will enjoy a few flirtations. Next, you will panic that you haven’t met someone to get serious with and therefore make profiles on dodgy dating websites, go on bad dates and spend a lot of time questioning your inability to meet someone “normal”. Eventually, you’re going to realize that you simply are not ready to move on to a new relationship — and that it is completely okay to take your time (and have some fun in the meantime).

5. You’re really going to benefit from therapy and medication.
Sometimes in life, things get shitty and we need a little extra help. This is one of those times. You will attend counseling sessions with a brilliant therapist, who helps you realize that every negative thing you thought about yourself was wrong. You’re also going to go on antidepressants, which are going to help lift you out of this awful, can’t-get-out-of-bed fog. This is not something to fear or be ashamed of — by asking for help you’re actually very brave.

6. You are about to learn how amazing the people in your life are.
I mean, you already know this but you’re about to realize it a whole lot more. They will listen when you need to talk, patiently let you cry about the same thing, make you laugh, give you wine/cake at appropriate times, take you on surprise trips, force you to get out of bed and get dressed and at times, give you some harsh perspective. You are so very lucky to have them.

7. You will feel better once you make your peace.
Being angry is a terrible waste of energy. Over time you will realize that, to truly move on, you need to forgive your ex. The anger will eventually subside into indifference. You will be able to acknowledge that you loved him, you married him for a reason and wish him nothing but the best. The sooner you let go of the anger and hurt, the sooner you will start to live the life you deserve.

8. You are about to start living your dreams.
I have great news. You know the dreams and aspirations you put on hold to settle down and get married young? From job goals to visiting different corners of the globe to taking up new hobbies? You’re about to start living them. You’re going to make new friends and say “yes” to every crazy idea thrown your way; you’re going to go on trips of a lifetime, dance ’til dawn at music festivals and take up singing and writing again; you’re going to climb the career ladder rung by rung and set up a new life in the city of your dreams. What’s more, all of this is only the start. Your life is about to get seriously amazing. Hang in there.

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Listen To Fetty Wap’s Self Titled Debut Album

As Fetty Wap prepares for his album release tomorrow, we get an early stream of the 20 track self titled project courtesy of NPR Music. The only features include Monty (Remy Boyz CEO) & M80. Enjoy Fetty Wap’s debut album below. Cop now on iTunes!

Tracklist:
1. Trap Queen
2. How We Do Things (feat. Monty)
3. 679 (feat. Monty)
4. Jugg (feat. Monty)
5. Trap Luv
6. I Wonder
7. Again
8. My Way (feat. Monty)
9. Time (feat. Monty)
10. Boomin
11. RGF Island
12. D.A.M.
13. No Days Off (feat. Monty)
14. I’m Straight
15. Couple Bands
16. Rock My Chain (feat. M80)
17. Rewind (feat. Monty)
18. Let It Bang
19. For My Team (feat. Monty)
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Pink – Mindless Self Indulgence

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Mindless Self Indulgence

Genre: Rock

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Release Date: September 18, 2015

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Happiness in Self Destruction – The Plot In You

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The Plot In You

Genre: Metal

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Expected Release Date: October 16, 2015

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Deep Sleep – Music for Self Hypnosis with Delta Waves – Deep Sleep & Hypnotherapy

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Deep Sleep & Hypnotherapy

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Note to Self. Never Hire a Hot Nanny.

I don’t follow Hollywood gossip at all but while shopping for toilet paper and cat food, I couldn’t escape the supermarket tabloids with the huge front pages screaming the news that Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner are splitting. It’s sad to hear that another family has to go through the heartbreak and upheaval that a breakup and divorce can bring. The reason for the divorce? Supposedly, he’s been having a fling with their hot nanny.
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Now, I’m not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but didn’t anyone pay attention during the too-numerous-to-count nanny scandals of recent years? Shouldn’t you not hire a hot young nanny?

I didn’t even have to Google it and came up with a few accounts of transgressions with the help. Let’s just recall a few nanny scandals from years past:

Arnold, Jude Law, Ethan Hawke.

And now supposedly Gwen Stefani’s husband Gavin Rossdale has been entertaining the help.

I don’t know about you, but the nanny I’d hire? Mrs. Doubtfire.

She makes tea. She bakes. She can kick the hell out of a soccer ball. Plus she has five o’clock shadow, which might help some husbands stay off the nanny.

I’m not blaming the wives for these men’s transgressions. I’m not saying it’s their fault for hiring an attractive woman-AT ALL.

But I’m weak when it comes to desserts and so I don’t bring ice cream into the house because I know I’d eat it all. I don’t have the willpower to not eat the whole damned carton.

Likewise, if you know that your husband has a weakness for the ladies, don’t hire a hot twenty something to mind the kids.

