Project Wednesday is an organization that fosters positive human development through story sharing.

Sometimes it is not the story itself but rather the process of telling the story. Allowing yourself to confront things you keep locked away in the depths of your mind. The power of a story can easily be the process you have to go through to be able to say, "This is me. This is who I really am."

Articles

‘It’s Like Riding A Bike’

“It's like riding a bike,” they say. For many people, learning to ride a bike is a rite of passage, a skill that we learn early in childhood and carry ...
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The Beauty of Balance (And How to Begin)

I’m frequently asked the question: “How do you do what do you do?” or some variation of it (such as “How do you find the time?” or “Do you sleep?”) ...
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How Music Became My Own Personal Mantra In My Life

For as long as I can remember my personal mantra has been, “If God brings you to it; he’ll bring you through it.” While that still rings very true, music ...
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The Day My Mental Illness Stole My Freedom

I'll never forget Thursday, January 11, 2018, and this is the story of why. A life with mental illness is never the sort of life that allows you to feel ...
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The Day I Had My Last Panic Attack

My favourite panic attack was the last one I ever had. Sitting in a restaurant in Hangzhou, China waiting for my order, a familiar sensation overcame me. Panic, breathlessness and ...
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The Power of Saying Yes

I feel like people have been telling me to stop overthinking things since before I can remember. And every single time, I find myself saying “well, easier said than done.” ...
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Choose Wisely!

As adults, life gives us many challenges. It’s up to us to choose the right path for our individual selves. Some people aspire to be doctors or great authors and ...
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Another month. Another negative pregnancy test. 

Another month. Another negative pregnancy test.  Exactly 1 year ago my husband and I decided we were ready to start a family. I remember being so hopeful & excited. I ...
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Break Free

Recently I had taken up a job since I was still a jobless recent grad. I thought that the position, working on a campaign, would be good experience since I ...
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