Being a teenager is uncomfortable, desperate, and terrifying

Being a teenager is uncomfortable, desperate, and terrifying

Being a teenager is uncomfortable, desperate, and terrifying under the best circumstances; only much later can we look back and see the humor and magic of our most awkward years. The same is true of out-grown religion. We need space and time to integrate, recover, and laugh at the absurdity of it all. Carly Gelsinger does this with wisdom and candor: by exploring her past, she gives us permission to journey within our own.

— Reba Riley, author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome

Carly Gelsinger, author
2018-04-14T02:55:03+00:00

— Reba Riley, author of Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome

Being a teenager is uncomfortable, desperate, and terrifying under the best circumstances; only much later can we look back and see the humor and magic of our most awkward years. The same is true of out-grown religion. We need space and time to integrate, recover, and laugh at the absurdity of it all. Carly Gelsinger does this with wisdom and candor: by exploring her past, she gives us permission to journey within our own.