Here’s my criteria if I were hiring a nanny. It’s very simple.

I’d never hire a nanny who looks better in a bikini than I do. Or any woman who has a six pack (that rule doesn’t include anyone who brings a six pack to my house, a six pack of Bud Light is always welcome).

That might not make prevent a nanny mishap, but it might not make it too easy for him. I wouldn’t help him out by hiring hot help.

What about you? Would you hire a really attractive nanny to care for your kids?

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What I Wish I Could Tell My 20-Year-Old Self About Relationships

By Rosalind Sedacca for DivorcedMoms.com

Relationships can be the most challenging aspect of life. Few of us get the insights and savvy advice we wish we had embraced when we were young and starting along the relationship path. I’ve made many partner mistakes in my past, one of which led to a divorce. Today, I’m happily remarried. I’m also a busy dating & relationship coach and I have many suggestions that I wish I had known back when I was twenty years old. So here’s my list based on wisdom I’ve learned through personal experience and coaching dozens of clients.

1. Don’t bring unresolved baggage from previous relationships into your present relationship. And don’t find a partner who does that either. Identify your feelings of anger, hurt, pain, guilt and disillusionment and accept these feelings as lessons learned. It then becomes easier to move on. You can’t have a successful relationship when carrying old baggage from the past.

2. Avoid “fairy-tale” thinking. It’s not your partner’s job to fix you or make you happy. It is your responsibility to be all you can be when you enter a relationship. Dependency and neediness are not attractive qualities, so don’t assume anyone can meet all your needs or desires.

3. The basis for a healthy relationship is friendship. This level of comfort translates into a solid foundation for love to blossom and intimacy to develop. Strive for friendship first before you open the door to the physical and emotional closeness that is so essential to a solid partnership.

4. Be sure your expectations are realistic. Are your demands about weight, age, height, financial success and other factors limiting your ability to find the right partner who will love and appreciate you? You must be flexible, objective and fair in your expectations, so you don’t set yourself up for pain and disappointment.

5. Be able to communicate effectively by encouraging open, honest dialogues. Be attuned to your nonverbal cues and body language that can trigger messages and unconscious signals to your partner. Be alert regarding his nonverbal cues as well. We say more with expressions, voice tone and gestures than we ever realize.

6. Notice any uncomfortable behaviors that would be a sign of impending abuse. Jealously, quick attachment, mood swings, anger issues, verbal threats or distorted accusations are the red flags that spell caution. Address these issues directly and early on. Don’t let disrespectful or abusive behavior become part of your comfort zone.

7. Don’t sacrifice yourself for the sake of your partner. It’s important to be flexible whenever possible, while still maintaining the values, integrity and standards that are important to you. You want a partner who is happy to do the same and values you for who you are!

8. Trust your intuition, which is vital to your well-being. This internal antenna continually sends you messages and if anything or anyone makes you feel uneasy, don’t ignore it.

9. Successful relationships are built on mutual respect. Therefore, the more you focus on negative aspects of your partner, the more you will deny yourself the positive, attractive aspects you noticed when you first started dating.

10. Maintain your individual interests, including friends, activities and professional goals. You must be able to orchestrate your life and not feel smothered by any man or relationship. Don’t be clingy or choose someone who controls or clings to you. You’ll regret it!

Rosalind Sedacca, CCT is a Dating & Relationship Coach as well as co-author of 99 Things Women Wish They Knew Before Dating After 40, 50 & Yes, 60! and True Love At Last for Women Over 40: Answers You Need for the Relationship You Want! Her Create Your Ideal Relationship Kit and free ebook on Smart Dating Advice for Women Over 40: Answers to Your Most-Asked Questions are available at www.womendatingafter40.com.

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Ex-Pastor Wasn’t Going To Set Self On Fire Over Gay Marriage… Probably

Inquiring minds are wondering whether Rick Scarborough, a conservative Christian political advocate who was said to have threatened to set himself on fire if the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, is now merely a pile of smoldering ashes.

Several outlets reported Scarborough’s supposed threat. But it turns out it was a bit of an exaggeration.

The reports come from a statement that Scarborough, a former pastor, made on the National Emergency Coalition show — a podcast linked to a right-wing group Staying True to America’s National Destiny, the Independent reported this week. Scarborough never actually mentioned lighting himself ablaze.

What Scarborough said — referring to how devoted he and his followers are to “traditional values” — was, “We are not going to bow, we are not going to bend, and if necessary we will burn” Have a listen for yourself:

While it’s tempting to imagine a man so fanatically committed to bigotry that he would take a match to himself, it’s more likely that Scarborough meant he’d burn figuratively.

The Huffington Post contacted Scarborough’s organization, Vision America, to ask about any potential plans for self-immolation in light of Friday’s Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage. We have not heard back.


