Alex Roush is a content curator and publisher for Love What Matters. She is currently a student at the University of Texas at San Antonio studying Astrophysics and Environmental Science. Alex is also a concert photographer and spends most of her free time working shows around the San Antonio area. You can follow her on Instagram or explore her photography on her website: https://alexroushphotos.com/
‘The most unlikely teacher.’: How our dog taught me to love my mother unconditionally
“Over the twelve years I knew him, Mikey taught me much about life. And today, he taught me about loss.”
How To Co-Parent Like A Pro During The Holidays
“While divorce and coparenting typically carry a negative connotation, as a co-parent it’s our job to flip the script.”
A Guide To Managing High-Risk Pregnancy
There is beauty in every pregnancy journey.
How To Identify & Cope With Strabismus (Crossed Eyes)
If you let it, strabismus can change your world for the better.
6 Ways To Stay Sober For Recovering Alcoholics
Sobriety is a chance to rediscover yourself.
It Took 16 Years For My Son To Get His Autism Diagnosis
“The school’s solution to my son’s meltdowns were suspensions. The principal balked at me and said, ‘Your son is NOT Autistic. He can make eye contact when he wants to. The only thing your son is, is manipulative.’ This began the years-long mission to diagnose Jonah, and allow him a fair chance at education.”
Student Bullied For Vitiligo Fearlessly Embraces Unique Skin
“They’d ask if I burned myself or bleached my skin. The ‘popular’ boys barked at me and called me a pit bull. I’d wear long-sleeved shirts to cover my arms, even in extreme heat while on the verge of passing out. I really, really wanted to fit in. But then I realized this is the only body I get, and I deserve to enjoy all that this life has to offer.”
After Jailed 7 Months, Mom Beats Heroin Addiction To Raise 4 Kids Sober
“I wish I could embrace my 24-year-old self and show her she makes it through to the other side.”
‘I was broke, unemployed, and living in a storage closet.’: Woman sober after decades-long addiction battle
“By the time I was thirteen, I had experimented with every illicit drug on the market.”
Bullied Vitiligo Model Shares Journey To Self-Confidence
“I realized the power I’m carrying around: uniqueness and extraordinary beauty. There is no human, all over the world, that looks like me and that is what makes me proud of the way I look.”