Telling stories is a way to connect. ‘Everyone Has A Story To Tell’ is more than just telling sincere stories. It’s my way of opening the door—I’m sharing, and inviting you to do so too.
Let’s Make Your Story Happen
Why am I doing this? I want you to know someone cares.
My door is open. Just walk in.
By telling me your story in the text box below, you have a direct line of communication with me. And it’s all on you, how much or how little you share. I’m not asking for an email or your name. Just your story.
Any other means of communication—Facebook, email, text, etc.—makes us put on a front. We’re more connected, but people feel more alone than ever. Sometimes, we need to be blunt. Like, blunt. This is your chance.
Tell me what brings you the most joy. Share the thing that bugs you the most. Tell me the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done. Confess your crush. Share the thing that hurts you most. Suggest a post topic. Ask for help. (I’ll be doing the same, so check back!)
With no identifying information, you can tell your story without feeling judged. I can’t assume anything, presuppose anything, or know anything other than what you want me to know.
Write your own story.
If you’re ready to tell your story to the world, but just aren’t sure how to start, check out my Make Your Story Happen How-To Guide.
Tell Your Story:
Take a gander at the most recent stories I’ve told:
“You’re not one of us!” they yelled. And that’s bad. I knew exactly what the rest of that thought was. Different is bad. I’m different. So I must be bad. The seed was planted. Partially by socialization, somewhat by biology, … Continued
Wednesday night, I randomly came across a HuffPost opinion piece titled ‘Christians Turn Love into a Four-Letter Word‘. It’s by Suzanne Dewitt Hall, a freelance writer who lives with her wife and cat named Chicken. I found it Googling “turn word … Continued
…also, that’s not how evolution works. Previously, I covered socialization and its effects on us. In A World Full of Impersonation, I Crave Unique Interpretation. Mimicking is a big part of our learning process. To this very day, I put … Continued