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‘I’m Not The Lone Wolf’

Originally published 09.13.2016. Re-posted to celebrate: this story was just shortlisted for the 2017 Livingston Award for National Reporting, recognizing the best work by writers and journalists under 35.  A million thanks, all over again, to Urban and Shelley for opening up.  Chasing Ambien with beer to sleep. Forty-pound weight loss. Chest pains. To stay...
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You’re Not the Lone Wolf, Part 3

  Hi again. You doing well this week? Hope so. I’m good. Here is Part 3 of the You’re Not the Lone Wolf series, a collection of notes and emails people have sent me after reading my Urban Meyer story for B/R Mag at Bleacher Report, “I’m Not the Lone Wolf.” James says: Thank you...
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You’re Not The Lone Wolf, Part 2

Hi again, everyone. How are you? I am well. Last week, I posted “You’re Not the Lone Wolf, Part 1,” sharing notes from people happy to hear Urban Meyer say he’s not the lone wolf when it comes to mental health problems, because that showed them that they are not lone wolves, either. So let’s jump right...
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How To Fall Down A Mountain — My Snowboarding Essay at Medium

My silly essay about how to snowboard, which was scary for me to write, which is fitting, because it's also an allegory about fear.
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On Philip Seymour Hoffman

A tribute. And an exploration of one of the biggest risks we'll take in our lives.
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