Reviews

Frankie and Alice | Movie Review

Frankie and Alice is based on a true story about a stripper with Dissociative Identity Disorder in the 1970’s. It opens with Frankie (Halle Barry) in the strip club covered in men watching her cage dance. She heads back to the change room,...

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Ingrid Goes West | Movie Review

The movie Ingrid Goes West was praised as unanimously funny, but the narrative on mental illness was met with extremely mixed reviews, so I found it necessary to check it out for myself. The main character Ingrid Thorburn (Aubrey Plaza) suffers...

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The Sun and Her Flowers by Rupi Kaur | Review

The Sun and Her Flowers shook me to the Kaur. New York Times best seller Rupi Kaur has written yet another beautiful collection of poetry. The Sun and Her Flowers is a journey of emotions divided into 5 chapters aptly named wilting, falling,...

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Why We Need To Practice Emotional First Aid: Review

After a full week emotional breakdown, I found myself searching for mental health tools online. THANK GOD I found Guy Winch’s epic Ted Talk. It’s called “Why We Need To Practice Emotional First Aid.” And it was like heaven opened up and...

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Start With Why by Simon Sinek: Book Review

The first time I heard of the book Start with Why was in eCommerce class in University. We watched Simon Sinek’s ‘Ted Talk’ (with over 34 Million views)- and it was so intriguing that I needed to know more. Simon’s mantra, in a...

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People Watching: TV Review

The other day I was sitting at home and procrastinating from doing any work on this website when I got a text from my colleague and fellow writer here, Laurel Leaside. She told me that I had to watch a Web Tv Series called People Watching and that...

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Welcome to Me: Movie Review

‘Welcome to Me’ is movie from heaven as it depicts the main character as having Borderline Personality Disorder without making them a serial killer. Small wins! The main character Alice (Kristen Wiig) has a highly unstable and...

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The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene: Book Review

I haven’t written a negative review yet, I’ve only chosen not to review those books. I like to promote positivity, but today that changes. Lately, I’ve been feeling that I’ve been losing my power. Other people’s feelings and emotions have been...

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To The Bone | Movie Review

To The Bone is based on the real-life experiences of the writer and director Marti Noxon. It stars Ellen (Lily Collins), a 20-year-old artist, who is only a few missed calories away from being on a feeding tube. She became infamous on Tumblr for...

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho | Book Review

After hearing Will Smith and Anthony Robbins rave about this book, I knew I had to check it out. I try to take advice from successful people, so I went to do some research on The Alchemist. I found out that “The Alchemist” is the most translated...

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck | Book Review

There are only so many fucks to give in your life (as we’ll all die) so spend them wisely. That’s the corner stone of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson and here’s my in depth review with a language warning. There...

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Allen Carr’s Easy Way to Stop Smoking | Book Review

Oh! Allen Carr’s Easy Way To Stop Smoking! This book has a special place in my heart, as I had a lot of emotional attachments to smoking. I was a pack-a-day ritualistic smoker and for many reasons. I would bond with my Grandparents, who I...

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The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Brian Cullinan

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The Narcissist Combat Handbook | Introduction

It was a mild July day in the year of 1978 as my pregnant mother was about to pop me out in the back of a yellow taxi cab, all by her lonesome. I was about to be her third child but the first to nearly be born amongst the sweet scent of pine tree...

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