It’s not as simple as you might think. Republished from Whimn.com.au.
Deaths from prescription opioids have increased 471 percent among women in the last two decades.
Most people don’t understand why someone would choose not to drink anymore.
That’s the thing about recovery: if you stick with it, it introduces you to yourself.
“We’re talking about extreme alterations of normal brain function.”
“I have to actively stop myself from having affairs. I fail a lot.”
My name is Luisa, and I’m in an unhealthy relationship with my Chapstick.
Drugs softened the edges of the stranglehold of depression.
I’m grateful for the six years I spent drinking to blackout and snorting various substances.
I have no control over myself when it comes to consuming candy.
A woman and her vibrator: a love story?
It’s not easy – and you can do it.
Let your phone cover do the talking.
It’s a hard life, but somebody’s gotta do it.