Keeping It Real with Kellie

The Beast Called Grief

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By KELLIE KAMRYN There are many articles and books written about the stages of grief; this article isn’t a how-to grieve post. I am highlighting my own grief process as I journey into higher awareness. My…

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Good Intentions

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By KELLIE KAMRYN I am a self-professed list maker. With four children and a busy household, if I don’t make lists, I forget to do things. My calendar is like a bible. If I don’t jot…

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Non-Judgment Day

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By KELLIE KAMRYN I’m writing this on the heels of a post I read on Facebook by author Elizabeth Gilbert. She speaks about women judging other women for some choices they make in regards to their…

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Tough Choices

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By KELLIE KAMRYN A woman I spoke with recently told me that she knew her marriage was over, but she didn’t have the heart to end it. She waited until her now ex-husband told her he…

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The Art of Imperfection

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Once upon a time, I was a competitive gymnast… By KELLIE KAMRYN While I never developed an eating disorder, as some of my comrades did, I had experiences that shaped the way I negatively saw my…

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Facing the Truth

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By KELLIE KAMRYN In the past, I’ve helped victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse heal by allowing them to share their stories on my blog. For the first time, I’m publicly sharing one of…

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Discovering Your Voice

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By KELLIE KAMRYN A while back, I read an article where a gentleman recounted his experience of falling in love and proposing to a wonderful woman who was also his best friend. He goes on…

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Dealing in Truth

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By KELLIE KAMRYN A while back, I called a gentleman out on a comment he made to me that I felt was inappropriate. Instead of apologizing and having a discussion with me about it, he…

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Battle of the Sexes?

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By KELLIE KAMRYN During a conversation regarding relationships, a classmate brought up an interesting thought: As long as a couple establishes who is in charge in the relationship, conflict can be avoided. When a couple…

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