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For the past year and a half, my life has quite literally been a series of unfortunate events.


I have several effective methods for coping with the stress and negativity I have experienced—I practice yoga, I write, I nap, I paint, and I socialize.


I also complain—I c...



Given my age and my current social media habits, people are generally shocked when they learn that I’ve been active on social media for only two years.


Until recently, I was adamantly anti-social media. I believed social media corrupted authenticity, facilitated supe...


Most of us have something in our lives that we really just can’t find a way to love, but these experiences can be blessings in disguise.


It might be filing our taxes, or going grocery shopping, or waiting in line for hours at the Department of Motor Vehicles to r...

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In the wake of the hundreds of mass shootings over the past couple of decades, the media has been teeming with conversations about mental illness. Newspaper headlines have propagated the notion that gun crime is strongly asso...

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When I was 11 years old, my family moved to a new house.


I insisted to my mom, an exquisite interior decorator, on decorating my own room, all by myself.


I hung on the walls letters from my friends, pictures of all of them, a port...


“Young lady, you are not being rational. You don’t have cancer. Stop crying!”


I was having a severe panic attack.


It was 14th September 2008, at New York’s Port Authority.


As I experienced heart palpitations, increased blood pressure, shortness of breath and extreme s...

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