Monthly Archives: April 2016

It Was Me All Along, by Andie Mitchell

(Posted in shorter form over at Goodreads) Mitchell’s book raises several interesting questions around the issues of weight and self-realization. What motivates someone who is at an unhealthy weight to make the lifestyle changes they can stick to? When someone … Continue reading

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Hannah, Delivered by Elizabeth Jarrett Andrew

Hannah, Delivered is a lyric exploration of the challenges of birthing: the birth of a child that makes a woman a mother, and the birth of the self that makes a woman an integrated, fully-realized adult. Hannah finds the second … Continue reading

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