Brittany Maynard Isn’t Brave, But These People Are

On November 1, 2014 Brittany Maynard ended her life with a lethal dose of medication prescribed to her by her doctor. She was suffering from an inoperable brain tumor, a stage 4 glioblastoma. She is being heralded as brave for making this choice, and for publicizing it weeks in advance. But she isn’t brave. Don’t misunderstand […]

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A Day in the Life of a British Epileptic

Today I had the privilege to interview one of my favorite Brits, James Prescott. We met about 18 months ago through a shared writing course, and quickly discovered we both have seizure disorders, both write about how to survive with our faith intact in a busted world, and both attend Vineyard churches. Since then, we […]

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A Day in the Life of Anxiety Arthritis and Writing

Meet Stephanie Fishman. A fellow writer, I actually met her through an unusual conversation where we talked (as strangers) about blog themes and preferences. From there, with the help of a few otters [long story], we have become friends. Stephanie is able to straddle the fiction and nonfiction world with her writing, for which I […]

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