My dad loves us, but I think he loves us too much. Is that possible?
You can kid the world, but not your sister.
These are the many things I’ve learned while being the oldest of seven.
Holidays, family affairs, birthdays—having great cousins is a year-round gift.
Growing up with no cut out rules or strict schedules allowed us to explore our creativity in a world that felt like our own.
Less than one month after my husband and I got married—before I even mailed thank you notes for our wedding gifts—I found myself holding a positive pregnancy test.
No one told me that I would feel so empty.
Doing things exclusively with your siblings.
He gets me.
In this compelling and heartfelt memoir, writer Molly McAleer chronicles the discovery of her father’s addiction and subsequent death, how true love saved her life and how she kind of sort of got tricked into going to rehab. She knows you’ll probably never believe her side of the story, so she also interviews friends, ex-friends, and her acupuncturist about her history of substance abuse, flailing through her twenties and what kind of person she really is.