I have days where I am still hard on myself, but I am actively learning to love myself more and more.
I became the only TED speaker to say the words “come on my face” on the TED stage six times in succession.
Sometimes I still feel like that unemployed writer who used to sit at home, struggling to make ends meet and overdrafting on shit like toothpaste.
If you are deeply unhappy and full of doubt, your inner wisdom is trying to tell you something.
Sinclair: According to your website, you identify as a rape survivor/thriver. What does being a thriver mean to you? Abby: I’ll start off by saying that I think there’s more than one label that defines my experience with sexual violence. I think a lot of people like to say, “be a survivor, not a victim”, […]
Quick note: Several of the questions in this interview were submitted by writer, long-time fan, and Sinclair’s super close friend, Kelsey Oppenheimer. 💛 Sinclair: What advice do you have for young women who want to fiercely practice shine theory? Ann: Shine Theory is a term I coined with my friend and co-author and podcast co-host, Aminatou […]