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When I Found My Voice – Kaitlyn’s Story

When I Found My Voice – Kaitlyn’s Story

A few years ago I took a year off from university to do a discipleship program at my home church in Olympia, Washington. To be completely honest, on my first day in September 2012, I had absolutely no idea what was coming my way. In my eyes, I was taking a break from college – which was a nightmare – reuniting with some old friends from high school, and going to le....

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The Voice of Change – Sopheap’s Story

The Voice of Change – Sopheap’s Story

I was born in Phnom Penh, the largest city in Cambodia, and am the youngest of five children. During the time of Pol Pot my father was sent to work at a labour camp. To try and assure his survival he began work very early and finished every task that was set for him. He did not want to be accused of being a ‘soft intellectual’ but to prove that he was a strong, hard &hellip....

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Breaking Free From Binge Eating - Yasmina's Story

Finding Freedom From Comfort Eating – Yasmina’s Story

As early as five years old I can remember finding comfort in food.  Some of my earliest memories are sitting on the couch zoning out to the television while overeating on various junk foods. That was a reaction even at five years old that I learned to do to survive and escape the reality of my surroundings.  During this time my mother and father divorced and visitation rights....

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She is Choosing Real – Ruth’s Story

She is Choosing Real – Ruth’s Story

I remember a time when I didn’t choose real. Like countless girls my age, I desperately wanted to fit in. But I couldn’t. I was trying to be what I thought others wanted, but I was always left feeling confused and empty. In my mind I was not enough and never would be. I didn’t look like I was “supposed” to (or what I was brain washed into believing....

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She's The Voice

She’s The Voice

At The She Is Project we are committed to creating a platform where the story that exists inside the life of every woman is honoured and shared. For some of our ‘storytellers’ it is the first time they have given voice to their unique journey. Becoming vulnerable is scary and finding the confidence to own your story requires courage. Which is why I want to let you know abou....

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