It was always important to my mom that we look our best.
What it’s like to have postpartum psychosis.
“I had a decision to make and I needed to make it pretty quickly: When was the moment to run to the bathroom?”
“I was really into it — the little hint of danger was exciting. That’s when I heard the front door open.”
I didn’t have a choice then, but I have one now.
He told me, “You need to call their corporate office and make sure they do cubed rather than sliced.”
This week’s installment of My Terrible Boss.
“I thought that was something that only happened on Mad Men.”
A mother reflects on her son’s descent into hate.
“It is possible to be paid what you’re worth. You just have to stop settling.”
What it’s like juggling therapists, doctor’s appointments, a second kid, and a full-time fashion job.
What’s it like when doctors don’t believe you and you live with chronic pain.
“It gets old sometimes, sleeping with people and having it not mean anything.”
More and more women are opting out of mastectomies when diagnosed with DCIS.
A cautionary tale.
What it’s like to go from a size 4 to a size 12 in three months.
All-nighters, tears, and so many goths.
It felt like going through withdrawal: sweaty, nauseous, unwell.
I’m not sure I’d call that a confidence-booster.
He told me he worked in ‘sustainable agriculture.’