What we let into our life matters. Who we surround ourselves with, how we spend our time, the places we go, the food we eat, how we educate ourselves all make a difference in our wellbeing.
"For some, wellness is a choice. For others, the choice is made for them." ~unknown There is privilege in participating in therapy. There is luxury in having time and resources for self-examination. The wellness industry should be for every person regardless of race, ethnicity, body type, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, age, and income. As a part of this industry and culture, I commit to doing my part to advocate for fairness and equality.
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