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Kim Kardashian’s Letter To Her Future Self Asks The Big Questions

Kim Kardashian gets thoughtful, penning a letter to her future self in a video for Glamour — and it’s kind of like looking into the reality star’s soul.

A lot can change in 10 years, but Kardashian seems to have everything planned out. When she’s 44, Kardashian wants to remind herself, “When it comes to how you feel about your body, remember to be kind to yourself and enjoy how you look now because you’re not getting any younger.”

She also writes, “Since North is now 12, I hope you remember that pre-teens are going through a lot. I know Junior High is really tough, so remember to have a lot of patience!”

Still, Kardashian knows who she is, and doesn’t think a decade will change that.

“I trust that you will still be the queen of contouring,” she writes, adding, “May science invent a mysterious and delicious green juice to keep you tan forever.” (We would totally invest in this technology, if someone wants to make that happen).

And because Kim Kardashian ponders only the big questions in life, she wonders:

“Are you still filming ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians? … Are selfies still a thing? Are the terms ‘bae’ and ‘on fleek’ so 2015? If not, am I still ‘on fleek?'”

And lastly she writes to her future self, “If you haven’t broken the 100 billion mark on Instagram followers, I’ll be very disappointed in you. Bible.”

Well, it’s good to have goals.

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Learning Self Defense With ‘Hawaii Five-0’s’ Alex O’Loughlin

I was interested when I heard Kapiolani Medical Center for Women and Children was offering, for a $ 300 donation, a women’s self-defense class taught by mixed martial arts champion Egan Inoue and “Hawaii Five-0″ star Alex O’Loughlin.

I signed up, thinking, what a great idea for a column.

But then I got flustered. I tend to get unglued around movie stars, especially around ones I admire such as O’Loughlin.

I hoped Civil Beat Editor Patti Epler would talk me out of the story, saying it was too lightweight. Civil Beat prides itself on its hard-core investigative reporting.

But Patti liked the idea. And if you think about it, there is nothing lightweight about Inoue and O’Loughlin’s kindness and generosity to want to help Kapiolani Hospital, where hundreds of sick children are cured and 6,200 babies are born each year.

As it turns out, there was nothing to worry about. When I arrived at Inoue’s Moiliili gym for the self-defense class, my concerns flew out the window.

The calming factor was O’Loughlin looked different from his “Hawaii Five-0″ Steve McGarrett character. He said he had grown a beard on his recent trip to Australia and spoke to us in his native Australian accent. He warned us he was going to get very sweaty, very messed up.

Instead of his intense TV persona, he was relaxed and funny. His Australian accent made the difference. For instance, when he was talking about potential dangers to women from rapists, in his Aussie-speak, the word rapist was pronounced “rye-pist.”

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I don’t mind telling you, I love “Hawaii Five-0″ with its glamorized island scenery and the high fantasy episodes with O’Loughlin and his crew taking down villains each week.

It was great to see O’Loughlin talking so sincerely to the group of 22 women about the importance of learning to protect themselves.

O’Loughlin said he has supported Kapiolani Medical Center for the entire five years he has been on Oahu because the hospital once cared for a friend’s very sick child.

“This is raising money for a great cause but also to teach you something practical if, God forbid, any of you should get into a sticky situation,” he said.

O’Loughlin knows self-defense. When “Hawaii Five-0″ is not in production, Inoue said O’Loughlin comes to the gym to work out with him almost every day. O’Loughlin is a four-stripe blue belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu.

The first self-defense move Inoue and O’ Loughlin taught us was how to break free when an attacker grabs you by the arm. It was called a wrist escape.

The women in the class partnered up to learn how to break free with one woman in the pair being the attacker, the other the victim.

Inoue emphasized that the goal of women’s self-defense is to escape rather than trying to pulverize the attacker with the type of complicated karate moves favored by Kono Kalakaua, the female cop on “Hawaii Five-0.”

“It is not about eye gouging or kicking someone in the groin. You want to get away from your assailant,” said Inoue.

If you are difficult to control, your attacker will give up and go after someone else who’s easier to pin down, said Inoue.

O’Loughlin and Inoue walked around the room correcting us as we practiced our wrist escapes.

Afterwards, O’Loughlin tested each of us as he played the rapist role, grabbing each of us tightly by the arm, forcing us to break free.

The next move we learned was how to get up and get away after an attacker has thrown you on the ground.

Usually a person tries to get up by leaning forward. In this case, that would be dangerously closer to the attacker. Instead, Inoue showed us how to get up while moving backwards to get up and run away from the attacker.

My partner for the exercises was Kapiolani Medical Center’s chief operating officer, Martha Smith.

Smith said Inoue and O’Loughlin’s self-defense class is a wonderful fundraiser for Kapiolani because it tends to attract many women who might never have donated to the hospital before.

