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Disability studies scholar, activist and essayist. Writes about pain, the opioid crisis, mindfulness, parenting, disability, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Mast Cell Activation Disorder, and life in Hawai'i.
She is a Peruvian transplant that survived and continues to thrive by embracing change. Her family call her the "shamana", and she loves it. She is here to inspire and empower all those souls that depend on a prescribed "mood-medication".
Motherly was born to send expert ideas and mom-to-mom inspiration to women exactly when they need it. Because an uplifting online community full of expert tricks-of-the-trade and inspiring stories were exactly what we were missing the first time we became moms.
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Her View From Home is the place millions of women turn for positive inspiration about parenting, marriage, relationships and faith.
What makes us unique? We lead with faith, but we don't believe in telling others what to think or feel. We like to laugh, but not at the expense of others. We are brave, but not for the sake of seeking attention. And we believe every woman deserves support, regardless of the mistakes she makes.