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Charlotte Lieberman

Charlotte Lieberman

Charlotte Lieberman is a Brooklyn-based writer whose work often concerns feminism, the commodification of wellness, meditation, and mental health. You can read her prose in Cosmopolitan, The Harvard Business Review, Marie Claire, BOMB, Teen Vogue, and Guernica, and her poetry in The Boston Review, The Colorado Review, and Nat.Brut.

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Don’t Buy Into the Authenticity Scam

We choose products and services partially based on how they make us feel, on meanings we derive from our choices.
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Why Clean Eating Can’t Save Your Soul

If hunger is moral purity, self-care a purchasable commodity, and wellness a stand-in for thinness, what does health really mean?