ARTICLE

FindCenter AddIcon

The Pitfalls of Pursuing Your Purpose

By Adreanna Limbach

Living with purpose is a noble ambition, but it’s not something that can be sought. A purposeful life is created within.

Read on www.sonima.com

FindCenter Post-Image

It’s Perfectly OK to Call a Disabled Person ‘Disabled,’ and Here’s Why

We’ve been taught to refer to people with disabilities using person-first language, but that might be doing more harm than good.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

What College Students Really Think About Cancel Culture

A grassroots civil-dialogue movement creates a new kind of safe space: one that invites students from across the political spectrum to discuss controversial issues, including policing, gender identity, and free speech itself.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

Have You Ever Felt Like an Outsider?

Being an outsider can cause culture shock. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

Identity and Neurodiversity

Conceptions of identities are complex. We have a number of identities that manifest themselves in different environments or as composite forms of background experience. So, do neurodiverse conditions like autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, and bipolar really comprise a part of a person’s identity?

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

Seven Ways to Find Your Purpose in Life

Having a meaningful, long-term goal is good for your well-being. Here’s how to find one.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

“Which One Is the Real Me?”—A Veteran’s Transition and Identity Crisis

Like most veterans, I found the transition from military to civilian life a struggle—a tougher struggle than I had anticipated. For me, I found that one of my trickier struggles was with my identity.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

For US Veterans, What Does it Mean to Heal a Moral Injury?

In a path to heal, a clinician guides a veteran through a conversation with an imaginary and benevolent “moral authority” to talk about the act or event that has caused suffering. The patient then describes the regret and sorrow that has followed, and asks for forgiveness or a chance to atone.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

Fighting with Another Purpose

Soldiers are always supposed to be thinking. That’s what West Point teaches its cadets, who are officers in training. You’re supposed to question the orders you’re given, to see whether they conform to the Geneva Conventions and the laws of war.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

It is Critical to Find Your Purpose First

The process to uncover your purpose after a career in military service takes great introspection.

FindCenter AddIcon
FindCenter Post-Image

Woman Entrepreneurs: Find Your Purpose by Getting ‘Sticky'’

We look at the word “purpose” as something we go on a 10 year quest for … searching under rocks, climbing up mountains, and crossing over seas. We’re exhausting ourselves mentally, emotionally, and physically running after it. But, what if it was already on you?

FindCenter AddIcon

EXPLORE TOPIC

Search for Purpose