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Welcome to #Fearless

Hello,  and welcome #Fearless, a movement dedicated to sharing real stories, about real people, and their real life. We are focusing on a lifestyle that promotes the idea that being fearless isn’t about the absence of fear, but finding ways to power through regardless of it. We are hope, strength, love, courage, struggle & perseverance.

Over the next few days, I will be releasing a multi-part series called Finding #Fearless, which is the story of me, my struggles and where I am today. It’s taking a look at the important parts of my life and the trials I endured that have laid the foundation for making myself a better me. It wasn’t always easy, but the road to a happy and fulfilled life rarely is. It takes hard work, dedication and persistence to achieve your goals, and Finding #Fearless is my personal road map.

As this site continues to grow, I want to welcome you all to find a place here that makes you feel at home. We strive to be perfectly imperfect, showing what real life is. It’s not always perfectly filtered photos and gushing appreciation posts. Sometimes it’s tears, anger and fear, but it doesn’t make us any less worthy or deserving of love, care and happiness.

I am so excited to start this new journey with every single one of you, and if you are following me here from You, Me & Emetophobia, thank you. Your continued support means the world to me, and I hope that you continue to find aspects of my story that resonate with you the way my emetophobia story did.

Until next time, Internet.

If you would like to email me, you can send any questions, concerns, comments or suggestions to contact@hashtagfearless.com. I will do my best to respond to you within 48 hours, but if for some reason I cannot get back to you in that time frame, I promise I will always respond as soon as possible. You can also find me on  FacebookTwitterPinterest and Instagram

Lastly, I run an Emetophobia Support Group on Facebook. Emetophobia is the intense and irrational fear of throwing up, and it is one struggle I am passionately engaged in. The group is a closed, by request only group to help facilitate sharing and support by all members. It is also private, meaning that the posts you and others make will not show up publicly in your newsfeed.

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