The realities of alcoholism often include falling off the wagon, which is both more mundane and absurd than many people realize.
Health / Wellness
What Gets You Sober—God Or Your Neurons?
In battling addiction, neuroscience offers a complementary and alternative approach to twelve-step programs.
What Everyone Needs To Know About Depression
More people are talking openly about their depression, but is public perception changing?
A Shared Road
In a society of technology-driven isolation, is the key to a more compassionate world simply taking the time to really see one another?
Going to the Dogs Eased My Child’s Cynophobia
How one woman created her own exposure therapy “bootcamp” for her canine-phobic daughter.
Why I Reject Forgiveness Culture
For trauma survivors, there are many paths to healing and moving on. Why demand that survivors forgive their abusers?
Why Trigger Warnings Don’t Work
Because trauma survivors’ memories are so specific, increasingly used “trigger warnings” are largely ineffective.
How The Food Industry Endangers People With Soy Allergies
Avoiding soy is complicated by its prevalence in processed foods, the food industry, and labeling laws.