This yeast monster grew inside me for months without me being aware of it. The longer candida lives inside you, the bigger it grows. It actually grows tentacles and spreads to other organs, including your brain.
One Simple Way To Support #Ferguson
In the mid-90s, drugs happened. Or, at least, we had become so used to them that witnessing drug-addled teens on film was possible. This newfound acknowledgement of teen rebellion not only brought on revelations of their lifestyle choices – signaled in films by raging parties, morning blur, and bad-influence friendships – but also their way of dress.
GODDESS Discloses Spring/Summer 2015 Collection ANGYLS
I’ve been obsessed with my body. How much I eat, how I look in clothing, how I look without clothing, my growing number of stretch marks. Most may find these thoughts ordinary or typical, but my obsession is not. At twenty three, I’m beginning to process the war I’ve waged against myself. I’ve also finally found a name for my obsession – Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).
How to Make Better Decisions When Ordering at the Restaurant
You remember that you are hungry, but not hungry enough to cook so you get tacos for the third day in a row at the same place where your friend held your hand and the spice on your tongue makes you feel like nothing can go wrong nothing can go wrong nothing can. Go get some tacos, because they do make things better, if only for the ten minutes it takes you to devour them.
If you had told me in high school, as I was juggling advanced placement classes and extra-curricular activities, that in a few years I’d be spending my days robbing people, getting high, and slowly killing myself, I would have told you to get your head checked. The truth is, I was in denial then. I had just been accepted to the college of my dreams and was set to graduate sixth in my high school class. But that didn’t stop me from partying.
The Thread: A Post-Virtual Community That Still Loves Email
A young black man named Michael Brown from Ferguson, Missouri was shot many times and killed by a police officer on August 9 of this year. Here is my response to the phenomenon of “riot shaming” – the policing of young black and brown bodies in the aftermath of police murder.
Wrestling is an extremely challenging sport. What many don't know is that the hardest part isn't necessarily actual combat, but making weight. “Making weight” refers to cutting down one or more weight classes from one’s already pressed natural weight. This gives the advantage of being above the weight class limit by the time a tournament begins. Matt Casciano did this a hundred times over ten years, and does not recommend it.
Five Minutes with the Creator of Critique My Dick Pic
Things to Do before the End of the Summer
Sometimes I abstained from alcohol by consuming other substances — a form of harm reduction. I’ve never been to an AA meeting or been inside a rehabilitation center; as a general rule, I don’t like authoritative prescriptions, whether they regard how I relate to intoxicants, how I look at my intimate relationships, or how to talk to the cats.
What Our August Contributors Are Eating, Reading, and Obsessing About
With Jupiter, Venus, Mercury, and the Sun all moving through Leo this month, we’ll have ample opportunities to dive a little deeper into questions about the self, including: What would we love to do, but are too embarrassed to pursue? Are there places in our hearts and minds that are unconquered by the logic of the marketplace? How do we combat cynicism?
In this issue, we take a look at the complexities of substance use. People talk a lot about how cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, and consumption habits kill us. What we talk about less is how these substances help us stay alive — even when they're toxic.