Love and other drugs.
Meghan writes about her affair with the intellectual dark web and a search for complexity in the midst of heartbreak
On grief and kimchi
If you have to live with a false and annoying binary then you might as well keep the word word that describes it.
The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Universal Island of Adventures have mastered the art of extracting value from customers
Lessons from neuroscience about easing the pain of a breakup
After numerous experiences of sexual assault, I found men who wanted nothing but to help me recover
Before you get intimate, ask how you can help if they are triggered, dissociate or have a panic attack
What to do with the art of a man more monstrous than the monster he created?
When money moves from “mine” to “ours,” things can get tense
Debate over the allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have some parents worried about their sons’ future
Restorative justice is an approach to healing. But how is it possible with sociopaths, pathological liars, blackout drinkers who rely on…
A conference call among people separated by cubicles and a few feet? Erica Keswin can attest to such head-scratchers and more in the war…
I would never say that porn ruined my marriage. But sometimes I wonder if it should have been a warning sign, if his specific tastes…
Twisted professor. Cheerleader of the Apocalypse. jessicawildfirethewriter.com
I don’t know if you’ve ever been in love before or crushed so hard you feel like you’re on the drop of a rollercoaster.
I’ve started walking towards the things I thought would never be for me. The opportunities I thought I couldn’t land.
Why can’t we stop saying awful things like “diggle dog”?
A little over seven years ago, I landed what would turn out to be the greatest first online date of all time…of course, I didn’t know it…
The man I’m dating lives a few states away.