Stanford University 101: How to be Tone Deaf

My sexual assault occurred on a street by a bookstore. When I talk about it, I never discuss if I was drinking that night. I do not tell people what I was wearing. I do not comment on my past sex life. I do not mention any of those things because they do not matter.... Continue Reading →

Is it Worth it?

It is usually after a more heated discussion on a political or social issue that I find myself asking, “Is it worth it?” Not speaking up in a general sense- I realize that is important. But sometimes I question whether or not the challenge is worthwhile, especially since all these challenges seem to lead to... Continue Reading →

Breaking Free of ED

February 21st kicked off this year’s National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. As a newly minted remission patient, this is my first time in the past 7 years that I have observed this week without disordered eating ruling my life. It has taken a long time to get to this point, not just for remission but being... Continue Reading →

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