Mom’s glamorous life rocked by Ambien addiction: ‘I was absolutely miserable’
One in 10 women take medication to fall or stay asleep, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Laura Cathcart Robbins, 58, was one of them when she became addicted to Ambien, the prescription sleep aid.Read article
For Many People of Color in a Post-George Floyd World, Many ‘Safe Spaces’ No Longer Were
Audibly, the sober space for alcoholics and addicts is rich with affinity. But visually, the sober space is alarmingly white.
Three Debut Memoirists Chart Paths of Chaos and Survival
Deborah D.E.E.P. Mouton’s “Black Chameleon,” Laura Cathcart Robbins’s “Stash” and Christine Barker’s “Third Girl From the Left” offer stories of perseverance and ultimate triumph.
The Best Memoirs of 2023 (So Far)
You guessed it…STASH…My Life in Hiding made the cut! The most touching, gripping, moving, and funny personal stories you need to read. With vacation season looming, here are a few ideas for your summer reading list. This year has been full of funny, fascinating, and evocative memoirs written by both household names and people just introducing themselves to the world.