Guest Post: Coming Out as Queer after Being Gay for 15 years

  In Cheap Courage's continued effort to shine a light on being honest about what scares us, I am still accepting monthly guest posts that explore the meaning of bravery, fear, courage, and honesty. Please reach out if you're interested in sharing! This week's essay, "Coming Out as Queer after Being Gay for 15 Years" …

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Guest Post: What If One Question Could Change Your Life?

What If One Question Could Change Your Life? The simplest definition of courage is ‘the ability to do something that frightens one.’ As children, we are naturally fearless. We see the world as it is, we ask for exactly what we want (whether with words or not), and we are unapologetic as we ask questions …

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Guest Post: Are You Flinch Tolerant? Why You Need to Burn to Heal

The first time I touched a flame I flinched. Natural reaction to the rising heat against my delicate skin. A primal instinct of “Ouch, that hurts”! As I’ve grown older the flame real and metaphorical is harder to flinch at. There’s a numbness or rather a tolerance to the things I inherently know are bad …

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