Self-Help/Mental Health

YA Lit for Mental Health

Being a teenager is tough for everyone. The already confusing time can become more overwhelming if you begin developing thoughts or feelings that don’t seem quite […]

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In Small Cups

Celia is a young widow who bought a Brooklyn apartment house when her much loved husband died. She has hand picked her tenants for their […]

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Mental Mothers

Midway through Chanel Bonfire, author Wendy Lawless’ mother quips, “My doctor thinks that it’s because of you girls that I drink.”  Substitute take pills, sleep all day, […]

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Best Webzine Ever

If you don’t already know, the most rad site out there for teens (mostly teen girls, but the content is relevant for guys, too) is Rookie Mag. […]

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