Afraid of Fear
Do you have a dream? Do you have a big dream? Carolina did. And she struggled with fears, doubts, and her identity as she questioned whether to keep pursuing her dream. But she learned to be brave - to keep trying despite the fear.
"I have come to know fears not only stop us from making our own dreams come true, but they make us undermine our own abilities, capacities, and skills. Because of our fears, we dream small."
Face your fears! Just as Carolina did...
Click below to see her story.
I am Atheliah!
Growing up without a father figure created a void in her. She tried to fill it with other things like relationships, good and bad, but all she got was hurt and bullying.
"From as early on as elementary school, I was bullied. I would come home from school pretending everything was ok."
Read on about how she found herself, found happiness in her identity.
The Road to Recovery
Grew up with a single mother, without a father to guide him through tough situations. Had his dreams dashed early on, and then had his heart broken to pieces. And then the unthinkable - an accident that left him almost brain dead.
But the story doesn't end there. It's just the beginning.
"When you almost lose your life, it puts a lot of things in perspective. This is when I found out what I was meant for." - Bobby
Experience Bobby's road to recovery!
Born and raised in Detroit, she didn't really plan on coming to Vegas. But even as a young kid, she's always had a passion for the environment.
"Ever since I can remember, I've been interested in environmental protection," Brittany says.
Check out her continuing life story on finding her true calling and purpose.
Pressure, Pain, and True Identity
The shock of a new culture. Falling in love: with football, then with someone. Feeling the pressure of life and purpose. Then feeling betrayal and pain. Turning to alcohol and partying.
Finally, life is looking up. See Frankie's path to healing and the decision to be a personal trainer.
How to Love Myself
Riley says, "I had a tough time with self-love. I struggled really hard with not having that approval from my parents anymore. So I continued down this path when I would date guys, looking for approval from everyone else."
Read about her journey from pain, beginning with being bullied as a kid and then her parents' divorce, to being lost in relationships and in her career as a singer. And finally finding acceptance and real love.
THE PHOTOGRAPHER'S STORY
A Genuine Smile
It helped me to smile. To show my true self. To wear joy, kindness, and love on my sleeve, rather than tucked away inside a hardened heart.
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