“Like many, I learned a lot in college. I learned that I didn’t like sociology and that it was pretty easy to finish a minor. I learned that I matter and that toxic people aren’t worth my time. And slowly over the course of those years, I learned that I was bi.”
“No one can see how PTSD makes you sick from the inside. It poisons the inside of your thoughts and obscures your connection to reality.”
In 2009, the author spent five days in a psych hospital in Westchester County. Ten years later, she wrote about it.
Nicole Zelniker wrote about her relationship with food and how it’s evolved through various mental and physical conditions.
Nicole Zelniker wrote for T.O.F.U. magazine about burnout, veganism and how the two are related.
The best piece of writing advice: just write.