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.
Vision boards can be cool and I’m all about vocalizing the things you’re interested in and setting intentions. But there’s something to be said about remembering the things you HAVE accomplished. Maybe create a “Things I’m Proud Of” board too.
They wouldn’t follow you, but you’d follow them.
You know a lot about long distance sex.
1. Mentioning other boys’ names when you are with him.
Although you want him to so desperately, he will never love you the way you want or need to be loved.
What if the loser, though he is a total loser, isn’t the problem? What if our standards as women are?
For a really long time, I was under the impression that it was normal to try and change the person you love.
Presence will always solve this moment’s problems.
Picture him coming up behind you, gliding his arms under yours and around your “could be thinner” waist.