BIO

Named by Bustle as one of eight women writers with advice to followTracy Strauss is former essays editor of The Rumpus and winner of the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Award for nonfiction. Her essays and short memoir have appeared in Ms., Salon, Poets & Writers Magazine, Ploughshares, The Southampton Review, and other publications. A contributor to Glamour’s sex and relationships column, Tracy has appeared on television as a relationship blogger for the Huffington Post. The 2013-2014 VP of the Women’s National Book Association Boston chapter, Tracy currently teaches writing at the New England Conservatory and Grub Street in Boston. In her free time, she moonlights as a Zumba instructor. Her debut #MeToo-themed self-help/relationships cum memoir, I Just Haven’t Met You Yet: Finding Empowerment in Dating, Love, and Life, a modern day Bridget Jones’s Diary-meets-Eat, Pray Love, was recently released by Skyhorse Publishing.

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I Wanted A Therapist, Not A Matchmaker

My therapist revealed the man was his client. He wanted to set us up.
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