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Sugar became a phenomenon, and soon she had an army of “sweet peas” clamoring to know her identity.

When Strayed finally decided to unmask herself in February of 2012, I helped throw her a coming-out party in New York at Housing Works Books.

The book is essential, recommended reading, but if you are eager to start your Sugar obsession now, all of Strayed’s Rumpus columns are still available online.

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A shocking number say they’re distraught to the point of thinking about suicide.

In fact, I'd been going about being single all wrong.

The television series Sex and the City protagonist Carrie Bradshaw was a sex columnist, which author Candace Bushnell modeled after herself in her original non-fiction book based on a column of the same name.

The show, which first aired in 1998, is credited with the increase of sex columnists found in college campus newspapers and blogs, Anka Radakovich was the first of a new breed of sex columnists for whom "every detail of the writer's psyche is splayed across the page ... Radakovich had written for the old Details magazine when it was a chronicle of downtown fashion and night life.

I recalled a time fifteen years ago, when I was sitting in a café with Mr. We’d only been lovers for a month, but we were already in deep, thick in the thrall of the you-tell-me-everything-and-I’ll-tell-you-everything-because-I-love-you-so-madly stage, and on this particular afternoon I was telling him the harrowing tale of how I’d gotten pregnant by a heroin addict the year before and how I’d felt so angry and sad and self-destructive over having an abortion that I’d intentionally sliced a shallow line in my arm with a knife, even though I’d never done that before. It’s you and me standing naked before our lovers, even if it makes us feel kind of squirmy in a bad way when we do. Write Like a Motherfucker (writing advice to a woman who thinks she "writes like a girl") “How many women wrote beautiful novels and stories and poems and essays and plays and scripts and songs in spite of all the crap they endured.

How many of them didn’t collapse in a heap of 'I could have been better than this' and instead went right ahead and became better than anyone would have predicted or allowed them to be. The unifying theme is being a warrior and a motherfucker.

Don’t hold it up and say it’s longer than you like your coats to be and too puffy and possibly even too warm. We’ll only know that whatever that sister life was, it was important and beautiful and not ours. There’s nothing to do but salute it from the shore.” 3.

We Are All Savages Inside (on insatiable jealousy)“Awful Jealous Person, there is hope for you. Most of the people who didn’t give up realized that in order to thrive they had to dismantle the ugly jealous god in their heads so they could instead serve something greater: their own work.” 4.

The last words that Reese Witherspoon utters in Wild come directly from Cheryl Strayed’s memoir (no spoilers, but trust us: You may tear up when you hear them) and will certainly send many people rushing out of the theater to buy a copy of the book.

Wild — both iterations — is about many things (nature, infidelity, forgiveness, grief, heroin, finding properly fitting hiking boots), but among them, it is a love letter to words: the words Strayed’s mother said to her before she died, the words in the books Strayed carried with her on her 1,000-mile trek across the Pacific Crest Trail, and the words she finally allowed herself to believe in order to move on with her life and find peace.

The Bad Things You Did (on finding redemption after doing wrong) “Years after I stopped stealing things I was sitting alone by a river.

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