An anecdote the author calls to mind any time she’s “feeling too scared to try something new.”
Curiosity leads to deep self-exploration and new thoughts on sexuality, friendships, and being unique.
In the form of a letter, the writer explores and questions the way he responded and reacted to a fatal accident.
At thirteen, this girl wanted to be wanted. When she says no to sex, she learns she does not yet want herself.
His friends deem him cynical and pessimistic, but he admits his ability to be sentimental in telling of his relationship with a local homeless man.
A speech therapy lesson teaches us a lesson more important than how to speak fluidly.
An authentic reaction to political things—perhaps including high school football—usually falls somewhere in the vast gray area between love and hate.
Curiosity leads to nonexplainable and sometimes devastating ends.
Sometimes a few years can give us a vastly new perspective.
A reflective personal narrative on knowing place and time are right.