5 Nonfiction Books For The Feminist Teenager In Your Life

It’s been my experience that teenagers, regardless of gender, are intrigued by the notion of feminism. Like so many other things, the media, their families, friends, and larger communities often offer conflicting narratives about what being a feminist means.

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The Big Stigma of Being Depressed and Sober

As the year anniversary of Williams’ death approaches, we are no closer to having real conversations about mental health. I hope we can join together in support of each other and in defiance of the stigma around mental illness. Initially posted on The Bold Italic Robin Williams’s death has instigated numerous conversations around sobriety, but the […]

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Q&A: Sarah Hepola, Author of ‘Blackout’

I spoke with Sarah Hepola, author of the best-selling memoir, “Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget,” about blacking out, recovery, and how those of us with self-destructive tendencies can learn to stop tearing ourselves apart.

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