This would be a different crowd from the gala ball, silent auction set.

“It’s a chance to learn something useful and get a good workout as you get to spend time with a celebrity like Alex,” said Smith

There were some military wives in the class and one woman had come to Honolulu all the way from Italy to attend. She said she planned her vacation around it.

The final self-defense move we learned was called “a simple sweep.” It is a move for a woman to use when she is on the ground on her back, face up, with her attacker choking her as he straddles her body — one of the most vulnerable situations possible.

With your attacker already on top, you lift up your thigh, bend your knee and then press your bent knee between you and your assailant’s torso and use your leg strength to scissor him off, throwing the attacker face down on his stomach. Then, of course, you jump to your feet to run away.

Inoue told me after the class that one of his self-defense students used this move on an ex-boyfriend after he broke into her apartment and climbed into bed with her.

“She did a simple sweep, getting her ex-boyfriend off her and then pressing him into an armlock so hard she broke his arm. While her ex lay on the ground writhing in pain, she called the police,” said Inoue.

Hey, I thought you said self-defense was about getting away, not about hurting someone.

Inoue said, “She was so angry at what her ex-boyfriend for what he did, she wanted to hurt him. In the end you do what you have to do.”

This is true. You never know what you will do when you are threatened. I found that out a long time ago when I faced a dangerous situation.

It happened when I was living on the West Side of New York while attending Columbia University. One Sunday night, a man broke into the living room of my apartment, entering through French doors off my roof garden.

Instead, of locking my bedroom door and hiding quietly as I had always planned in my rehearsals for possible break-ins, I burst out of the bedroom and ran directly at the intruder, yelling “What are you doing here? Get out.” Luckily, he turned and ran out the doors to the garden where he climbed over to the next brownstone building to get away.

Just as Inoue said, “You never know. You do what you have to do.”

It is not always easy to escape a violent attack or intrusion. And sometimes, there is no escape for a woman.

After the 90-minute session, each of us got a certificate, a T-shirt and a chance to have our picture taken with Inoue and O’Loughlin.

The event raised $ 14,800 for the hospital. Last year, it raised $ 10,500.

O’Loughlin also donates time to the Boys and Girls Club, Donate Life America and Taylor’s Gift.

“It’s important to me,” he said. “Life is only worth what you give back. I have been very lucky. It is my responsibility to help.”

O’Loughlin follows a tradition of charitable acts that began most generously by actor Jack Lord, who played McGarrett in the original 1968-80 “Hawaii Five-0″ series.

Lord and his wife, Marie left their entire $ 40 million estate to be divided among 12 Hawaii non-profits.

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‘Her | Self’ Photos Reveal What Women Really See When They Look At Themselves

Women should be seen and heard — and a new portrait series uses women’s words and faces to make sure they are.

Created by Jennifer Bermon, the “Her | Self” series is a gallery of 28 black-and-white portraits of women from all walks of life, taken over the past 20 years. Bermon, a professional photographer and network TV producer, asked each of her subjects to write down what she saw in the image of herself and included each woman’s response underneath her picture. The results are undeniably powerful.

“What better way to explore the source of women’s body image issues than to see, and hear, from women themselves?” Bermon told The Huffington Post. “The photos give people insight into who the women really are and what story they want to tell about themselves.”

The women featured in the photo series include an Academy Award-winning screenwriter, an NYC firefighter, a 74-year-old rabbi, a NASA scientist and a high school varsity rower. “I wanted to reveal their inner thoughts — those words that they shared with other women in private conversation,” Bermon wrote in her artist statement.

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“The one word that comes to mind is satisfaction. This is the face and posture of someone who is comfortable and satisfied with her position in life. I am a NYC firefighter in Engine 58 — the best firehouse in the world. I am the result of many hands molding me into the firefighter I am — especially Lt. Robert Nagel –- my hero, my role model. A man who looked life and death straight in the face, walked the walk and talked the talk. To have the best job in the best house in the best city in the world — this explains the smile captured here. It may not always be on my face, but it is always in my heart.”

Bermon started the project 20 years ago when she was a student at Mills College. She described an epiphany she had one day while listening to her friends talk about what they didn’t like about themselves. “They looked perfect to me. I realized, this was a part of normal, day-to-day conversation,” she said. “Did they really hear what they were saying about themselves? Do we, as women, hear what we say to ourselves? There’s something about a photograph that freezes things and gives us time to really see something. Having the women write their words, gave them a voice of their own.”

Instead of simply seeing the women in these portraits, the series allows viewers to learn what these women see in themselves. “The woman’s photo and her words become one piece that stands on its own, with no editing and filtering,” Bermon wrote. “The viewer, first attracted to the photo, is then further drawn in by the emotions revealed by the words.”

