Alexandra is a writer and the founder of On Our Moon. She believes vulnerability is healing the world. And cats, cats heal everything. Though she just got a puppy and now believes puppies can cure just about anything. TBD.
The sound of time fading, the pressure to achieve accumulating, and the rush to find meaning before the time bomb...
Who gets to police vulnerability? And more importantly: Who gets to dictate its impact?
Digital Tent ON October 6, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Would we have cancel culture if we had justice culture?
Digital Tent ON September 22, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The social stigma is far worse than the diagnosis itself.
Digital Tent ON September 14, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Having crooked teeth feels like a lack of personal hygiene. Not fixing my teeth feels like neglect.
Digital Tent ON September 8, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe inside their bodies.
Digital Tent ON August 19, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The perception and avoidance of anger within the spiritual community is harmful, and does nothing to help fight injustice.
Digital Tent ON July 20, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Unsolicited advice only pushed me into isolation — leaving me to deal with very complicated feelings on my own.
Digital Tent ON July 14, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Writing down my list of lessons about the absence of life kicking inside of me allowed me to believe that...
Digital Tent ON June 10, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
I’m learning to put down my guard, my weapons, and my anger, and allow for more compassion and forgiveness.
Digital Tent ON May 7, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
Do you make me feel light or do you make me feel heavy?
Digital Tent ON April 30, 2019 BY: Alexandra D'amour
The hairs that naturally grow out of my body down there have caused me quite a bit of shame since...