An important conversation happening more prominently today is the one about mental health and May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It’s no longer a belief of a divide between the crazy people and the normal people. I wonder how different the world would be if so many hurt people treated their mental health as well… Continue reading Who Is Allowed To Experience Trauma?
Crazy, Rich Asians was so good! I thoroughly enjoyed both the book (well, the first one at least) and the movie. But this is a battle and there can only be one person to make it out alive, well at least one winner. For those who haven’t dabbled in the world of these rich Asians,… Continue reading Battle: Crazy Rich Asians
Lately, books have been leaving me more confused about life than helping me to seek clarity. But I guess that is more of a sign of growth than anything. What I’m talking about today isn’t as profound as finding meaning in human connection, rather than division, as the books I have been reading lately have… Continue reading What Women Want
Warning: Contains spoilers for the novel Beneath the Attic by V.C. Andrews
The Water Dancer was about slavery and I don’t know why I didn’t expect a novel by Ta-Nahasi Cotes to not be about slavery. At least this book about slavery was written by someone black (read my qualms about slavery books by non-black people here). Books, fiction or nonfiction, about slavery just don’t do it… Continue reading That Time Oprah Didn’t Give Me Good Advice