Views My Own
Being Raised by Two Narcissists Taught Me How to Deal with Trump
Two years in, some people are still expecting one of his scandals to bring him down. I know better.
What Do You Do When You Think You Have a Murderer in the Family?
I've come to believe that my grandmother literally poisoned those around her.
I Went Through All of My Old Tweets and Was Horrified by What I Found
Deleting my tweets one at a time was an education in self-loathing and shame—and 100-percent worth it.
The Things I Can’t Ask My Mother
A story of love, addiction, gay marriage, and forgiveness.
Views My Own
I've Helped Separate Kids from Parents in Court, So I Know How Awful It Is
The job was among the hardest things I’ve ever had to do.
Issac J. Bailey
My Awful, Profitable 18 Months as a Trump-Obsessed Journalist
Has Donald Trump becoming president been bad for the world but good for my career?
I Bought a Condo and It Ruined My Life
Nearly a decade after the collapse of the housing bubble, I'm still feeling the consequences.
Fear, Flooding, Harvey, and Me
How I learned to be afraid of the rain.
Michael Patrick Welch
What My Father the Pathological Liar Taught Me About Trump
Life under the new president has been unsettling, but also strangely familiar.