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How Stuff Works/ Gently Discussing the Swedish Death Clean With Loved Ones
May 24, 2019

How Stuff Works/ Gently Discussing the Swedish Death Clean With Loved Ones

The Expositor/ When Kindness Rocks Your World
May 24, 2019

The Expositor/ When Kindness Rocks Your World

Events

Depression Hates a Moving Target - Reading and Q&A
May 28, 2019 2:00 PM

Depression Hates a Moving Target - Reading and Q&A

Join author Nita Sweeney at the Upper Arlington Senior Center "Current Events" program where she will discuss her memoir, Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running with My Dog Brought Me Back from the Brink.

 

At 49, a chronically depressed and grief-stricken Nita Sweeney saw a social media post from a high school friend about running. Intrigued, Sweeney leashed up her yellow Labrador retriever, laced up her running shoes, picked up a digital kitchen timer, and set out to run for sixty-second intervals. Depression Hates a Moving Target chronicles Sweeney’s couch to marathon story and her experience using exercise to manage anxiety, depression, and mania. Nita also publishes Write Now Newsletter and the blog, Bum Glue. Join her for a reading and Q&A about writing, running, and mental health.

Author Event with Nita Sweeney - Book Talk & Reading
May 30, 2019 7:30 PM

Author Event with Nita Sweeney - Book Talk & Reading

Nita Sweeney comes to Prologue Bookshop to discuss her new book Depression Hates a Moving Target. 

 

Having run an incredible, three full marathons, twenty-six half marathons (in eighteen different states), and more than sixty shorter races, Nita knows better than anyone that it takes a great deal of effort and perseverance to beat depression. And she knows you can do it too.

Please join us in the bookshop for a reading and a meet and greet with the author on May 30th at 7pm. 

 

There is limited seating for this event, so come early if you want to be sure to get a seat. 

 

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