Joined 2 years ago
Hi! My name is Jordan Rae Mullins (But you can just call me Jordan).
After four years of college and a degree in Psychology, I have discovered that my passions are people and words. I am an avid believer in the power of vulnerability and sharing, even when it's super uncomfortable. I adore pretty much anything to do with Disney, I wear my hair in a messy bun 99.9% of the time, and I like to think I'm a pretty relatable human.
I'm also a newlywed! (The real surprise is me not misspelling that.) Alongside my husband, Nathan Mullins, I am pursuing a ministry internship at Virginia Tech with the organization Chi Alpha Campus Ministries. This is a pretty big stretch for us, as this is a position that relies solely on fundraising, rather than a paid salary. The "next" portion of our career path is still uncertain, though we hope to have a better idea of where we're going in the next month!
Through all my in-person work with the ministry and here in the beautiful depths of the online world, I seek to speak life into women especially, in the hopes that they'll begin to see life as the bountiful, beautiful gift it has every possibility of becoming.
2 years ago
Despite what the movies may say, sex is no easy thing. Sex that is mutually pleasurable and an act of intimately knowing the other person doesn't come automatically. Here, Jordan Mullins shares her experience with sex as a newlywed--especially the messy, less pretty side of it.
2 years ago
When a woman encounters pain during sex, it is often overlooked. Yet, it is such a common occurrence and many women are dying to talk about it—to know they're not in this alone. Here, Jordan introduces her experience with pelvic floor physical therapy to treat her secondary vaginismus.
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