Kerry Graham lives, teaches, writes, runs, and photographs in Baltimore, Maryland. Her work has appeared in The Three Quarter Review, Spry, elephant journal, A Quiet Courage and Vine Leaves Literary Journal, among others. Connect with her on Instagram and Twitter: @mskerrygraham.
Kerry Graham Articles
Will practicing self-compassion make me feel, or become, selfish? I cannot discern when to hold myself accountable versus when to cut myself slack.Read...
Despite the possible consequences, I am allowing myself more than a mere moment to recuperate.Read...
I do not remember a time in my life when I was not a people-pleaser. I apologize often, and unnecessarily. I'm finally unlearning to people-please!Read...
My lack of self-love had never stopped me from loving anyone else, but, by loving myself, I could now love everyone, and everything, more profoundly.Read...
For over five years, I endured these attacks. A therapist identified the source of this physical and mental torment: anxiety.Read...
More than simply maintaining high expectations, I force myself to be an overachiever.Read...