So Sad Today
I’ve found that the less pressure I place on myself to love myself—at least the way the self-care industrial complex peddles that concept—the better I feel.
With a stranger, there are so many empty spaces we get to fill with our imagination, but as we get to know a person better, there are less blanks.
From August 2018 to August 2019, I am only saying yes to requests out of a creative interest, a financial need, or a genuine desire to be of service based on love and friendship.
If you don't think you're going to be comfortable with a polyamorous relationship, you probably won't.
Maybe death is not twisted and horrifying? What if it’s a full-time orgasmic bliss suspended in light?
The act of mourning is a very natural part of an ending—and sadness can be present even when an ending is totally right.
In this exclusive excerpt from Melissa Broder's highly anticipated debut novel, protagonist Lucy meets an eerily sexy swimmer.
The creator of the #DepressedWhileBlack Twitter account on the specific challenges she faces at the intersection of depression and blackness.
Advice from So Sad Today.
You can't always fix people.