Bermon said that many of the women she photographed told her the process was therapeutic. Talking about what we see in ourselves feels good, she said. “When I take photos of the women, I hope to capture them in a simple, straightforward way — what I see. So it’s almost objective,” Bermon told HuffPost. “The photos are a jumping off point for them to write about what they are thinking, it’s all about hearing from the women.”

“The project has been a labor of love,” Bermon said. “The best part is that the other women get it and want to do something to open up the discussion about it.”

“Her | Self” is currently on display at the dnj Gallery in Santa Monica, California until April 4.

Check out more of the images and transcripts from “Her | Self” below.

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I see a woman with questions. Is it okay to be as strong as I am? As smart as I am? It is okay to know what I know? To become a woman? It is okay to be short, ethnic and over 40 in Hollywood? My belly in this photo grounds me, I appear centered. And yet I wonder. Will my baby be healthy? Will I ruin him/her with all the mistakes I will make? I see a woman who is about to laugh or cry, could go either way. I see a girl ever hopeful, who misses her father.”

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“It’s difficult for me to identify with my image in photos. I attribute that to a life-long habit of observation, rather than participation. This photo was taken in 2007. I was happy then, the happiest I’d been since the births of my children: I had managed after eight years of relentlessness to get our screenplay of Brokeback Mountain made into a fine film. Oliver and Amanda were my sole companions and had brought life into my home, my first dogs in nearly a decade, and a great comfort to me when in the following year, Heath tragically passed away, then my beloved older brother/best friend ended his long battle with cancer. Since this photo, Ollie and Mandy have been joined by five more orphan dogs; my foster child and young niece Ashley; and Larry and Faye McMurtry. My home today is very, very ‘alive.’ And I realize, looking at this photo, that this all began in 2007. And I wouldn’t have it any other way…”

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“At 35 I feel my place is becoming clearer, and easier. I try to be practical and realistic. I feel stronger than the 21 year old I was, who thoughts she knew everything. My body is decorated to celebrate my life. The life of my daughter who grew inside of me, the lives of my favorite people who have shaped me into who I am. I will dye my hair blue or wear glitter lipstick because why not? If I can be an example, to anyone, to do what makes you happy then that makes me happy. I am a 5’3” multi-racial, daughter, wife, mother, photographer, crochet enthusiast, dancer, coffee-lover.”

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“You know, what resides within is what’s important. I’ve relied on myself and the resources of my women shipmates to sail around the world twice. We have only ourselves to love in the face of storms and offshore emergencies — and so far we’ve looked pretty good. I’ve been essentially living on the ocean for the past 12 years and my 38 fort sailboat Tertulis has been home to many (67) women on our passages. I hold my head up and have a steady gaze — which shows in this photo. I’m self-referenced. I’m happy. I’m thinking you’re looking right back at me ready to voyage into your future as captain of your life.”

nasa scientist
“This photo shows that I’m a happy person. I have been incredibly lucky to be able to work at something I’m passionate about, combining nature and space missions, studying volcanoes on far-off moons, how the geology of distant worlds was shaped, seeing alien landscapes for the first time… is there anything more exciting? Perhaps being at the edge of a lava lake here on Earth, feeling the almost unbearable heat… Getting where I am in my career was not easy, but it was so much fun. I feel very lucky and content. I think success is not define by where on the ‘success ladder’ you are, but by how far you have come. I grew up in Brazil, where little girls at that time were not supposed to grow up to become volcano explorers or NASA scientists. I persevered and never let go of my dream. I may not fit people’s stereotype of a female scientist. I love architecture, art, and fashion. I can say I feel as comfortable in hiking boots as I feel wearing a ballgown. We should be faithful to ourselves and respect our own individuality and that of others.”

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“I can remember being 5 yrs. old at an audition overhearing the casting director say to my mom ‘Bring her back after she’s lost 5 pounds.’ And by no means was I a total chubster, I just wasn’t boney like some of the other little girls there. Regardless I was rejected because I didn’t meet up to their standards. I felt I wasn’t good enough. That’s pretty fucking heavy considering I was in kindergarden. I guess that’s when it started. So for the next 15 years I lived with the idea that since I was overweight, I was worthless, I was not good enough, boys could never like me because I didn’t look like that girl… etc. That’s such bullshit! This society is killing any inkling of a positive self image for children. Girls aren’t taught to love themselves for who they are, instead they are bombarded with images of 98 lb. girls with ridiculous D-cups instilling that is normal, and that’s how they should look if someone is ever going to love them. It’s sad. At this point in my life I can say that I’m the BOMB, not just because I am, but simply accepting my greatness without worrying what anyone else has to say about it is the shit. Love yourself for who you are. Work hard to live up to your own dreams, rather than an MTV video.”

rabbi
“I like the photo of me very much. I think it shows someone with a good spirit and vitality. One of the advantages of growing older is that I have let go of vanity about my physical self. The external and superficial have become less compelling as life nears its end. My self image was 74 years in the making. I was a much loved child who was fortunate enough to be successful in school and with friends. The directions to which I have put that self-confidence and energy have changed, of course, through the years. Becoming a mother has given me greater insight into myself and others. It has taught me to how to love another more than myself. Becoming a teacher, a political activist and a rabbi have given me expression to the values I espouse. Having confidence to ‘go forth and do’ comes from a very basic sense of oneself. I would like to think that the experiences of my life have helped me to become a gentler, more generous person.”

