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Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies by Tabatha Southey
2017-10-03

Collected Tarts and Other Indelicacies by Tabatha Southey

After 13 years of training to be a psychotherapist, I graduated in May. The first book, for pleasure and not academia, I found my way to was Collected Tarts & Other Indelicacies by the great Tabatha Southey. Yes, that Tabatha Southey – one of our nations’ moral compasses, our quintessential Canadian snark-meister, and feminist-voice-of-reason in dark-alt-right times. Collected Tarts is an escape back into the tribe you know you belong to. Some of these 101 essays (articles written from 1999-to now) will be familiar to you because it is likely that you have sipped a Saturday-Joe pouring over a national paper reading Tabatha Southey’s column. This is a book for the wounded healers and also the worried-well -- for the clinician but also a book that can be recommended to clients. In these unsettling gas-lighting times, Tabatha Southey is not just entertaining, she is good-medicine for the heart and the mind. Reading this book, in of itself, is an act of self-care.  

by: Vicki

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