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Since 2009, Jessica has been sharing her story and starting the conversation on topics women don't typically discuss. Always a bit of a closet rebel and an INTJ, she challenges norms and challenges people to think, bringing hard truths to light with a mix of humor, vulnerability, and grace. She is an international speaker, author, and blogger passionate about protecting women online, and seeing them free to be who they really are. Jessica lives just north of Washington DC with her five birds and a huge loose leaf tea collection.
Four Perfect Holiday Dresses

November through February marks perhaps the most dreaded season in the life of a single woman. We kick off with family gatherings at Thanksgiving

the good christian girl who struggled with porn

I was 13 when I found pornography. Understand my family was super conservative. I was raised in the church. My mom and I never had the

Here Are 5 Ways to Protect Your Child Online

As a mom, you know it’s your job to keep your little ones safe. From the moment you first held them, whether you birthed

Can You Forgive When There's No Apology

It can be hard to forgive sometimes, especially when the hurt is great or when the offender doesn’t even say they are sorry. But


Every girl dreams of that happily ever after, but unlike fairy tales, your dream-wedding day isn’t the end of your story. It’s only the

5 Life Skills You Can and Should Master to be a Strong Woman

I almost titled this article “Single? Here are five things you can do now to make marriage better,” but let’s be honest, it’s not

5 Ways You Need to Protect Yourself on Social Media

Social media is the new street. It’s the “mall” for Generation Z, the “park” for Millennials. It’s the new place where people go to

This is How to Stay Sane in the Wedding Planning Process

Planning a wedding can be stressful for many women. In years gone by, I’ve worked as an event manager for a venue, coordinating several

3 things to do when you feel broken and unlovable

How many of us can honestly say we’ve made it through life with no regrets? It seems almost inevitable that we’ll make some poor

Did you Know that Women Struggle With Porn Too?

I was 13 years old when I was exposed to pornography—this was back in 1999, in the land of dial-up and dinosaurs. While researching