Nadia Bokody is a journalist and the global editor of SHESAID. She has an unhealthy obsession with men in glasses and an opinion on just about everything.

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The impact a crappy boss can have on our work lives can not be overstated.

7 Ways To Deal With A Horrible Boss

Intrigued? Here’s how to take the reigns back from your own horrible boss and love your job again.
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   01.9.19 12am   |   SHARE
I knew what I was doing was wrong. But that wasn’t what scared me.

I Had An Affair With A Married Man And I Don't Regret It

I knew Mark was married, I knew we shouldn’t have been alone together in his office, but I wanted to know what the kind of desire he spoke of having for me.
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   05.30.18 12am   |   SHARE
The fact is I don’t have time. I’m overwhelmed, and I’m way behind on my work.

Nine-to-Five Work Culture Is Killing Our Will To Give A Damn

Work culture: What’s missing in the modern workweek equation?
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   04.11.18 12am   |   SHARE
Inside the women’s restroom, it’s okay not to have it all together

All My Darkest Secrets Are Hidden In The Office Restroom

The modern office bathroom has become a place for things to be said and done that would never be uttered beyond its walls.
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   04.6.18 12am   |   SHARE
Bipolar disorder is one of the most devastating mental health conditions a person can endure. Image: Nadia Stennett.

I'm Getting Tested For Bipolar Disorder This Week

It wasn’t until I hit my twenties that I ever remember hearing anyone discuss the topic of mental illness like it was an actual thing you could take yourself to the doctor for.
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   04.18.16 12am   |   SHARE
We’re all familiar with the anti-rape catchphrase of the modern era, that ‘No means no’, but far less resolute when it comes to the topic of coercion. Image: Zach Guinta/Unsplash.

When 'Yes' Means 'No': How I Let My Boyfriend Rape Me

The more he pressured and guilted me, the more distant I felt from him, and the less I felt like becoming sexually aroused was even a faint possibility.
Nadia Bokody of SHESAID    |   04.15.16 12am   |   SHARE