BetsyG figured out the key to her existence while pondering her left-leggedness during her run.
Posts in “Mind and body”
Guest columnist Ima Hurting tells about her “Brazilian adventure”–her quest to avoid bikini-line maintenance–in this brilliant humor essay.
BetsyG talks about two distressing signs of aging and why running makes her feel better about it. She also shows off her Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) skills.
BetsyG looks back at her high school days as a non-athlete and why those memories contribute to her love of running today.
Like David Foster Wallace, I suffered with depression for a long time. I finally found a drug that helped…for more than just depression.
Here’s an update on my son Matthew’s medical condition.
I’ve written a post on my experience with Wellbutrin but was afraid to post it. Where’s the win? What could I lose? In this post, I reflect on the possible ramifications of talking about my depression.
My son is having an echocardiogram this week and I am feeling anxious. Sometimes it’s harder than others to be a mom of a child with a chronic illness. This week is one of those times.
I’m profoundly sad that David Foster Wallace commited suicide. In this article, I reflect on my experience reading his work and ponder the unanswerable “whys.”
Chris and I had been friends since college. When he asked me recently to help him hang his photography exhibit, I thought it would be drudgery. But it turned out to be a stimulating and positive experience, and also stimulated me to write this piece that gives a glimpse into our friendship.