BIO

Molly Guinn Bradley is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn, NY. She writes stories for Hardbound and a newsletter called brainball mainly full of anecdotes, poorly drawn cartoons, and playlists. Previously, she's written for The Toast, Splitsider, and other places around the web. Please tweet aggressively at her if you are interested in joining her aspirational Rilo Kiley cover band.
 
 

Molly Guinn Bradley's Articles

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NEDAwareness Week: Tips For Staying The Recovery Route When You’re Feeling Rough

It's National Eating Disorder Awareness week, which may provide support and things that help you — but awareness, in and of itself, can be tough.
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   03.1.18 12am   |   SHARE
I’m so glad I’m no longer letting myself be someone else’s collateral damage.

Bad Bosses: A Guide To Excusing Yourself From Abuse

I know myself to be a hard worker and a loyal one, but being a good employee doesn’t require you to sacrifice your sense of self or health, for a bad boss.
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   01.5.18 12am   |   SHARE
The main argument against having more open conversations about anorexia is that one person’s recovery memoir is another girl’s manual.

The Problem With Dismissing Anorexia Narratives

The main argument against having more open conversations about anorexia is that one person’s recovery memoir is another girl’s manual.
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   10.9.17 12am   |   SHARE
Eating disorder recovery isn’t magic — at least, not at first.

Traps To Avoid On The Road to Eating Disorder Recovery (All Of Which I Have Fallen Into)

Eating disorder recovery isn’t magic — at least, not at first. It’s so normal for your brain to try and justify adopting another rule-ridden lifestyle.
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   07.18.17 12am   |   SHARE
Take your time, treat yourself well, and most of all, don’t let the crappy parts stop you.

What No One Told Me About Eating Disorder Recovery (That Everyone Should Know)

I could tell you the story of the eating disorder itself, but there’s a lot of good reading out there about that. What I want to talk about is recovery.
Molly Guinn Bradley    |   04.5.17 12am   |   SHARE