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Trigger Warning: if you are the victim of sexual violence, you may want to look at trigger warnings posted on goodreads before picking up this book (if added here these warnings would spoil the plot for some other readers). Esther “Essie” Ann Hicks is the 17 year old daughter of an evangelical preacher and stars alongside […]
I have always had trouble doing just one thing at a time. I am the kind of person who watches tv, browses reddit, plays a video game, and has 3 text conversations going on at the same time. I realize this isn’t effective in a lot of ways, and I realize that my multitasking isn’t […]
I could tell you a lot about jellyfish. The first thing I want to tell you is this: They are older than dinosaurs, older than insects, older than trees or flowers or ferns or fungi or seeds. They are at least 600 million years old, probably older than any type of living thing you’ve ever […]
So, in a recent post I indicated that I would be writing a little introduction to my own experience with ADHD and would begin doing a bit of blogging about life as an ADHD woman. I present to you the aforementioned post: I have had ADHD my whole life, but it was not diagnosed until […]
What do depression and a stuffed raccoon have in common? Jenny Lawson, of course. This book is probably the most honest and real explanation of depression and anxiety I could ever hope to find. Being someone who has suffered from both ailments, this book was a good reminder that a good sense of humor and […]
I want to start by saying that I read these two books right in a row and given they are both memoirs by the same person, I will be doing only one review. The other reason I am doing only one is because the two books are so similar it is really hard to differentiate […]