Why books like the “Velveteen Rabbit” can teach us that education is overrated and crying is severely underrated.
A journey from safety to trauma to more trauma, and how it helped me understand the world had never been the safe or good place I had been told it was.
All my life, all I ever wanted was for people to think I was normal. It just never seemed to work.
How I was forced to face the fact that I was living in a bubble, the moments that punctured it, and why those punctures ended up affecting my life so deeply.
What talks with my daughter taught me about belief, trust, love… and ultimately, myself.
You’re outraged and upset. You’ve been blocked. Here’s why. And why you should be blocking others as well.
Your attempts to make shootings like the one in Orlando about mental health are just to avoid uncomfortable realities.
To me, race and politics always seemed like such gimmicky, easy topics in standup. And then I tried doing standup myself, and it completely changed my mind.
It is one thing to live with our own depression. It is quite another to be around those who are suffering from it.
The things we’re always putting off, our big dreams, also happen to be the biggest regrets of those about to die.