"Ms. Cross has a knack for writing about topics that most of us don't even want to think about. Kudos to her for tackling these subjects in a humorous, thoughtful and insightful way."
-Goodreads reviewer, My Other Bag's a Prada
"Fantastic and practical advice. Actually answered quite a few questions I was going to ask my doctor at my pre surgery visit. And I just loved the part about naming your stoma."
-Amazon reviewer, My Other Bag's a Prada
"The writing in this book is not only funny but also optimistic in a mature and sarcastic way. However, that's not what makes this book great. What makes it great are the tips and bits of advice that you can get out of it to improve your day to day life in this situation."
-Goodreads reviewer, Unicorn Farts and Glitter
Over the last few months, I’ve noticed a decline in my mental health. I get angry more quickly, I cry at inappropriate times several times a day, and I increasingly have periods where I feel so profoundly sad that it’s hard to breathe. These symptoms are not new to me, but the frequency and intensity […]
I’ve been away from the blog for a long time. Months, to be exact. Do I have a good excuse? Not really. But I have a simple one: I needed a break. Over the last year or so, my life has gotten busier. A lot busier. I spun more and more plates, and eventually, I […]
I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s been there. The relief when I rush into a public bathroom, and it’s empty. When it’s not, the frantic can I hold it? I can hold it. I can’t hold it. The timing myself in unison to flushes, or coughing, or launching the hand-dryer and dashing into […]