Coming out of dissociation can feel like waking from a lucid dream.

Dissociation: How It Feels To Feel Nothing

Coming out of dissociation can feel like waking from a lucid dream. One moment you’re on the other side of physical reality, and then you cross the threshold and are part of life again.

I didn’t realize how crucial my late teens and early twenties were for forming deep and lasting female friendships to get me through the gritty parts of life. Image: Thinkstock.

The Things I Missed Out On Because I Got Married As A Teenager

I was constantly on the defense, prepared to fight for my young love against those who thought I wasn’t ready for marriage. It pains me to say it, but in a way, they were right after all. There were things I was missing out on by marrying young, things I didn’t even realize I was missing until it was too late.

¡Viva el iPhone!

Off The Grid, Out Of My Mind: How I (Barely) Survived 20 Hours Without My iPhone

Last week, my grid was swept away: My iPhone went berserk and crapped out on me entirely. What followed can best be described as a tsunami of anxiety. Sure, a tech detox seems great theoretically, but on my own terms. This was 100% involuntary.

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"Stop Taking Everything Personally": The New Year's Resolution (And Man) That Changed My Life

Feel free to steal this world-rocking resolution.


I'm Always Late, And It Makes Me A Liar

For the sake of all that is sacred, I will henceforth become a dependable person. Or at least I will try.


High on History: The Insane Story of the 1983 Plane That Ran Out of Fuel—Mid-Flight

The surprise lesson from this wild story of panic and heroism at 33,000 feet? Be wary of the metric system.


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