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“I see a girl who is always striving to improve. Who is always striving for acceptance. When I look at this picture I immediately criticize my look, my thighs, my face. I always have the mindset of ‘This could be better.’ I am very hard on myself in every aspect of life. Looking at this picture I see many flaws. I also see a girl who has accomplished many things in her life, but will never be satisfied. Knowing this, I’ve learned how to cope with my feelings of self image.”

woman with scarf
“I know this woman, but I almost never take time to just look at her, let alone just appreciate her. When I saw this picture, I initially felt good like I was seeing an old friend, but once I became conscious that I was looking at myself, I immediately felt disappointed with my hair, blemishes on my skin, my weight. Perhaps I rarely look at myself because I don’t like the way I look. It makes me sad that I’m so judgemental of myself, because I’m really not that bad. I’m special. There’s something special about me, and I can see it in my own eyes. I can see my confidence, my warmth, that comes from the fighting, loving spirit deep within me. I want that energy to shine first (perhaps it does?). I wonder what others see when they look at me — what do they see first? But that’s not the right question, is it? The question is ‘what can I do so that I see the good in myself first?'”

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“Umm… beauty is intertwined with the self and beyond that… this is me. My perspective is that my eyes look uneven, my nose looks wide, my hair is messy, my cheeks are chubby. I have cleavage! Yikes. I always think I look fat anyway. But why point out all my negative details and tell you what I would change about myself? There’s only so much I can hide from you.”

lawyer mom
“So in love. Ecstatic. At peace. Ursula is unbelievably gorgeous. I wish my son and husband were in this photo as well. This also describes how I feel with them. This doesn’t sound very empowered, but I never truly felt beautiful, and have never been as kind to myself as I have since I met my husband, and when I became a mother. The unconditional love they show me — the first time I’ve ever felt unconditional love — teaches me to learn to love myself unconditionally too. Though of course I still struggle. Some days I feel fit and beautiful. Other days, I think I’m fat and unattractive. And then I remember Ursula, and how I was her to love herself as a woman, however she is, always, and I try to love myself again.

rower
“‘500 meters left and we are two seats down ladies, let’s empty the tanks.’ The thrill I receive when these commands are screamed at me is undescribable. It is the moments like these that define us as a person. Whether you give into that dark place, or forget about the pain and continue, the choice is yours. When I first started rowing, I called it a sport. However, it is so much more, it has become my life. I find myself constantly talking about it, thinking about it, craving it. Some may view this picture as a blonde girl smiling, but I see a girl who will stop at nothing until her goals are achieved. I will forever be thankful for the lessons that it has taught me, and the person that I call myself today.”

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American Voices: Court: Man Can’t Sue Applebee’s For Burning Self On Fajitas While Praying

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YouTuber Andrea Russett Gets Real With Her Future Self In Cute Video Letter

YouTube’s #DearMe campaign has women posting video letters to their younger selves. Andrea Russett uploaded something similar, but she’s going a few years in the other direction.

In a sort of video time capsule, the YouTuber talks to her future self about her favorite things, her current goals and her fear of not knowing the future.

“I’m pretty freaked out by the fact that I have no idea what I’ll be doing in five years, 10 years, even a year from now,” she said in the video.

She hopes her future self will listen to the same bands and finally learn how to park, but she also has some advice for herself years down the road: take your time to accomplish your goals and wait for the right guy.

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8 Years a Divorcee: 8 Things I’d Tell My Freshly Divorced Self

The holiday season is a crazy one. Time seems to move faster, obligations pile up all around us and there are hundreds of things we think we should be doing at any given moment. It’s hard to put the brakes on in November and December. But that’s exactly what I’ve been doing.

You see, there are two dates that have special meaning to me during this rushed, exciting season. Not special like the birth of a child or a holiday, but things happened on those dates that have made indelible marks on my life. Kind of made me who I am today. And for those reasons, I acknowledge them. Not with any fanfare, mind you. There are no announcements made, no celebrations to be had. But still. I pause, momentarily on each of these days, and remember.

