Tag Archives: Women

NASA | The Women of Astronomy

  Music, crowd sound Meg: So in 1992, the first meeting, we had–first of all we had to persuade people that there was a problem. They weren’t sure there was any reason women weren’t in astronomy. They thought, well, it’s just because they don’t want to be in astronomy. Vera: And so I think we… Read More »

What You Don’t Know About Elle Mills

today and once again speaking to someone a lot of you already know and love someone who is actually very open and shares a lot of her life on social media but still she doesn’t share everything because sharing a story doesn’t mean it’s the whole story so here today to go behind the handle… Read More »

Does a Person’s Upbringing Tell You All You Need to Know? | Tell My Story

The Space Between Self-Esteem and Self Compassion: Kristin Neff at TEDxCentennialParkWomen

Translator: Rui Jiang Reviewer: Queenie Lee I guess you could say that I am a self-compassion evangelist. I love spreading the good word about self-compassion. I’ve devoted the last ten years of my research career to studying the mental health benefits of self-compassion, and more recently I’ve been working on developing interventions to help people… Read More »

Bestsellers Official Season 1Trailer | Wilson Cleveland

When you look at me what do you see? Matthew doesn’t believe it’s a real job I mean he’s totally supportive in that post modern way. Just to warn you some of the soldiers might be a little rattled to have a woman take them through these exercises. Aren’t some of the soldiers women? Putting… Read More »