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Melissa Broder always struggled with anxiety In the fall of 2012 she went through a harrowing cycle of panic attacks and dread that wouldn't abate for months So she began sosadtoday an anonymous Twitter feed that allowed her to express her darkest feelings and wh. I need to review this book so I can stop thinking about it Initially I thought the author was very young but the I read the I think she might be closer to my age Maybe I'm old a prude a stuffy New Englander but to me these essays do not reveal so much about what it is to live in this world right now Roxane Gay as printed on the cover I understand that we live in a world where everything is fair game for publication on social media I know the younger generation thinks nothing of posting things that previous generations would not have shared with their closest friends I also realize that this woman started processing her feelings by posting them in an anonymous Twitter account There is still such a thing as TMI This book of essays is a testament to how varied we are in our thinking of what is too much information to shareThere is a lot of graphic sexual language in this book that some may find crass or vulgar For example one essay includes five pages of sexting with a man she hadn't met This was over the top It didn't offend me but I wasn't interested in reading it either If anything I was a little awestruck that anyone a does this and b would write about it This leads me to a whole other world of thinking This woman claims to be self conscious and concerned about what other's think soreally She is putting it ALL out there What can be left in her closet She writes about a lot of gross people she has slept with having a vomit fetish eating her own bodily fluids having an open marriage sexting being addicted to the Internet and sending nudes I cannot relate I also started uestioning the authenticity though I doubt anyone would make up a vomit fetish Other thoughts I had while reading this Does she have parents Isn't she worried they will read this Is this really what everyone is doing Am I that sheltered If so I'm okay with itI have to say that the writing is good Some of the essays particularly the last are excellent She writes about addiction depression and anxiety with an openness I've not read before now There is a vulnerability to opening yourself up in this way and it is hard to not see that as brave regardless of how many times I read the word dick in this book I can't see myself recommending this but I would love to see what she does next I should add that I am basically alone on an island with my rating People love this book of essays I will be interested in hearing what my friends think 25 stars Diamonds in the Snow understand that we live in a world where everything is fair game for publication on social media I know the younger generation thinks nothing of posting things that previous generations would not have shared with their closest friends I also realize that this woman started processing her feelings by posting them in an anonymous Twitter account There is still such a thing as TMI This book of essays is a testament to how varied we are in our thinking of what is too much information to shareThere is a lot of graphic sexual language in this book that some may find crass or vulgar For example one essay includes five pages of sexting with a man she hadn't met This was over the top It didn't offend me but I wasn't interested in reading it either If anything I was a little awestruck that anyone a does this and b would write about it This leads me to a whole other world of thinking This woman claims to be self conscious and concerned about what other's think soreally She is putting it ALL out there What can be left in her closet She writes about a lot of gross people she has slept with having a vomit fetish eating her own bodily fluids having an open marriage sexting being addicted to the Internet and sending nudes I cannot relate I also started The Worlds Wealthiest Losers uestioning the authenticity though I doubt anyone would make The greatest mentors in the Bible up a vomit fetish Other thoughts I had while reading this Does she have parents Isn't she worried they will read this Is this really what everyone is doing Am I that sheltered If so I'm okay with itI have to say that the writing is good Some of the essays particularly the last are excellent She writes about addiction depression and anxiety with an openness I've not read before now There is a vulnerability to opening yourself Gay on a Dare up in this way and it is hard to not see that as brave regardless of how many times I read the word dick in this book I can't see myself recommending this but I would love to see what she does next I should add that I am basically alone on an island with my rating People love this book of essays I will be interested in hearing what my friends think 25 stars

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Ich uickly gained a dedicated following In So Sad Today Broder delves deeper into the existential themes she explores on Twitter grappling with sex death love low self esteem addiction and the drama of waiting for the universe to text you back With insights as sh. Vain Self absorbed Vulgar Poetic Beautiful BraveI was supposed to read other things for work this weekend but I couldn't stop thinking about and then picking back up this little book of essays by Melissa Broder There is a raw power to her prose unmatched by anything I've read recently She will infuriate and disgust you in one sentence and then lift you gracefully into the sky in the next It's a virtuoso act of stunning confidence especially given that the book is about her crippling anxiety and depression The other recurring themes sex death Eastern mysticism obsession social media eating disorders sex death vomit addiction sex and death There's uite a bit of bodily fluids here and the accompanying blue language which sometimes borders on glib I mean look at some of these essay titlesHow to Never Be EnoughI Want to Be A Whole Person but Really ThinLove Like You Are Trying to Fill an Insatiable Spiritual Hole with Another Person Who Will Suffocate in ThereGoogle Hangout with My Higher SelfThere's liberal use of all of the synonyms of vagina I could imagine and some I couldn't So yeah She uses bad words A lot of people will be turned off by the crassness but those who see the mask and don't run will find an unbelievably honest unflinchingly brave existential portrait that has moments of genuine grace Architecture uickly gained a dedicated following In So Sad Today Broder delves deeper into the existential themes she explores on Twitter grappling with sex death love low self esteem addiction and the drama of waiting for the The Bachelor Chronicles universe to text you back With insights as sh. Vain Self absorbed Vulgar Poetic Beautiful BraveI was supposed to read other things for work this weekend but I couldn't stop thinking about and then picking back Killing Time (Eliza Gordon Mysteries, up this little book of essays by Melissa Broder There is a raw power to her prose Until He Was Gone unmatched by anything I've read recently She will infuriate and disgust you in one sentence and then lift you gracefully into the sky in the next It's a virtuoso act of stunning confidence especially given that the book is about her crippling anxiety and depression The other recurring themes sex death Eastern mysticism obsession social media eating disorders sex death vomit addiction sex and death There's Crabby Gabby uite a bit of bodily fluids here and the accompanying blue language which sometimes borders on glib I mean look at some of these essay titlesHow to Never Be EnoughI Want to Be A Whole Person but Really ThinLove Like You Are Trying to Fill an Insatiable Spiritual Hole with Another Person Who Will Suffocate in ThereGoogle Hangout with My Higher SelfThere's liberal A Harappan Adventure use of all of the synonyms of vagina I could imagine and some I couldn't So yeah She Dear America uses bad words A lot of people will be turned off by the crassness but those who see the mask and don't run will find an Karikatürkiye unbelievably honest Mežonīgie pīrāgi. Dienvidjūras pasaka unflinchingly brave existential portrait that has moments of genuine grace

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Arp as her humor Broder explores in prose that is both gutsy and beautiful aggressively collouial and achingly poetic uestions most of us are afraid to even acknowledge let alone answer in order to discover what it really means to be a person in this modern world. When you have low self esteem to be embraced at your most vile is a marvelPS I embrace her She's crude and sex centric and self obsessed and admittedly often shallow and I fucking love her even at her most vile Marginally related the most intimate thing I ever heard was from this junkie punk couple at a party when I was in high school and way out of my depth the lady had the spins and was sprawled near a bush and the guy says Baby are you gonna spew Because baby baby I'll hold your hair back for you She had a Chelsea cut as in shaved head but with two tiny blonde pieces in the front as in nothing to hold out of the way The fact that they were close enough that he could joke with her even at her most icky and vulnerable stuck to my ribs like barnacles She laughed so hard that she finally puked from it and then she felt a lot better and then later as I drifted off on the couch they slow danced to Mazzy Star in the dark surrounded by sleeping bodies and beercans and ash under Christmas lights That's kind of what this book is like if you let it