The first one hits in November. It’s my now-defunct wedding anniversary. We got married on Thanksgiving. I was a blushing bride, five months pregnant and giddy with anticipation to begin a new phase in life. I have nothing but good memories of that day; despite the giddiness gradually giving way first to complacency and then to much darker emotions, the memories are nice.

Then, just around the corner, is the anniversary of my divorce. That one lands in the beginning of December. Thirteen years, a house and four kids later. The memories of this one aren’t pretty or fun or dotted with sweet flashbacks. It was the final blow of a two-years-long beating, and in some ways it was a blessing. The date used to be a black mark on my calendar, THE DAY EVERYTHING ENDED. Now, I see it more as THE DAY EVERYTHING BEGAN.

It’s 8 years now. There were times I didn’t think I’d live through the first year, but I did. And each year after that as well. Some were harder to get through than others, but here I am: older, wiser and somehow…happier. I wish I could go back in time and let Newly Divorced Jenny know that things were going to be okay. I’d sit down with that terrified, sad woman, make her a dirty martini (which she didn’t know would become her favorite cocktail) and tell her what I’ve learned:

1. You did the best you could. There will be people who are going to make you feel guilty about being divorced. Make you feel as if you didn’t try hard enough, didn’t make the right sacrifices. Your ex is going to do this, too. Head games and guilt trips and bizarre behavior that will make you question every single thing you’ve done to get to this point, this consciously uncoupled state. Screw them. And screw the notion that you didn’t try to save your marriage with everything you had. You did try, you tried harder than most people would have. You showed more grace than necessary, more class than needed. You became the poster child for dignity, and you did all of that while solo-parenting four children. Own your part in this, my dear: you rocked it.

2. You should sell the house, right now. Sell it, give it to your ex, do whatever you can do to get this albatross off your neck. Yes, I know it’s a box full ‘o memories, but my friend…it’s time to be done. The three mortgages will end up breaking your back, and your credit. You’re going to discover, albeit a little bit late in the game, that home is indeed where the heart is. And you can move your heart somewhere better. You’re hanging onto it for all the wrong reasons. To quote a movie that your kids will thankfully be too old to become obsessed with, “LET IT GO.”

3. Don’t rush into the dating thing. Honey, I know you’re hellbent on getting back into the game, that you need to show yourself and everyone else that you can still do it, but slow down. Focus on repairing. There is brokenness all around you, and despite the nagging feeling that you’re missing Mr. Right, you need to be in fixing mode for a while. Believe me…if Mr. Right is out there, he’ll wait until you’re ready. That’s why he’s Mr. Right. Oh, and FYI: when you see the Mullet guy on eHarmony, just say no. Dude did time for domestic assault. And he’s still married. A married felon. You’re welcome. And now please see #4.

4. You will have sex again. And again, and again. Remember that day, after some of the fog began clearing, and you realized your sole source of all things sex-related was gone? I do. You were getting the mail and actually said, out loud, “Oh my God. Who am I going to have sex with now that he’s gone?” Fifteen years of being with just one person is kind of habit-forming (well, at least it was for you). For a long time after he left, sex was the furthest thing from your mind. But then it wasn’t. It was pretty damn close to your mind. Like, on top of it, in heat and quite possibly humping it. Know that the desire to have sex is natural and the fact that your Sexy Spidey Senses are tingling again is GOOD and NORMAL. But take this advice: choose wisely. Believe it or not, you will have several fellas to choose from. Some of them will be great for scratching that itch. Some will be fun to flirt with, and some will be best left alone. I will tell you that the guy who is remodeling your neighbor’s kitchen is definitely one of the latter. I know you’re lonely, girl, but do you not see his striking resemblance to Captain Caveman? PASS.

5. You aren’t going to hate him forever. No, not Kevin James. It’s 2014 and we still can’t stand that actor. Seriously, must you pull out the ‘dancing fat guy’ shtick in every single movie, Paul Blart? The “him” I’m referring to is your ex-husband. Right now, there is nobody on earth you love less. Lucifer himself sounds like a fabulous companion compared to the man who broke your heart. But there will be a day when the hate is just gone. Poof. You will change his name in your phone from “A HOLE” to “HIS REAL NAME.” Your lips won’t purse and your nose won’t wrinkle and your eyes won’t scrunch when you speak of him. No, you will never be the president of his fan club, but you will be relieved of the back-breaking burden that is hate. And it will feel all kinds of amazing. In the meantime? Take advantage of that hatey energy. Clean the damn garage.

