I’ll start by saying, the older I get, the less crap I give about speaking out, bucking the bull, or going against mainstream society. I haven’t always been honest with myself. I haven’t always been myself around people. I haven’t always done what makes me happy.
I’ve made some changes over the years, though, and while some were difficult, the changes were and continue to be the right thing for me and my family (whether or not they know it yet). I’m honest, raw–sometimes completely tactless and un-politically correct. I strive to be true to myself, true to my family, and true to you.
“True” means being real, no matter what I do or what I write about. I like people (and things) that are real and true, too. That’s why, in a few weeks, I’ll welcome my mentor and published author, Audrey Wick, to tell us about her new book, FINDING TRUE NORTH.
Completely fitting–and that’s the truth.
Published by Stacie Brown McCullough
Stacie Brown McCullough is a writer, multipotentialite, and gifted/2e advocate. Former secular homeschooling mom of two gifted/2e kids, Stacie has returned to academia to study psychology and English. She has served as GHF® Periodicals Board Director, Managing Editor of The GHF® Dialogue and The GHF® Journey, and GHF® Writing Team manager. She writes for GHF® and has published multiple award-winning essays and articles appearing in college textbooks and instructor manuals by Bedford’s/St. Martin’s and Cengage Learning, marketing campaigns, and personal blogs.
In addition to her writing pursuits, Stacie has founded a trio of startups, including MMc Metal Designs, LLC and a pair of gifted startups: The Secular Gifted Network (donated to GHF® where it was rebranded and reimagined as The GHF® Forum) and SECTX Homeschool.
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