It was truly amazing and a blessing to find courage and joy through art and your guidance! I'm looking forward to enrolling in the "Hello Courage 2" course when available in the future!
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This class was just what I needed. I've always loved art but wan't sure about my direction and have always lacked confidence in my work. I've so enjoyed learning from Alexandra - her tips, techniques and support have taught me so much. I really needed to be given permission to let go of being perfect and paint what inspires me - it's changed the way I feel about my art! Thank you, Alexandra!
I was attracted to this class as I wanted to try something new. Alexandra is a joy.
She's supportive, encouraging and never fails to tell you to follow your heart. Her whimsical style has inspired me to face my creative fears and say, 'Hello Courage'!
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Alexandra, I want to thank you so much for offering the Hello Courage course. You truly are an inspiration! Thank you for allowing us free access to return to the experience even after the class had finished. I've already gone back to it.
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It inspires me when I need that extra push to get over a hump. I'm looking forward to future e-courses from you!
I truly enjoyed this class! After losing my job of 19 years five months ago and deciding to open a business I needed something for me - to reassure me I was on the right track! Hello Courage helped me not only in my journey of being creative but the stories shared by many women really helped me to realize everything was going to be okay! So thank YOU Alexandra for sharing your talent and stories.
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The future is here. Sometimes the repressed, oppressed girl, against all odds, goes back to get her own body and voice. This book will save lives.
The is the gritty story of a survivor who fought to be seen as who she is. She was still a child when her family moved from Puerto Rico to the slums of Miami, and she spent her teenage years negotiating a family life of addiction, dysfunction, and mental illness. This is an utterly beautiful and vibrant book.
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