6. Wait, what? Another dirty martini? Of course! Didn’t I say you’d love them?

6. Your kids will survive. Oh sweet Jesus of Nazareth. The children. It’s almost unbearable to look at them right now, isn’t it? The pain is so fresh and so vivid in their faces. That’s where most of the rage comes from, my dear. I mean, yeah, it bites the big one to be cheated on, but your kids? The dismemberment of your marriage has hurt your offspring, and that evokes an almost-otherworldly fury from you. Know this, woman: each one of them hurts, that’s true. They handle their pain in different ways. Four kids, four ways of dealing with it. None of them are easy, and a couple of them are downright horrifying. You’re going to be tested, my friend. Your limits to what you can take are going to be pulled and stretched like taffy, until you think you cannot possibly handle anything else. And then you get more to handle.

Spoiler alert. You handle it like a goddamn boss. The two older ones? They are almost 21 and 19 now. Both in college. Both thriving and healthy and happy. One of them is in love! The two younger ones are still home with you. They are both giant teenagers now and spending time with them is like a salve on your soul. You have wonderful relationships with all of the kids. Thick as thieves, you are. And you know why? Because you stuck it out with them. You were there for them when they needed you, and you never, ever gave up.

(P.S. For Christmas of 2012 our daughter Molly buys you a toaster. You hide in the kitchen so the kids can’t see you bawling over a freaking toaster. Yeah, you are still a big crybaby. Sorry.)

7. This is going to feel like the worst thing ever. Until you realize it’s not. Your middle name is going to be Woe Is Me for a while, and honey, that’s okay. Woe is you, no question. But then you’re going to notice that planet Earth has been merrily spinning away while you were embroiled in what felt like mortal combat. People’s lives were changing, kids were growing, the economy was getting ready to take a massive dump. Things are going to happen, some bad things, some scary things. People you love are going to get sick. You and the kids are going to hit some hard bumps in the road.

You’re going to discover that your divorce, as painful and exhausting and traumatic as it was, wasn’t the end of the world. It sucked, no doubt about it. But it didn’t kill you. You will learn the difference between “bad” and “awful”, my friend. It’s not a pretty lesson, but it’s something you never forget.

8. There is no limit to what you can achieve. This one is the most important, so I’m going to repeat it: THERE IS NO LIMIT TO WHAT YOU CAN ACHIEVE. Oh, what’s that? You say that getting out of bed these days takes all you have? I get it. And that’s okay. It’s to be expected. Your world was torn asunder, girl, it takes time to recover. Time to work everything out. And when you’re living in the aftermath of a brutal divorce, everything doesn’t always work out with ease. You’re going to face obstacles that scare the crap out of you, challenges that make you feel like a tiny, trembling David staring up at a gnarly, giant Goliath.

Get this: You’re going to learn how to manage money and balance a checkbook and do your own taxes! You’ll figure out how to change the bulbs in your car lights. You’ll install a garbage disposal and hook up wireless routers and you’ll talk to your teens about sex and love and condoms. You’re going to become a fierce advocate for your children, you’re going to ask for help when you need it and give help when asked. You’re going to be stronger and smarter and tougher and more tender than you ever imagined you’d be. You’re going to write like a mofo, and find so many friends and opportunities when you do.

You’re going to love. You’re going to be loved. You’re going to adopt a dog who sheds so much but who will own substantial real estate in your heart (and much to your chagrin, the couch).

The day is going to come when getting out of bed is easy and you do it early every morning and work hard all day and then go home to be with your family at night. You’re never going to master cooking much more than your curry chicken and a decent pot roast but that’s okay. The kids still love Costco pizza.

Eight years will pass in the blink of an eye even though some of the days and nights seem as if they will never end. Eight years, and look at all the good things that have happened. Look how much light and love and laughter there is in your life. I can’t even begin to picture what the next eight will bring.

So, my younger, freshly divorced self (and anyone else who fits the bill), hang in there. You’re in for one hell of a ride.

But…I’m here waiting for you at the end. Waiting with a hug and a spot on the couch next to me and an ice cold dirty martini. It’s all going to be okay, and it’s all going to be worth it.

I promise.

This post first appeared on Jennifer’s semi-neglected blog, The Happy Hausfrau. You can read more about divorce, single parenting and her obsession with Louis CK there.

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The-Dream has turned himself into the NYPD on felony charges of assault and strangulation after allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend Lydia Nam The R&B producer and singer whose real name is Terius Nash had been wanted for questioning in connection with the alleged assault which Nam reported in April 2013 according…

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Ladies, Your 7-Year-Old Self Probably Thinks You're A Loser

If your 7-year-old self met you today, she might be unpleasantly surprised that life didn’t turn out as she’d planned.

All-female comedy group Mister Sister Comedy created a video in which their younger selves confronted them in the present[-]day, and were seriously disappointed about their lack of boyfriends, husbands and fame.

“You’re all losers!” one young girl informs her grown-up counterpart.

Because a “cool hook-up situation” and an English lit degree don’t seem to satisfy these kids.

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