Are You Faking It?

When I was living in New York City in my early 20s we used to say, fake it ‘til you make it. It was a way of giving ourselves confidence, when really we had no idea what we were doing. I remember faking it during my internships at art galleries and fashion magazines.

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Neradine Tisaj
Cancer - What I Know Now

I am a Cancer Warrrior, I was diagnosed with BRCA1 Triple Negative cancer in 2008. Only 2% of women diagnosed with breast cancer have this combo, it’s the deadliest of cancers and the survival rate is not good. I was given a 5% chance of still being alive in 5 years, it’s 9 years and I’m still here.

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What Helps Sarah Wilson With Anxiety

Anxiety is something that most people suffer at one time or another, that sense of panic you feel before an important meeting or when you open a credit card bill that you’re not sure how you are going to pay. It might manifest in physical symptoms like a tightness in your chest, sweating or palpitations. For most of us this feeling subsides once we take a deep breath and just get on with the task ahead. 

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