Category Archives: recovery

On Dancing Out of Control

“When she is starved, a woman will take any substitutes offered, including those that, like placebos, do absolutely nothing for her, as well as destructive and life-threatening ones that hideously waste her time and talents or expose her life to … Continue reading

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On Rising Up From the Ashes

This was one of the first posts I wrote on the blog. I wrote the long saga of how the blog became a book over the past few days (under To Publication under pages, not that I expect anyone to … Continue reading

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The Emotions of Grief After A Breakup Redux

1/17: This was the second Emotions of Grief After a Breakup post. It was originally posted a year before the book was published. This content has been incorporated into the book and per my book contract with Perseus, most of … Continue reading

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