Favorites of 2012: Nonfiction

58.5 of the books I read in 2012 were nonfiction: 34 general nonfiction, 15 memoirs, and 7 essay collections (the 0.5 comes from an anthology that was a mix of fiction and nonfiction). That’s 1.5 more nonfiction books than I read last year. 2012 was also pretty awesome because this blog was a finalist inContinue reading “Favorites of 2012: Nonfiction”

Coming of Age of Zoloft

People dealing with depression who came of age in the 1990s had a vastly different experience than any other generation before. In a lot of ways, antidepressants brought about positive effects in society: they’ve lifted the veil of shame and secrecy surrounding depression and brought it into the open. The onslaught of antidepressant commercials broughtContinue reading “Coming of Age of Zoloft”