What I’m Reading: Teens and Drugs

I recently finished listening to the audio book version of Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug company that Addicted America. I’m not okay. Dopesick wasn’t my first non-fiction book on drug addiction. It must’ve begun with James Frey’s pseudo-memoir A Million Little Pieces back in 2004. Then a few years later I absorbed Nick Reding’s … More What I’m Reading: Teens and Drugs

What I’m Reading: People’s Perceptions of Teenagers

I wrote yesterday about parents who let others decide if their children are too old to go trick or treating. And that riled me up and got me thinking about recent posts on my community’s Facebook page, and people’s perceptions of teenagers. Allow me to set the scene: We’re a mere two months into the … More What I’m Reading: People’s Perceptions of Teenagers