Jenni Berrett is a writer, reader, bubble bath enthusiast, and the features editor at Ravishly. Her writing has appeared on HelloGiggles, GOOD Magazine, Lush Cosmetics, and Doll Hospital Journal. She writes a mental health column on Ravishly called OCDame, and sometimes she writes about astrology too. She can usually be found reading a fantasy novel or trying to stop her cat from knocking various clutter off overflowing bookshelves. She is rarely successful.
Jenni Berrett's Articles
Astrology helps me make sense of the parts of life that science has no answers for. Things like: How do I figure out what I want? It gives me clarity.
Jenni Berrett | 01.2.18 12:01am | SHARE
Sound engineers, producers, record label executives — just 5% of the people who produce and proliferate our music are women.
Jenni Berrett | 11.15.17 12:00am | SHARE
Content Notice: mass shootings and violence, suicide mention In the wake of yet another act of domestic terrorism, Donald Trump — who is so diabolically incompetent that I have to continually remind myself that he is, in fact, the president of the United... Read...
Jenni Berrett | 11.14.17 12:01am | SHARE
Healing is hard work. It will be hard today, tomorrow, next week, next month, 3 years from now.
Jenni Berrett | 10.17.17 12:00am | SHARE
I called Gallo up this summer to talk about her new music, our shared Narnia obsession, and the importance of maintaining a strong sense of childlike wonder.
Jenni Berrett | 09.20.17 12:00am | SHARE
An obsessive spiral is largely invisible, with no quirky Monk-like hand washing to ground it in reality. The hand washing stuff — the compulsion — comes later.
Jenni Berrett | 09.6.17 12:00am | SHARE
For a long time, I kept a mental list of things that I’d do once I was “better.” I yearned for a sound mind and a thin body — two things I was not born with but figured I could somehow earn. Once I had those two things, I could do anything I wanted.
Jenni Berrett | 08.27.17 12:47pm | SHARE
"I'm hoping that it goes beyond saying a new set of names and actually really changing how we think about everything in this conversation, both in the conversations around policing and racial profiling and the silent mass incarceration, but also in the... Read...