Discussion of news topics with a point of view, including narratives by individuals regarding their own experiences

The first time I tried virtual reality was so cathartic.

I avoided VR for a long time because of how silly people look while playing, but once I put on the headset I didn’t care what my body looked like.

Recognizing myself as just a consciousness and not feeling tethered to any anatomy was so freeing.

I stumbled upon Facebook’s mortality settings — and realized I had an important decision to make

I was confronted with the mortality of my body and the immortality of the self I leave on social media

Meet Worrier Girl: A superhero defined by impostor syndrome

Marvel at her ability to feel like a fraud at absolutely everything she does

A chronic illness upended my life. I’m still trying to find a new normal.

Should I talk about my diagnosis on a first date? Tell my friends if I’m feeling particularly awful?